Gravel Grit LAguna

Routes & Prices

Weekend pass – NEW for 2019

Turn your one-day adventure into an epic weekend away.

The brand new weekend pass gives you more time on the bike, more entertainment and a whole lot more fun. A weekend away in the bush with bikes might just be what the doctor ordered? As well as your Sunday ride pass, you’ll get some special additions so you’re buzzing all weekend.

  • Overnight camping (BYO gear) on Saturday*
  • Car parking
  • Dinner at the Great Northern Trading Post
  • BBQ breakfast
  • Sunday ride pass

*Tent hire can be booked separately ($50 per tent – sleeps two people)

Gravel Grit weekend pass

Ride options

Gravel Grit Laguna 2019 features two rocky routes and you can choose your adventure on the day.

The low road

low road
Distance: 67km | Elevation: 659m

The low road is the perfect introduction into gravel riding. It starts with a solid climb into the state forest, winds through the pristine tree-lined track and finishes with stunning farm land views and a 20km descent back to the finish in Laguna. 

Tip: tackle the ride with at least 28mm tyres on your bike for the most comfort.

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The high road

Distance: 76km | Elevation: 839m

If you’re looking for a little extra adventure, the high road is for you. It travels the low road ride, with an additional 10km loop incorporating technical riding, two collapsed bridges, some laughs, tears and a whole lot of fun. 

After rejoining the main route and tackling the ‘Rocky Horror descent’, you’ll have 20kms of pure gravel heaven to enjoy on your ride back to the finish line in Laguna.

Tip: ride a CX bike, gravel bike with at least 32mm tyres or a mountain bike.

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high road

Route map

2019 prices

Two distances, one price and a helluva good time!

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