GRAVELISTA High Country is back in iconic Beechworth for its second year this 27-29 October 2023. Whether you’re rolling with friends or racing to win, the Trek UCI Gravel World Series event will have something for gravel enthusiasts of all ages and levels.
Take on the challenging 120km or 80km course, cruise with friends on the 40km course, race family on the 10km Mini Gravelista ride, and soak up the cycling atmosphere in the event village with live music, a pump track, food, drinks and more across three big days.
GRAVELISTA High Country is the Asia-Pacific region’s first opportunity for riders to qualify for the 2024 UCI Gravel World Championships in Flemish Brabant (Belgium). In it for the good times? All courses offer a recreational ride category and start time.
120km – Starting and finishing in the heart of Beechworth, this course is the ultimate gravel challenge. Race over 85% gravel roads through picturesque landscapes and the Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park. Elevation ranges from 180m above sea level right up to 837m. The course counts as the World Championships 2024 qualifier distance for Men & Women (19-59).
80km – Feel the burn on the 80km course as you grind on rolling, wide open gravel roads. Skipping the 25km loop in the Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park, this courses offers all the fun and challenge of the 120km over a slightly shorter distance. The course counts as the World Championships 2024 qualifier distance for Men & Women (60+).
40km – Less grind with all the fun. Have a great day out on the 40km course with family and friends as you race or cruise on Beechworth’s famous gravel roads.
10km – The 10km MINI GRAVELISTA is the perfect introduction to gravel and is open to all ages and levels. Race families and friends on smooth gravel for bragging rights and good times.
Enter Now for Early Bird Pricing
Grab your mates, jump on your bike and join Gravelista High Country to celebrate all things gravel riding at the Trek UCI Gravel World Series event. Get in quick, early bird pricing ends at 11:59pm on Sunday 3 September 2023.
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