2020 Route

Photos

We had some fantastic memories the first year. You can see a few photos below, but the rest of them are in our shared photo album.

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Results

For the first year of the Glenwood Gravel we had 87 riders on a beautiful September day. Although it was really only a ride with no placing, we did try to time the event. We didn't do a perfect job, but you can see the numbers we have here.

Official results on BikeReg

We've posted "official times" to the BikeReg results page. We hope these will be a good source of reference for future rides and races.

Unofficial 2020 Glenwood Gravel Results

Route Description

The 2020 route is "Dirty"! That means the skis are clear and the roads are dry enough for exploring without risking serious damage. Below you'll find links to download the route to a GPS device, a cue sheet, a preview of the route.

Types of roads

The route traverses a number of road surfaces, namely gravel, paved, and dirt (i.e. no added rock or limestone.) Road surfaces are marked on the map below with the following colors:

  • Red = Gravel

  • Blue = Dirt

  • Green = Pavement

Road Signs

The route is marked with road signs that include an arrow and the Glenwood Gravel logo. Road signs are provided as a convenience and should not be referenced solely. Please defer to GPS and Cue Sheet information at all times. Road signs can be damaged, lost or moved during the course of the route. When in doubt, use the Cue Sheets or GPX files to navigate the route.


Strava Segments

Strava is fun... right? So, there are a few important Strava segments for this year. First off is the entire ride. The next is Quigg Ave. Many folks talked about Quigg Ave., so it's probably good to look at how people did on it and maybe set a goal for next year. There's a good chance Quigg will show up on future rides and races as well.