Specialized Demo Day!
Come on out to Cosmo Park on Friday, May 24 and demo mountain and gravel bikes alllll day long. Stop by between 2pm and 8pm to ride bikes! Demo will be held back by the skatepark.
Bikes at the demo:
Wear clothes you would normally ride in.
Platform and SPD pedals are available to ride on.
Bring a helmet, ID, and credit card to demo bikes.
The Hairy Hundred is the epitome of gravel riding in Boone County, Missouri. For the second year in a row the event will start and finish at Katfish Katy’s just Southwest of Columbia. From there the course will loop through 100 miles of some of our finest gravel roads. Before finishing with a "Roubaix finish" around a short gravel circuit, complete with a bell lap. It won’t be easy – it will be fun – probably…
Come join us. This gravel ride leaves from CycleX Sunday morning at 8:00. There are drop and no-drop groups, so all fitness levels are welcome. We explore some of the less traveled roads outside the City limits. This typically is a moderately paced 25 or so mile ride with some hills. E-bikes are welcome - and a demo one can be borrowed by reservation.
Whether you are a seasoned gravelleur, training for the Hairy100 or just looking to give this whole gravel fad a try, El Chupacabra Grondo is here for you.
Starting with a neutral rollout from Bur Oak Brewery, this course will take you through the open, rolling Naarth Gravel of Boone, Callaway and Audrain County. After a quick stop in Mexico, MO, you'll roll back towards CoMO and finish at the classic Froze Toes finish line on I-70 Drive NE. A neutral finish takes you over the interstate and back to Bur Oak Brewery, where you will be greeted by high-fives, a cold brew (21+) and a fiesta.
The ride is completely self-supported; however, we will have a SAG wagon patrolling the course. You will be responsible for knowing and/or navigating the course yourself. Due to the nature of gravel roads in the Spring, there will be very little (if any) course markings. In Mexico, MO (approximately halfway) there will be an aid station with provisions. You are welcome to stop or keep riding.
Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo, 2019 with us!
This is a brand new venue for what was previously the "Broemmelsiek Challenge". A UFD Series race with proceeds going to National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA).
This new race features fast, hard-packed, singletrack through woodlands, prairies and creek crossings. The children’s race is a separate, shorter loop with a few challenges. Categories include Kids, Cat 1, Cat 2, Cat 3, Pro, Marathon and Junior. Cost is from $15-$30, depending on category, and is open to ages 2 and up.
Come join us. This road ride leave from CycleX every Sunday morning at 8:00. There are drop and no-drop groups, so all fitness levels are welcome. We explore some of the less traveled roads outside the City limits. This typically is a moderately paced 25 or so mile ride with some hills. E-bikes are welcome - and a demo one can be borrowed by reservation.
A 10.5 mile loop with a mixture of flowing single track and double track punctuated with rock formations and natural springs host the 11th annual Lost Valley Luau. While the gravel double-track sections are fairly flat, the single track sections serve up flowing serpentine goodness with high-speed descent and stunning views of the Valley. Trail surfaces vary from dirt to rock throughout the trail and drains very well except in the flats of the lower creek bottom.
Saturday Morning: Racer's will test themselves on the Wildwood Centaur Time Trial course- a local favorite stretch of road. Please pre-register! There is no Race Day Registration for the Time Trial. (There is race day registration for both criteriums).
Saturday Late Mornings and Afternoon: Racers will test themselves on the scenic and rolling Carondelicious Criterium.
Sunday: Racers will duel it out on the flat n' fast Mike Murray Classic Criterium in Forest Park. The only bicycle race in the City's premier park. Please note NEW Start Location/Parking
The Omnium: Racers participating in the Omnium must compete in all three events. Omnium categories are: Women 3/4, Men 4, Men 3, Men Pro 1/2, Women Open, Men Masters 50+ (Cat 1-4), and Men Masters 40+ (Cat 1-4). Men Cat 4/5 and Juniors are not competing for overall omnium prizes. Points will be awarded per the USAC Omnium table posted in our official flyer.
Come out for the Frozen Waffle Road Race. This is a great opportunity to give racing a try, test your fitness, or to hone your skills! The course is challenging and fun, and a good test for any rider!
Registration: Online via USA Cycling or Day of the race on site, 9:30 am. Registration closes 15 minutes before the start of each race. USA Cycling license required, one day licenses will be available both online and on-site.
Course: Course is an 11 mile clockwise loop of rolling hills around Fellow’s Lake, just North of Springfield MO. Course will be open to traffic and the yellow line rule will apply. Pavement is in good condition. Aero Bars are not permitted. Helmets must be worn at all times.
True/False offers a heightened four-day weekend of creative placemaking in which filmmakers, artists, musicians and others remake the mid-sized college town of Columbia, Missouri (our hometown) into a one-of-a-kind utopia. The transformative, rambunctious, ecstatic experience of T/F creates a cathartic journey that forces participants to do nothing less than to re-imagine reality.
Rocheport Roubaix gravel grinder is a gravel cycling race in Rocheport, MO and features 70, 50 and 20 mile distance options. The race will take you through the picturesque views of the Missouri River and rolling hills of the Missouri country side. Race date is February 23rd. If poor weather on the 23rd, the cancelation date will be Feb. 24th
The entire event will be chip timed with fully stocked aid stations and course support. Veteran gravel grinders as well as those just getting into the sport will find this event challenging and fun. The overall and top 3 winners of each division will receive custom Rocheport Roubaix awards.