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Eryri Gravel Epic

LA26 0AF

Llanrwst, UK

Sat 24th June 2023

Starting at 08:00

2 races


Organiser's Description

Snowdonia, or Eryri as it is now known, needs no introduction. Seen as one of the UK’s true adventure hotspots this ride makes the most of this beautiful National Park.

There are tough & long gravel climbs galore (5 on the long route) but the views over the tree topped plateaus are as epic as it gets.

The Eryri Gravel Epic is perfect for off road climbers and anyone with a sense of adventure looking to escape into parts of untouched Britain for an unforgettable day on the gravel.

Ride through hidden sections of Wales’ most visited national Park
Tackle epic hills including some of the longest gravel climbs to soak up the views on hidden plateaus
Complete our hardest ride in Wales and one of the hilliest in our calander


  • Long Route

    Sat 24th June 2023


  • Medium Route

    Sat 24th June 2023




  • Long Route

    Sat 24th June 2023


  • Medium Route

    Sat 24th June 2023



Course Details

Long Route
Setting off from near to Llanwrst a flat valley road is the ideal way to warm up before the climbing commences.

Steep gravel climbs, hill top plateaus and epic descents characterise this ride. After a short flat start, the ride hits it’s first major climb (4.7km at 5.8% with some steep bits) and then we are into the hills for the next 60km. There are 5 off road climbs in total to get over, the toughest is 4.2km at 7.2% but all on well maintained, fast rolling gravel.

The long route takes in 3 distinct forests in the area each with their own character so despite the challenging terrain there is so much to see in all directions to keep the mind busy on the long climbs. The final 10km is the easiest with a fast descent and flat section before finishing with a cold beer.
Percentage of Route Off Road: 50%
Difficulty: 4.5/5

Medium Route
The medium route mirrors the long route at the begining of the ride however cuts off the hilliest 20km around Penmachno before rejoining the long route. Dont be fooled into thinking this route isnt just as tough but there are plenty of views to stop and soak up on the way.
Percentage of Route Off Road: 75%
Difficulty: 3.5/5

What's Included

Fully Signed Route

Our team work tirelessly to create the best gravel routes in the UK. All courses are fully signed so you can just enjoy the ride.

Checkpoints with Proper Food

An epic ride deserves proper support. We have tea, coffee and cake at the first feed and sandwiches & crisps at the main feed. Checkpoints are approx every 30 - 35km

Accurate GPX Files

A few days before the ride, we will send GPX files for all of the route options so you can follow the course on your GPS as well as the signs.

Mechanics Available

At the rider village & at selected feed stops we have mechanics available to help with any bike issues. We also have spare inner tubes, CO2 & more .

Rider Support Vans

We are here to make sure you have a great day on the gravel. If you have any major mechanicals or need collecting, support vehicles are a phone call away.

Beer at Finish Line

You will be greeted at the finish line with a beer & food available from our food truck. Perfect to chat about your day with fellow riders


22nd June : GPX files and pre ride briefing video sent by email to each rider.

24th June – 7.45am: Ride village in Llanwrst opens. Collecting your ride number takes approx 10 mins.

24th June – 8am to 9.30am: Ride start. We will give you a short ride briefing and set you off in small groups.

24th June – 6pm: Rider village closes

24th June – 7pm: Link to ride times & rider photos sent to each participant by email.


Where does the ride start / finish?
The ride starts and finishes in Llanwrst. There is free parking onsite as well as toilets & refreshments. We will send the ride village address by email.

Are E Bikes Allowed?
Yes, e-bikes are allowed on all Glorious Gravel ride. These must comply with UK law.

What Happens if I have a mechanical / accident?
We have first aiders & mechanics at the feed stops. There will be a phone number on the back of your ride number – call this if you need collecting.

Can I Start with my friends?
Yes, we start between 8am and 9.30am and set people off in small groups so the off road sections are not too busy. Please come to the start line with anyone you want to ride with, we will give a short ride briefing and set you off.


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