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The race explores Locust Hill Farm and Preserve, a historic farm, on privately-owned gravel roads that run along the Robinson River, pass serene creeks and ponds, weave through open fields, and cross wooded forest trails. This area is truly a gravel enthusiast’s dream as well as a beautiful wildlife haven.
The DKGR course is 100% unpaved with the majority of the terrain being secluded gravel farm roads, as well as some dirt/grass double-track sections. The roads vary from smooth, groomed sections to rough, choppy, bumpy areas with the possibility of some mud if there is rain. DKGR 3.0 is a two day event. The 80 and 60 mile races will take place on Saturday July 24th. The 20 and 40 mile races will take place on Sunday July 25th. Each distance will have a separate starting field with details TBA.
Off-site camping available for both Friday & Saturday @ Freedom Fields Farm ($20/person). Single, double, group (4 max) camping options available - 50 singles, 30 doubles, 20 groups
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"I pirate peddled and wobbled to the Kitten Crusher where they gave me BEER and Pringles! Heaven it was. Gave me wings to finish".
“The four building blocks of the universe are fire, water, gravel and vinyl.”
“There's always going to be a certain percentage that want a race to be ‘easier’ (toward the end of lap 2, I was one of those people, then I got over it after the first climb on lap 3 and started having fun again)...but there's plenty of races like that already. DKGR should be a race that challenges EVERYTHING!”
“I was broken after the first lap but I kept going and discovered a lot within myself I didn't know I had. Sure I would have enjoyed an easier faster course but that takes away from what this was. It was an honor to compete and finish here. This was an experience that I will never forget and taught me things about myself I didn't know. I'm not afraid to ride anything after this weekend. I am so motivated to come back stronger next year and crush the meowntains”