British Columbia Events

Jeremy's Roubaix - 4/7/24

  • Pitt Meadows, BC
  • Distances: 30, 60, 50, 80, 100km
  • Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
  • A BC classic celebrating 14 years of local cycling history, the scenic farm roads and dykes of Pitt Meadows become a battlefield featuring some of the province’s top athletes in this Paris-Roubaix tribute.
  • A long standing B.C. spring classic modeled after the French Monument held on the same weekend, Jeremy’s Roubaix is celebrating it’s 15th edition in 2018. While it’s changed it’s name over the years, it’s always been held on the dykes and farm roads of Pitt Meadows. Like the original version, racing at Jeremy’s is fast paced and can leave riders caked in a thick layer of mud. Everyone’s definition of gravel racing is different, and Jeremy’s is solidly on the road racing edge of the gravel spectrum.

Cowichan Crusher Gravel Fondo - 5/5/24

  • Distances: 55, 110 kms
  • Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
  • Limited to: 300 Participants
  • The COWICHAN CRUSHER GRAVEL FONDO, the First and OIdest Gravel Fondo on Vancouver Island

Burnt Bridge Classic Gravel Fondo - 5/18-19/24

  • Distances: 35, 75, 120 km
  • Limited to: 500 Participants
  • The Cowichan Valley Regional District is the host region for one of the most challenging gravel cycling events in BC. Hundreds of participants will take to the exclusive gravel roads of the Cowichan Valley

TheBluMoose Gravel - 6/8/24

  • Golden, BC
  • Distances: 100, 200, 200km
  • Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
  • A gravel ride departing from the KHMR Plaza and travelling along the West Bench of the Columbia Valley. Participants can choose the 100km Parson Route, the 200km Brisco Route and new for 2021, the 300km Radium Route. All routes will start and finish at the KHMR Plaza and finish at Winston Bar & Bistro located at the base of KHMR. Ride the stunning routes through the wilderness of southern British Columbia which provide spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains, the Purcell Mountains and the Columbia Valley Wetlands. Be part of this epic journey. Click on the Gallery Tab to view photos from the 2019 event. Registration for this event will be limited to 200 riders.

Applewood Valley Gran Fondo - 6/9/24

  • Fort Langley, BC
  • e-Bike friendly
  • A fully supported ride in the beautiful, scenic Fraser Valley
  • Event Swag includes custom branded gear, goodies and finishers medals
  • 4 Routes: 120km, 85km, 50km, 20km

XFONDO Whistler - 6/15/24

  • Whistler, BC
  • Distances: 50 km
  • Difficulty: Gently rolling terrain with one or two short hills
  • XFondo will push you, but it won't hurt you. You'll get dirty, but not bloody. You'll pant, curse, and scream but finish with a shit eating grin that would worry your mother. Then you drink beer.
  • XFondo is not an exclusive gravel cycling event. Rather, it's an adventure on all the terrain a bike can take you. It's a visceral experience, real and perceived with your new event buddies, sharing an experience that will be a real challenge for all your skills.

Okanagan Graveller - TBD

  • Big White Ski Resort
  • Distances: 90, 120, 204 km
  • Difficulty: Difficult terrain with longer, steeper hills
  • Limited to: 1000 Participants
  • The Okanagan Graveller is a new two day gravel cycling event, brought to you by the same team behind the iconic Granfondo Axel Merckx. Based at the world class Big White Ski Resort, this event promises epic riding in the Okanagan’s stunning mountain terrain. Riders can choose from one of three distances 190/120/90km with each distance starting and finishing at Big White, followed by Saturday night festivities and a Sunday 65km stage.

Canada Day Populaire - 7/1/24

  • Langley, BC
  • 100 & 156 km routes
  • Snacks & finisher pin

Heart of the Rockies Gran Fondo - 7/21/24

  • Invermere, BC
  • e-Bike friendly

Triple Crown for Heart - 7/20/24

  • Vancouver, BC
  • Distances: 50 miles
  • The annual Triple Crown for Heart ride is a unique cycling challenge to conquer all three North Shore mountains in a single day (Seymour Mountain, Grouse Mountain and Cypress Mountain). When this event was launched in 2010 it was a success for all those who participated and we successfully met our fundraising goals for the BC Children’s Hospital.

Fernie Gravel Grind - 7/12 - 7/14/24

  • Fernie, BC
  • Distances: 60,100 km
  • Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
  • Here in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, there is no such thing as a free lunch – the riding is just as beautiful as it is unrelenting and every descent is hard earned.
  • But whether or not you’re here to be the first across the finish line or to simply take in the scenery with some buddies, you are guaranteed for an epic day out on the bike.
  • The Fernie Gravel Grind is all about offering something for everyone and anyone, which is why we have two different course options; the Short Haul and Long Haul.

Tour de Victoria - 8/17/24

  • Victoria, BC
  • 6 Routes
  • e-Bike friendly
  • Special kids ride

TransRockies Gravel Royale - 8/23-26/24

  • Panorama, BC
  • Distances: 375 km
  • Difficulty: Ultra Distance and Climbing for events well over 100 miles
  • Limited to: 300 or less Participants
  • Leave your comfort zone in the dust, and up the ante with us next season!
  • Life’s too short to add just another gravel race to your calendar. At 4 days, 400km and 7,500m in elevation gain, the TransRockies Gravel Royale is truly in a league of its own.
  • The views are endless, and the hills are teeming with wildlife. It’s an unforgettable journey of adventure, camaraderie and of course, bragging rights! It’s a friendly competition that winds its way through terrain tailor-made for testing limits and leaving racers in awe of their own abilities.
  • Days are spent with friends, racing past rugged mountain peaks, and over high mountain passes. Evenings are a chance to make new friends, and trade stories with old ones. All while enjoying the unique character of our host communities.

Kootenay Gran Fondo - 9/7/24

  • Cranbrook, BC
  • e-Bike friendly

Gran Fondo Whistler - 9/7/24

  • Vancouver, BC
  • Entire Sea to Sky highway closed to vehicles during event
  • Medio ebike route (Whister), but if well prepared with extra batteries, ebike riders can request a special permission form

BCBR Gravel Explorer XLT - TBD

  • Penicton, BC
  • Distances: 5 days, 50-100 km per day
  • Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
  • The BCBR Gravel Explorer XLT is a five-day stage race, this format allows us to dig in and explore this amazing region, and all it has to offer. The fall colors will be arriving as the grapes meet their makers in the pristine wine country of the South Okanagan. Join us to welcome the local wine harvest as we zig-zag through the countryside hunting for challenges. Open your eyes, ears, throbbing legs, and pounding heart to the gravel experience of a lifetime.
  • This is no ordinary soul-crushing mega distance rinse and repeat, we’ve set our sites on a brash and bold mix of everything a gravel bike is capable of, hopefully, you and your trusty steed are ready to explore, and your ‘spirit of adventure’ is up to the challenge.

Sea 2 Sky Gravel Fondo - 10/5/24

  • Squamish, BC
  • Distances: 25, 50, 90km
  • Difficulty: Gently rolling terrain with one or two short hills
  • Limited to: 500 Participants
  • The Newest Gravel Fondo in Western Canada put on by the most experienced Gravel Fondo Team in Western Canada. We have over 15 years if event management experience and 7 years experience setting up and running Gravel Fondos in Western Canada.
  • Thef Sea 2 Sky Gravel Fondo will take place in the Squamish Valley and you will experience amazing mountain views, large rivers, creeks and waterfalls as well as wide great gravel Forest Service roads.

Tripleshot Cross Fondo - 10/20/24

  • Victoria, BC
  • Distances: 20, 40 km
  • Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
  • Limited to: 500 or less Participants
  • Victoria BC’s ONLY mass participation off-road cycling event for all ages and abilities winds through flowy pine-needle trails and hairpin turns, over hills, roots and rocks, and churns through chunky peanut butter mud and puddles.

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