Join us for this challenging and fun event in Stockdale, TX! This event is a rider favorite, now in it's 4th year! Choose between the beginner/family friendly15 miler, 33m/50k, or 68m/100k routes that feature a great variety of scenic gravel, sand, and quiet country roads. Like all of our events, we value the real deal, and the 68 mile route is 80% gravel! We'll have a great lunch waiting for you prepared by the Stockdale 4H group at the picture perfect finish line, featuring professional chip timing from Domore Races. Race it hard or cruise it slow, no matter what you'll have a great time! This is a great event in a beautiful part of Texas that you don't want to miss! Special thanks to our friends at Brad Houston Bicycling Law, and Nuun Hydration!
See you out there at the 2020 Stockdale Gravel Roundup!
This is an amazing event on a mix of gravel roads, with just 20% pavement, and followed up with a seriously challenging section of sandy roads out on Sand Hill and K & L roads! What will the sand roads present for 2020? Racers and good time riders get to choose between the 30 mile Short Whizz, the 47 Medium Whizz, or the 62 mile Long Whizz! Newly tweaked routes for 2020! Then enjoy great food and adult beverages at the finish line party with our hosts at Wild Bunch Brewery! Special thanks to our great sponsors Houston Fish Law and Nuun Hydration!
See you at the 2020 Whizzerville Hauler!
Drahtesel - Colloquial German literally meaning :Wire Donkey
We'll just go ahead and say it... this is the hardest 100k gravel event in Texas! Join us for your choice of the beginner/family friendly 15 mile, 37 mile, or the 62m/100k routes. The 100k features just 14% pavement! Rolling hills across amazing countryside, and heavy gravel conspire to make this one tough donkey! These routes just don't let up and riders will be pushed hard all the way to the finish line. Those cold brews at the finish line party will never taste so good, while you enjoy a great lunch, music, and fun at the beautiful New Ulm Fireman's Park!
Also special thanks to our friends a Houston Fish Law and Nuun Hydration!
See you at the 2020 Wire Donkey!
The "Come And Grind It" returns for the 4rd year in beautiful Gonzales County! This is a great event that is perfect for beginners, cruisers, and racers alike! The original route has everything on a 33 mile loop with just 5% pavement, and new for this year we have a 22 mile option for beginners and families! On all the routes, enjoy a great mix of fast and heavy gravel, scenic winding roads, and a few kicker stairstep hills coming into the finish line. Choose one (Short Shot) or two laps (Long Shot), and then enjoy a great lunch at the beautiful grounds of the Leesville Association and adult deliciousness at the best after ride party in Texas! We'll have tables set up course-side with Nuun and water for racers to refill, or stage bottles/nutrition on before heading out on a second loop. You'll appreciate a special finish line worthy of your ride, and featuring professional chip timing from DoMore Races. Special thanks to sponsors Nuun Hydration, and Brad Houston Bicycling Law!
See you at the 2021 Come And Grind It!
June 6th, 2020! Join your friends for a fun night of riding on an amazing mix of gravel and quiet paved roads out of McDade, TX on a Saturday night! There are 37 and 54 mile options to choose from that cruise through the beautiful landscape of Bastrop and Lee Counties. You can race it if you want, and there will be many who are cruising for good times! We start off in historic 'downtown' McDade, TX about an hour before sunset, and rode through the night on the trail of old west bandits. Then enjoy music, drinks/beer, and fun at the finish line. See you at the McDNR in 2020!
All you need is a bike with 1.5+" tires, a 700+ lumen headlight and blinking tail light, a GPS bike computer or smartphone, tubes/tools and hydration/nutrition! Join all your best cycling friends out at the McDade Night Raid for a fun Saturday night!
See you at the McDade Night Raid in 2020!
The inaugural Lexi's Midnight Runners was a fun night of riding on an amazing mix of gravel and quiet paved roads out of Lexington, TX on a Saturday night! There are 21, 31, and 51 mile options to choose from that roll through the fun countryside NW of Lexington, TX. We started off in the charming town square about an hour before sunset, and enjoyed great gravel before returning to the finish line fun with music, food, drinks/beer with all your friends! Some raced it, and other cruised it with friends, whichever you did it was a blast!
All you need is a bike with 1.5+" tires, a 700+ lumen headlight and blinking tail light, a GPS bike computer or smartphone, tubes/tools and hydration/nutrition! Join all your best cycling friends out at Lexi's Midnight Runners for a fun Saturday night!
See you in 2020 at Lexi's Midnight Runners!
Sutherland Springs Benefit Gravel Ride
Sunday, November 26th 2017Thanks to everyone that came out to support us for this great gravel grinder ride! With your help, we raised just over $7,500 that went to the Spirit of Giving Fund set up by HEB Grocery, directly benefiting the families impacted by the Sutherland Spring shooting tragedy. Three great distances to choose from: 15, 33 and 68 miles on fully marked/signed beautiful, primarily gravel roads. This course will be returning in 2018 as the Stockdale Gravel Roundup!
This racer and fan favorite started in 2012, and has regularly set attendance records year after year! Held the first weekend of October at East Metropolitan Park in Manor, TX (20 minutes outside Austin), this event features fast power sections, a steep run-up, and a winding course that wraps around the beer garden and sand pit. The Lucha Libre Single Speed Championships is always a great way to cap off the Saturday's fun, and you never know what shenanigans will happen in this zip-tie conversion/ride what you brought race!
Started in 2015, the 'Cross of Ages' has quickly become a fan and racer favorite event held at Richard Moya Park in Austin, TX the weekend before Halloween! Yes, costumes are highly encouraged! This event features a fun and challenging course with off cambers, climbs, fast sections, and sand! This is a very spectator friendly venue where fans can see the whole race unfold in front of them from the beer garden on the top edge of the grassy bowl! The new finale headliner event Lucha Libre Single Speed Championships is also a real crowd pleaser, and not to be missed.
Oh, there will be more gravel for sure. On July 1st 2017, Capital City Racing put on its first gravel ride/race in Leesville, Texas. Look for more events to come from Capital City Racing in the gravel!
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Lucha Libre Single Speed Championships
This is a Capital City Racing exclusive, that brings the Lucha Libre flavor and mayhem to a special single speed cyclocross and mountain bike category. This race/ride is an open, no racing licenses required class. Shirtless men and women with bikini tops are called up to the front of the start line by their official luchador names.
Look for the final event photos to come soon!
Here are the unofficial rules: please don't ruin the course tape or cut the course tape, no Lucha Libre capes while riding (choking hazard), helmets are required. No motorized bicycles. No backbrakers, brainbusters, chokeslams, facebusters, neckbreakers, piledrivers, diving bulldogs, diving clotheslines, moonstar or frankensteiner moves are allowed.
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