Pirate Cycling League Gravel Worlds <08/08/18>

We are hosting a tour to The Pirate Cycling League Gravel Worlds event.

Register your interest now.
Mark the date, save your pennies and prepare your legs.

​The 2018 Gravel Worlds promises an unparalleled challenge for the gravel enthusiast. The pirates are charting a route of approximately 150 miles and near 10,000ft (3040m) of climbing – adventuring through the rural farmlands of Southeastern Nebraska.

The 2018 Gravel Worlds will satisfy your gravel grinder itch. The pirates have a fun and challenging course designed for 2018 with some familiar roads from years past and some newly-discovered sections never ventured on before.

The exciting part of this event is that the course is not released until just prior to the event and it’s self-supported mayhem.

The winner of each category of the officially unofficial Gravel World Championship (150 miler) will have the honor of slipping on a Gravel World Champion jersey! All finishers who complete the entire 150 miles (241 km) will also receive a unique finisher item.

The Privateer Gravel Grinder is back for 2018 for those that want to get their feet wet. This is a non-competitive event. You can expect approximately 75 miles (120 km) of Nebraska Gravel Goodness on many of the same roads as the 150 miler.

But that’s not all, there will be plenty of time to see some local attractions, amazing sights, some riding, shopping, big eating and, of course, breweries!

Alto Cycle Tours is pleased to offer an all-inclusive LAND only package deal – accommodation, fun and most food included.
You just have to get there, with your bike, appetite and legs!

GranFondo S2C <11/08/18>

Follow the Mighty and Majestic Buller River from Source to Sea.

The mythical milestone of the ages.
The old school imperial.
A grand day out on the bicycle

163 kms* with no significant climbing but plenty of fun and views and pie stops. This is all on sealed road.

This will be a semi-supported, no drop, guided ride with a musette of goodies, plenty of cafe stops, a finish at a pub, and a lift back to St Arnaud.

Perfect for the person who hasn’t ridden 160 kms before and wants to in a no pressure group. It’s not a race!

The cost will be $60 per person.
$ includes guiding, transport, musette and some goodies.
Date > 11 August 2018.

Register now as there are limited places.

* just to make sure Strava gets it