Conventional gravel racing kicks off Saturday morning, May 2nd with multiple route options of 45, 66, and 107 miles. Starting from the Lake Wedington Recreation area in rural Washington County, Arkansas, the race runs deep into Oklahoma for a two-state adventure.
Participants can expect to cruise along canopy covered roads through townships hidden from time, with long stretches of gravel roads descending into unincorporated communities dating back to the 1800s. For additional event information, race schedule, and course details just click here.
Mount Sequoyah Retreat – located 20 minutes from the event venue and overlooking the downtown & entertainment districts of Fayetteville, this mountain top retreat features an array of accommodations from houses to bunk-style dorm rooms. Visit www.mountsequoyah.org/stay to book today.
Lake Wedington Recreation – there are several options at the event venue for campsites and cabins. Visit www.recreation.gov to see all the amenities.