2023 Everyone Loves Raymond Gravel Rides Hosted by the Fresno Cycling Club

  • 04/01/2023
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Raymond Community Association Footman Park 34992 Rd 606 Raymond, Ca 93653
  • 62


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                                                  Everyone Loves Raymond 

Gravel Rides
a cycling event through the hills, presented by Fresno Cycling Club

Footman Park - 34992 Rd 606

Raymond, CA 93653

(SE corner of Rd 606 and Raymond Rd/Rd 600)

Saturday April 1st, 2023

The Pint - 35 miles  10:00 am start (ridewithgps.com)   

The Growler - 60 miles  9:00 am start  (ridewithgps.com)

The Kegger - 90 miles   8:00 am start  (ridewithgps.com)

                              Aid stations at 15-20 mile intervals plus SAG support.


Ride the FIFTH ANNUAL ELR GRAVEL event and enjoy a day of fun in the Sierra foothills. 

Registration opens November 25, 2022

Participants have three routes from which to choose. All routes are low traffic with at least half of the distance on dirt/gravel with some chunky spots. CX, gravel, or MTB bikes work best. There will be rest stops at 15-20 mile intervals and SAG support.

Regular Registration

Starting 11/26/2022 until 3/26/2023 pricing will be:
  • $95 for the Pint,
  • $115 for the Growler and Kegger.

Late Registration

From 3/27 - 3/31/2023 pricing will be: 
  • $105 for the pint
  • $125 for the Growler and Kegger.
  • No Day-of-Event Registration. No Refunds. 
All registrants will receive a pair of ELR event socks and post ride lunch. Registrations prior to 3/19/2023 will get a complimentary long sleeve event t-shirt. A limited edition ELR event hoodie is available for sale before 3/19/23.

Start/Finish at Raymond Community Association Footman Park
34992 Rd 606, Raymond, CA 93653
(SE corner of Rd 606 and Raymond Rd/Rd 600)

Limited camping is available at the park for Friday and Saturday nights. Porta potties/sinks are provided. Water is available on a limited basis, but there are no hookups at the park. Campers are expected to clean up their campsites and to pack out their own trash. No fires or open flames. No exceptions. Thank you.

The Raymond area is rustic and rich with history -https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raymond,_California  

The Raymond Museum and historical town site help tell the story Raymond's rich past. The Raymond Granite Quarry is in operation today, as are the historic Raymond General (Store) and the Hills Pride Inn. 




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Final details are subject to change.

Best regards,

Fresno Cycling Club

Camping available (no hookups provided)

Registration and more information at: https://fresnocycling.com/event-4734875

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