2019 Everyone Loves Raymond Gravel Grind Hosted by the Fresno Cycling Club

  • 11/16/2019
  • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Raymond Community Association Footman Park Road 600/Road 606 Raymond, CA


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • 35 miles/2800'
  • 60 miles/5600'
  • 60 miles/5600'
  • 90 miles/7900'
  • 90 miles/7900'
  • Park is open to camping Friday and Saturday nights. This is primitive or dry camping. Portable toilets/handwashing station are available. Trash disposal is NOT available. If you bring it in you must take it out.

Registration is closed

Everyone Loves Raymond Gravel Grind - Second Edition

Saturday November 16, 2019

Ride the second edition FCC Gravel event and enjoy a day of fun in the foothills. 

Participants have three routes from which to choose.
All routes are low traffic with at least half of the distance on dirt/gravel. There will be rest stops at 15-20 mile intervals and SAG support.

The Pint - 35 miles 2800' aid stop at 16 miles - 10am                                         https://ridewithgps.com/routes/28251579

The Growler - 60 miles 5600' aid stops at 16, 29, and 44 miles - 8:30am           https://ridewithgps.com/routes/28251570

The Kegger - 90 miles 7900' aid stops at 16, 29, 44, 58, and 72 - 7am               https://ridewithgps.com/routes/28251574 

Registration fee of $75 / $100 cash only on the day of event includes ride, long sleeve t-shirt (must register and pay in full by November 1 to get free t-shirt), and a delicious catered taco lunch with veggie option. Online registration ends Thursday, November 14.

Registration packet pickup November 15 from 5-7pm at Steven's Bicycles 1365 N Willow Ave in Clovis. Event day pickup at event site Footman Park in Raymond from 6-10am.

Start/Finish at Raymond Community Association Footman Park
35024 Rd 606, Raymond, CA 93653
(SE corner of Rd 606 and Raymond Rd/Rd 600)


Limited camping is available at the park for $10/night. No hookups.

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 of Raymond's rich past. The Raymond Granite Quarry is in operation today, as are the historic Raymond General (Store) and Hills Pride Inn. 




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