We’ve got something a little bit special this week. Pro-gravel rider, Nathan Haas has captured some of his favourite gravel routes, races, and rides from his 2022 season and shared them with us.
This collection is a real mixed bag featuring rides from Italy, Catalonia, Spain, and the USA. You’ll whizz down North Carolina’s country lanes, climb up through Italian forests and roll turns with the local Girona gravel bunch.
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A loop around Spain with Nathan on some of the finest gravel. Bright blue Catalonian skies, crunchy trails and a friendly bunch to roll turns with dominate this route.More Info
This ride around North Carolina features a mix of tarmac and gravel surfaces taking in sections of the official Belgian Waffle Ride route from the region. You'll be greeted by country roads and a wall of green as you pedal your way through one of North America's best regions to ride.More Info
Join Nathan Haas as he heads out on a tidy training ride into the countryside. A mix of bike paths, Catalonian country lanes, and a crisp autumnal morning transport you to the region. With a few little lumps this is an ideal for an extended warm up.More Info
One of Nathans' favourite training loops in Spain, the profile is mostly rolling with a few pinches to keep you on your toes. Starting and finishing in the village of Sant Julia de Ramis you'll roll through stunning countryside and take in the sights of the region.More Info
For any race, recon to understand the course and what lies ahead is vital. Join Nathan as he learns the key sections of one of the UCI Gravel World Cup routes in La Monsterrato, Italy.More Info
Starting in Girona, this ride heads out on some of the best gravel on offer. In 15km you'll climb just under 400m so make sure you're warmed up for this one. You're riding in a bunch and swapping turns, so be prepared to see some butts.More Info
A ride with Nathan Haas on some of the more unknown tracks and put your off-road skills to use with some single track across the dry countryside. Make sure you back an extra bidon, it's thirsty work.More Info