We’re is excited to bring the British Gravel Championship Race to life on FulGaz, thanks to the support of Red:On Group.
This route is the biggest challenge of the King’s Cup Gravel Festival weekend with elite and master-level riders duelling it out for the coveted crown of National Champion.
The route is an off-road race held on hard-packed and loose gravel, grass, dirt, and sand through Suffolk’s beautiful King’s Forest. The tracks are wide enough for bunch racing and overtaking, making for a dynamic day’s competition.
The route on race day a 15.3km (9.5) loop with only 88m (288ft) of climbing so it’s fast. To help you prepare on FulGaz, you can set the number of laps to match the distance you’ll be racing.
- Men & Women 76.5km (5-laps)
- Masters & Juniors 61.2km (4-laps)
NATHAN HAAS’ ROUTE OVERVIEW
Pro-gravel racer Nathan Haas gave us his top-line thoughts on this British classic after riding it on FulGaz.
“This is some serious gravel right here, it’s got everything, grass sections, sand pits, double track, technical single track and some long flat straights road hammer the power down.
Being so green I’d say there’s a high chance of bad weather, but lucky for FulGaz you can recon the whole event staying warm and dry so you’re ready to rip in on race day!”