This week we’ve got a number of new and exciting rides from around the globe to share with you and help keep your indoor riding exciting!

This collection takes us to the United Kingdom for some classic Dartmoor pedalling with Rob Bennett, and to the USA and Switzerland!

We also welcome two new contributors, Thomas Bossi from Switzerland and Zoran Stancic from the USA.

You can find all these rides under NEW in the FulGaz App.

🇺🇸 Wisconsin Spring Classic - Zoran Stancic

This ride, I call it the Wisconsin Spring Classic, is a long ride in La Crosse area (50 miles and almost 5000 ft of climbing) with 10 hills in it. The hills are relatively short hills (between 0.5 – 2 Km long) but fairly steep (up to 14-15% grade).
 84.05KM
  DISTANCE
4:01:12
DURATION
1442M
ELEVATION

🇨🇭 The Ravine of Küsnacht - Thomas Bossi

A myriad of small cascades. Enjoy a beautiful, mostly sunny but chilly MTB ride along the ravine of Küsnacht (Lake of Zürich, Switzerland) up to the Guldenen-Pfannenstiel and back to Küsnacht.

Listen carefully to enjoy the calming sound of the small river flowing over the countless waterfalls, the crunch of the gravel roads and the rider’s efforts during the climbs steeper than 12%. And hey, be careful when you cross the numerous bridges.

  23.13KM
  DISTANCE
1:09:41
DURATION
578M
ELEVATION

🇬🇧 Across Dartmoor Downhill Return - Rob Bennett

We set off from the historic Warren House Inn, the 2nd highest and most isolated pub in England. In 1963 it was cut off for 12 weeks due to continual blizzards. Enjoy the far reaching open views and wonderful colours of Dartmoor on this unusually sunny spring day. This route over Dartmoor is undulating but generally downhill, although filmed into a headwind!
  21.14KM
  DISTANCE
53:18
DURATION
322M
ELEVATION

🇬🇧 Across Dartmoor Sunshine and Shadows - Rob Bennett

A companion to the atmospheric Across Dartmoor ride, filmed on a sunny spring day. Enjoy the expansive moorland views with a few clouds casting their shadows over the landscape. The undulating terrain generally rises and ends at the historic and isolated Warren House Inn, built for the local tin mine workers. It is famous for its welcoming fire that has burned every day since 1845.
20.85KM
 DISTANCE
50:46
DURATION
513M
ELEVATION

🇬🇧 Rural Norfolk - Jon Clifton

A chilly mid-winters ride starting in Wood Dalling, we cycle the muddy and often wet roads through the beautiful small village of Salle and onto the market town of Reepham. From there we go through the tiny and oddly named rural hamlet of Nowhere (spot the signpost marked Nowhere Lane!). After passing Eade’s Mill and the very muddy lanes where snowdrops and early daffodils are in flower, we pass the isolated and medieval St Faith’s church at Little Witchingham.
20.85KM
 DISTANCE
50:46
DURATION
513M
ELEVATION

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