The River Region Riders Cycling Association
welcomes all gravel riders to the Trash Panda Red Dirt Ramble on Sunday, October 13, 2019. As cyclists transition from road to gravel for the fall season, this premier event offers an early solid test of gravel riding abilities that won't disappoint the experienced or novice rider. With three distances to choose from (27, 48, 68) and aptly supported with rest stops and roving SAGs, riders will be challenged by varied unpaved terrain and plenty of climbs and descents located in Autauga County, Alabama.
Last year's inaugural ride was a huge success with over 70 grinders participating. The feedback was very positive and we have taken great strides to improve the experience (i.e., bathroom facilities at start, etc.).
Net proceeds from the ride will benefit the Prattville Autuaga Humane Shelter.
We’re excited to announce that Hammer Nutrition
endurance fuels will be on course at the Trash Panda Red Dirt Ramble.
Hammer’s been supplying athletes with natural products free of added sugars, artificial colors, flavors, chemicals, and preservatives for over 30 years. Visit their site to learn how to fuel smart, so come race day, you’re ready to perform at your best!
#howihammerHampton Inn Prattville
is the official Hotel for our ride. Click here to book a room on the Discounted Reservation Page - TRASH PANDA HOTEL!Registration is OPEN!!Registration will be capped at 200 riders so don't wait!
All Routes roll at 9am.27 Mile Route - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31077559
- $35 Online registration until midnight 10/10/2019.
- $45 On site, day of event registration.
48 Mile Route - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31077472
70 Mile Route - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31077680 River Region Riders RWGPS - https://ridewithgps.com/groups/River-Region-Riders-AssociationMechanical Support
by Montgomery MultisportEpic Ride Weather Forecast - Trash Panda Weather ForecastMore
about the River Region Riders Association -
The goals of the association are to promote and advocate for safe cycling and encourage more to be active through cycling activities (participation and advocacy).