HICO, TEXAS
May 14, 2022
2021 RESULTS
Shout out to our inaugural pro lineup!
Alison Tetrick - Jess Cerra
Ted King - Peter Stetina
Dylan Johnson - Mat Stephens
Sam Boardman - The Vegan Cyclist
Lauren Stephens - Emily Newsom
Christie Tracy - Adam Roberge
Laurens ten Dam - Colin Strickland

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Gravel Locos Features Routes from the heart of heartland

All three routes will be escorted out of Hico, TX on paved roads and Highway 6 for approximately 1.5 miles. After the hard right turn onto a gravel county road, the gravel fun begins! The finish line for all three routes is in front of Hico City Hall where we started from.

GL30 La Pequeña
Distance:
30 mi
Elevation
1,601

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Non timed and non competitive. 1 aid station

La Pequeña may be our shortest route but it has the highest percentage of gravel (84%) and over 1,600 feet of elevation gain. The GL30 features the same river crossing as the longer routes, and you should also be ready for a cyclecross challenge around mile 25, where you will have to dismount to cross the barricades blocking the bridge over Bee Creek.

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GL63 La Mediana
Distance:
63 mi
Elevation
3,617

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Non timed and non competitive. 2 aid stations

La Mediana is 75% gravel, 62.7 miles in distance and has over 3,600 feet of elevation gain. The GL63 features two wet crossings (North Bosque River and Gum Branch), the locally famous "Loco Hill" (20% grade!) near the small town of Iredell and the cyclocross challenge over the barricades at the Bee Creek Bridge.

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GL150 La Loca
Distance:
155 mi
Elevation
8,200'

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Timed and competitive. 5 aid stations

As its name implies, you've got to be a lil' crazy to ride La Loca: 155.3 miles (112 miles of which are on gravel) and 8,200 feet of elevation gain. The GL150 features five wet crossings, the "Loco Hill" along with three of the biggest, baddest hills in Bosque County. All three are back to back and all three kick up into the 17-18% grade. La Loca is also loaded with rolling hills and great scenery and passes by the oldest Seventh Day Adventist Church in Texas, built in 1913 and through old pecan plantations and the Leon River Valley.

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