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BE GOOD™ RIDE TO THE GRAVEL HALL OF FAME

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We're riding to Emporia, Kansas! To celebrate Rebecca's induction into the inaugural class of the Gravel Hall of Fame, she is riding from Kansas City to Emporia on dirt roads and paths with other gravel legends and friends. The vision of this ride is to celebrate the history and impact of gravel with fellow riders who have a shared love and passion for two wheels on dirt and to amplify the mission and message of the Be Good™ Foundation. We'll be raising funds for the Be Good Scholarship fund to fulfill the RPI inclusion mission and bring more riders to Idaho this September. 

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Monday, May 30

Rebecca rides off from Kansas City with Alexandera Houchin and fellow inductee Dan Hughes to arrive in Lawrence, Kansas, that evening.

 

Tuesday, May 31

Yuri Hauswald joins the fun and the whole squad saddles up to continue toward Emporia, camping out along the way.

 

Wednesday, June 1

Rebecca and her crew complete their ride into Emporia for the Gravel Hall of Fame Induction. The banquet ceremony will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., followed by the Be Good Gravel Hall of Fame after-party hosted by Liv Cycling and Giant Bicycles at Gravel City Adventure & Supply Co

IMAGES FROM THE TRAIL

SEE THE ROUTE

REBECCA USED HER GARMIN IN-REACH SO FANS COULD TRACK HER ON THE JOURNEY.
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE ROUTE SHE TOOK
GARMIN CONNECT PAGE 
 

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CIRCUMNAVIGATION OF THE ARKANSAS HIGH COUNTRY

About the Arkansas High Country Ride:  The all-new “mixed-surface” Arkansas High Country Route showcases the geological diversity, splendid natural areas, and welcoming communities of west-central Arkansas, while linking regional bike trails and other routes.

 

Highlights include unique geologic formations of Ozark and Ouachita national forests, the Buffalo National River, and the well-signed and smooth Razorback Greenway connecting the urban areas of Fayetteville and Bentonville.

Approximately 48% of the route is paved (8% of which is bike path), 47% is unpaved (dirt or gravel), and 5% is singletrack.

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