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Road Gravel Mountain (RGM) is a cycling event held in Hastings Hinterland. The route takes riders through valleys, mountain ranges, and winding cliff-side roads to the top of ridges, providing…
Road Gravel Mountain (RGM) is a cycling event held in Hastings Hinterland. The route takes riders through valleys, mountain ranges, and winding cliff-side roads to the top of ridges, providing panoramic views of the surrounding areas.
Day one of RGM starts at Beechwood Hotel (pub). Riders can choose between two distance options: 34km or 110km, with the final hill challenge for all riders being the Pipe Clay Mountain Climb, culminating in the Kindee Suspension Bridge. After the ride, riders can camp or share accommodation at Long Flat Travellers Rest Hotel.
On day two, riders will face the Tom Creek Road Challenge, with distance options of 40km or 60km. This route includes the Tom Creek Mountain Climb, where riders can enjoy the scenic beauty of the surroundings. Fellow riders can chat and cheer each other on while navigating the tricky descent back into the valley.
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