Unveiling The Kilometre Collective’s Gravel Circuit: 23km of Adventure Awaits!
In a world where the cycling community thrives on camaraderie and collective achievement, Bia is once again poised to demonstrate the true meaning of unity. Following the astounding success of The Kilometre Collective earlier this year, when we collectively rode a staggering 5,210km on Wahoo Kickr bikes from Lands’ End to John O’Groats in 24 hours, we are now gearing up for a new challenge that promises to be even more exhilarating.
This time, it’s all about hitting the great outdoors. On September 30, 2023, from 8 am to 8 pm, The Bia Hub invites all gravel enthusiasts to join us on our newly finalized 23km gravel circuit, an exciting blend of roads, bridleways, and trails. The circuit on trails local to The Bia Hub, includes sections of the Knowl Hill bridle way, some lesser-known country lanes, as well as some old favourites! We’re pretty sure you’ll love it!
The circuit has been carefully designed to provide an adventure that suits all levels of riders. For those new to gravel riding, it’s the perfect opportunity to dip your toes into the world of ‘gravelling’. The circuit offers a taste of excitement that will undoubtedly leave you wanting more. And for seasoned gravel riders, we believe that how we’ve linked this route up will give you a flowing, easy riding and fun lap that will leave you wanting more!
Don’t let the lack of a gravel bike stop you – Reilly will have some gravel bikes available in sizes XS to L for you to ride. No better way to test a titanium bike than to do a lap on one! Titanium bikes are bikes for life, and now with the Gradient model so versatile, you probably won’t need another bike! BUT we’ll let you decide.
The journey began with a simple but powerful idea: the belief in ‘the power of I.‘ It’s about uncovering that inner strength that resides within each one of us, the strength that drives us to overcome life’s challenges, both on and off the bike. The understanding that there is a unique power that emerges when a community bands together, nurturing the spirit of ‘the power of us.’
The Kilometre Collective’s previous triumph was a testament to this collective spirit. In a winter challenge that saw us virtually conquer Lands’ End to John O’Groats, we shattered expectations by more than doubling the distance and raising over £2,300 in the process. Now, we’re ready to replicate this success, but this time, the challenge takes place under the warm embrace of summer, on gravel bikes, and in half the time!
Come and join the Collective on Saturday September 30, 2023, and join Bia and Velolife at The Bia Hub for a day of cycling that promises to be both challenging and immensely rewarding. Whether you’re a newbie or an experienced gravel rider, this event is your chance to tap into the collective power of the cycling community, to support each other, and to demonstrate that together, we can achieve extraordinary feats.
In the spirit of ‘the power of us,’ let’s saddle up, hit the trail, and together, collect kilometers and unforgettable memories at The Bia Hub’s ultimate gravel circuit.
Be a part of something truly special, and let the adventure begin!
Why should YOU get involved?
To help us collect kilometres, to help us reach the goal.
Complete as many laps as you can – every bit helps.
Who are the charities we’re supporting?
Who are our Partners?
Bia, Velolife and Wahoo
How to get involved
Complete your entry on Eventbrite and come and collect kilometres with us on the day.
If you can’t be in Twyford, collect your own kilometres, however you chose. Get a group of mates, sign up and join the Collective!
Be sure to follow our Instagram page for live updates.
Don’t forget to support our charities – after all, that’s why we’re doing this!
The Bia brand was created in 2016 and is centred around awakening people (particularly women) to the power and strength that’s inside them. Bia is a mantra, a way of life. The Bia Hub is a physical manifestation of the community that is being built around the brand and the togetherness, support and encouragement that is borne in the space.
There is a full workshop, a shop as well as being home to the Bia Cycling Club. Bia also hosts cycling ‘escapes’ or tours.