4G (Great Gator Gravel Grinder)

  • 25 Mar 2018
  • Plaza Licenciado Benito Juarez Park, 19825 SW 376 St Homestead, FL


Yeah Yeah, it’s number 5 of the 4G. So get back in your saddles and start getting ready for the southernmost un-southern gravel ride in the states. For the fifth year the 4G will be a great event to participate in and get a bit dirty!

Proceeds will benefit Radio Lollipop at Nicklaus Children's Hospital.


Registration info will be available on http://ridinggravel.com/event/4g-great-gator-gravel-grinder/


Event Information

The 4G is the southernmost un-southern gravel grinder in the US. These routes will keep you on your toes taking you through farmland, levee roads and access roads through the Redland farming area, water management canals and access areas and in to Everglades swamp. Sound like fun? Well........it is. Sign up and get on board for this ride kids! There are minimal rest stops along the way to get you through, but it is highly recommended that you portage enough to get you through the route you choose.


Bring your event tent, chairs, food to BBQ (we will have the BBQ pit at park fired up for you), beverages and enjoy the day pre and post ride.


Trail Info

Yeah Yeah, it’s number 5 of the 4G. So get back in your saddles and start getting ready for the southernmost un-southern gravel ride in the states.


The routes will again cover a fun yet challenging amount of gravel, dirt, access roads and some pavement in the southernmost parts of Miami-Dade county. There will be the usual 32 mile and a 62 mile courses to choose from, plus some other shorter courses around the park for others to enjoy. 


This is, as always, a self-supported ride for the most part. You must carry all of your own repair needs along these routes. There will be limited SAG as vehicles cannot access some of the remote areas you will be riding through. 


All rest stops will have the wristbands for you this year.  Mother Nature will be on hand for the unexpected pleasures in life like rain, intense sun, humidity, heat, windy winds and other assorted tools she has at her disposal.


There will be a special EBC Trail ride with 5 and 10 mile routes for beginner trail riders.  There Park will be the rest stop for these routes.   You are welcome to register and donate to the charity, but these rides will be free. No wristbands etc will be needed.

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