Hammer Road Rally is a ride with options for most ability levels. The largest route, the Hammer, is an epic ride with one particular gravel climb you will never forget.
Click here to learn more about our routes. Everything begins and ends at Shaver Lake.
THE REAL DEAL
The Hammer features an absolutely massive 15 mile long gravel climb from Stump Springs Road to Kaiser Pass at 9,196' above sea level.
Features nearly 30 miles of legit gravel.
Timing ENDS at the top of Kaiser Pass. The rest of your ride after Kaiser Pass is for the pure enjoyment of it with your friends.
STRENUOUS 53 MILE RIDE
With nearly 6,000' of elevation gain, Riders will take on a major 2,000' paved climb as they make their way from the town of Big Creek to Huntington Lake.
Features several miles of mixed, chunky road and gravel descending.
MODERATE 28 MILE RIDE
The "Easyish" route is a beautiful option for those looking to explore the region without taking on such gruelling climbs.
The course features an out-and-back format with one moderate descent which turns into a moderate climb after you turn around. If you don't want to drop all the way to Dinkey Creek, you can simply turn around at the aid station located at mile 10.
MODERATE 35 MILE NON-COMPETITIVE RIDE
Join Canyon Athlete, Tyler Pearce (The Vegan Cyclist) on Sunday, OCT 16 while he shows you the ancient, towering McKinley Grove.
Canyon Bicycles will be on-site to support the ride with basic mechanical support, some water and replenishment.
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