The Bohemian Border Bash Gravel Riding Event

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The Bohemian Border Bash Gravel Riding Event

If you’re looking to get off the beaten pack of European gravel routes and explore one of Central Europe’s most beautiful National Parks, then be sure to check out the Bohemian Border Bash. It takes place on the border between German and the Czech Republic. While the Bohemian Border Bash is not a race, it will provide many challenges as you navigate through sandstone pinnacles, gorges, streams, and winding gravel roads for as far as your eye can see.

Check out the full press-release and more information below and you can register now at the Bohemian Border Bash.

As part of 3T’s broader Jeroboam World Wide Gravel Series, the Bash offers medium, long, and ultra-endurance gravel events around the globe. These events are meant to bring people together in a casual, camping environment, and offer something for everyone over the weekend’s schedule. The inaugural event’s supporters include 3T, Chimpanzee Nutrition, WTB, Ass Savers, PEdALED, Wahoo, and Komoot.

Riders can register for The Bash – the full multi-day main event – or can choose from two other options based on their endurance riding aspirations or schedules. A Little Bash is offered for riders with busy schedules who still want to experience the serene gravel and backroads of northern Bohemia, and a Big Bash for riders looking for that extra distance challenge.

The Bash: is the main event – a VIP camp that will have you fully engrossed in gravel for the
whole extended weekend. Classic Bohemian mini cabin camp lodging and meals are provided
from Thursday, September 12 to Sunday, September 15, so riders can fully immerse themselves
in the Bohemia Gravel experience.
-Thursday 12: Free beers when you arrive at the welcome dinner and party
-Friday 13: 75km AlleyCat Treasure Hunt backroads ride
-Saturday 14: 150km Gravel Gran Fondo (100km version also available)
Gravel Bash, the main event post-ride party in the evening
-Sunday 15: 35km Hangover ride to shake out tired legs
-Fee to register for The Bash is 250€, inclusive of food/drink, some beer, lodging in our small
cabins, and ride support.

The Big Bash: is the long-distance ride for Randonneurs looking to truly challenge themselves. The 300km long Gravel Adventure will test your determination and will, as you go far and wide to hit not only the best gravel roads of the region but also some of the most amazing vistas the Czech and Germany borderlands have to offer. Even if you decide to camp overnight out on the ride, you will still be back in time to celebrate your riding accomplishment together with the rest of the gravelers at the main party on Saturday night.

Camping and meals provided.

-Thursday 12: arrive in the evening to join us for dinner and make camp
-Friday 13: start of the Big Bash at each rider’s leisure
-Saturday 14: arrival, rest and still time for the Gravel Bash party in the evening
-Sunday 15: departure after breakfast
-The fee to register for Big Bash is 150€, inclusive of food/drink before and after riding, a campsite for the whole weekend, and ride support.

The Little Bash: is just one day of riding, but you still will hit the gravel highlights. No time to come for
the long weekend but still want to ride with us? The Little Bash lets you drop into camp on
Friday evening, ride together Saturday and party through the night, then head back home after
breakfast on Sunday. Camping and meals still provided.
-Friday 13: arrive in the evening to join us for dinner and make camp
-Saturday 14: 150km Gravel Gran Fondo (100km version also available)
Gravel Bash party in the evening
-Sunday 15: departure after breakfast
-The fee to register for Little Bash is 150€, inclusive of food/drink before and after riding, a campsite for
Friday and Saturday nights, and ride support.

Bohemian Saxon Switzerland National Park
The National Park bears its name thanks to two Swiss artists Adrian Zingg and Anton Graff, who
was appointed by the Dresden Academy of Art in 1766. The two painters were so inspired by the natural beauty of the Sandstone Cliffs and Rock Pinnacles of this place that they started to call the area Saxon Switzerland, Sächsische Schweiz in German. The park is well known among climbers thanks to approximately 1000 climbing peaks (pinnacles), as well as to hikers and a growing number of cyclists like us. Its quiet gravel and car-free paved forest roads make it a prime location to ride bikes, with the modern gravel bike the perfect tool to explore the area. The region is easily accessible by both train and car, and by extension of course by bike. We look forward to you joining us in September, as like-minded gravel riders come together for an extended weekend of riding, good food and beer, and expanding our circle of friends on bikes. Come close out the summer with us. And we’ll share our favorite cache of gravel roads, hidden amongst the forests and rocks in the heart of Central Europe.

From Dresden:
by train 50 minutes
by car 45 minutes

From Prague:
by train 1:45 hours
by car 2 hours

From Berlin:
by train 2:30 hours
by car 3 hours