Thanks la tourist that was amazing time, I am wrecked!
Super stoked to come in with a 5 way tie for 11th with my dudes, not bad for my first gravel race!
- Sean M.
You probably shouldn’t even think about riding in Los Angeles, or any of the LA Tourist events.
Unless of course you’re a fan of big dumb rides that include, but aren’t limited to underbiking, bike walking, exposed trails in the middle of nowhere, good folks and super shabby views.
- C. J.
The beauty of this event is the camaraderie between the riders out there on their own routes.
Saw old friends and met tons of new ones. Sharing route info, backgrounds, tagging a long for a segment, and even sharing whiskey 🥃
- Ara M.
I headed up to Burbank to find adventure by bike and ended up on one of the hardest dirt climbs I've ever done.
We descended an overgrown rocky hiking trail to a stream crossing and then started a monster 14 mile, nearly 5000' climb to the top of Mt. Gleason.
- Brent P.
Little did I know that WTH 🤦🏼♀️ would be 73 miles & 9000 plus, feet of climbing, technical descends that were way over my head, loose sand & gravel, hike a bikes & water crossings, & cuts and bruises & a sore wrist to prove it. 7 hrs & 18 mins of fun though & awesome badass girl energy.
- Peta T.
The LA Tourist never disappoints. I can go on & explain how epic this ride is, but words do no justice.
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