The Dusty Bandita Women’s Gravel Race

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The Dusty Bandita Women’s Gravel Race





Saturday 03 Jun 2023 - Ovando

The gravel bike cycling event The Dusty Bandita Women’s Gravel Race has been organized yearly in United States, state Montana. The next edition of the race, ride will take place on Saturday 03 June 2023 in Ovando, Montana

If you plan to participate in the next edition of The Dusty Bandita Women’s Gravel Race , simply add the upcoming edition to « my Calendar » . If would you like to participate one day add the event to « my Bucket List » and we will inform you when the next edition is announced, by clicking on the buttons  

Organizer: The Dusty Bandita is a women’s gravel bike race built not only to expand our presence in a male-dominated sport of bike racing, but to inspire ALL women to go beyond their limits, physically and mentally – dig deep, climb the big climbs, and take the inside line; Breathe in the crisp Montana air and leave our cares behind. The distance options available are for the racer or adventurer alike. We want to instill the feeling of freedom and confidence while we ultimately broaden the field of women cyclists entering cycling events throughout the local area, state, and nation.

Come ride for the experience, the personal challenge, and the spirit of competition. Let’s rally together, fellow Bandita’s, while exploring on two wheels; don’t look back, we’re forging forward! See you at the starting line!

Check the previous editions of The Dusty Bandita Women’s Gravel Race below and add the ones you participated in to your successful rides in myBattistrada by simply clicking on .

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