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Featuring the best gravel apparel you will find anywhere, our choice items will satisfy your needs for dirt-related clothing.

Gravel Routes

Green Mountain Gravel routes are curated and vetted by our experienced, local riders and come complete with GPS tracks, photos, descriptions and recommendations. Discover the best rides Vermont has to offer. All for free.

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Bike Vermont Dirty

Since long before the label "gravel cycling" was created, Vermonters have been riding their bikes on the choicest dirt roads in the country. We have always known that the best way to get from here to there isn't always a straight line, and the greatest adventures are the ones you never see coming.

Green Mountain Gravel brings you the best in today's gravel cycling from the place and people who were doing it before it had a name.

Get your gear, grab a route and get out on the road. 

Green Mountain Gravel is with you. Bike Vermont Dirty.


The Spinney (Route) The Spinney Distance: 23.6 miles Elevation gain: ~2,300 ft (GPS devices vary) Road Surface: 19% asphalt, 80% gravel; 1% Class IV A solid gravel route through some of the most scenic gravel territory in…

Bayley Hazen Military Road (Route)

A gravel bike adventure through the annals of Vermont history! We set out to retrace the route of the Bayley Hazen military road, a fascinating piece of historical lore from the Revolutionary War era.

Peacham Delight (Route)

Punchy climbs, sweeping descents, astounding views, classic Vermont scenery, alpacas, horses, sugarbushes, farms and more gravel than you can shake a stick at: this route has it all.

Berlin Pond (Route)

This short little loop has all the things that make a great gravel ride in a compact package.

Quattro Pugni (Route)

A punchy 40-mile route featuring a quartet of solid climbs, each of which rewards you with fantastic views and cruising descents

Dirty Gaps (Route)

An epic journey over four of Vermont's mountain passes and several other substantial climbs, almost entirely on gravel and Class IV.

Harpooning the Whales (Route)

110 miles, nearly 12,000 feet and over 100 km of gravel. This is the epic loop of the GMG/GravelDads’ 2020 Point to Point.

Rope (Route)

A tour of both sides of Texas Hill, passing some notable destinations along the way.

Hill Blocks View (Route)

A tour of some great Champlain Valley gravel sections, with a bonus (optional) hill climb in the middle.

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WATA Gravel Grinder 2022

We return to Waterbury, Vermont for the classic Gravel Grinder event in support of the Waterbury Area Trails Alliance, and once again it’s a wet one! The conditions made for a unique day on the…

Rasputitsa 2022 – The Return

After a two-year hiatus due to global circumstances, the Rasputitsa Spring Classic returned in 2022, holding what was originally meant to be the 2020 edition, at long last. The event drew a crowd of thousands…

Introducing The Grindstone

The Grindstone is the best ride you never saw coming. Centered in the unique, post-industrial granite landscape of Barre, Vermont, this one-of-a-kind gravel grinder will take you places you never knew could exist. Join us on…



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Graniteville, VT