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There are 4 BWRS in 2021

There are four waffles in 2021

We hope you are hungry.


The Belgian Waffle Ride could not happen without the help of our wonderful partners

BWR california
July 18, 2021

San Diego, California

Created as an extremely challenging race in the spirit of the great European one-day Spring Classics, BWR is an unusually difficult race. This is the original.

~132 miles
~11,000 ft of elevation gain

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bwr north carolina
Aug 21, 2021

Asheville, North Carolina

The Asheville race will provide professional and amateur cyclists access to the most coveted roads and off-road sectors around the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. The route features rolling mountain passes, rough and rocky outcroppings, lake views, dense forests and rivers and waterfalls. Riders will get a bit of everything thrown at them: hard-packed, flat, loose, rocky, uphill and downhill gravel over a 104+ mile route punctuated by 20 off-road sectors that give the event a unique and challenging complexion. 

~104+ miles
~11,000 ft of elevation gain

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bwr utah
Sept 25, 2021

Cedar City, Utah

The Utah edition of the Belgian Waffle Ride promises unparalleled punishment for entrants along a 125-mile course, which features roughly 6,000 feet of undulating climbs, at an average altitude of 5,800 feet, with off-road terrain that harkens to the teeth-rattling cobblestones of Europe’s most grueling races. The course has a variety of different surfaces; gravel, single track, rocky trails, sandy sections and even some asphalt and bike paths.

130 miles
7860 ft of elevation gain

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bwr kansas
Oct 31, 2021 

Lawrence, Kansas

For the first time, Monuments of Cycling brings its iconic BWR to Kansas, where a vibrant cycling culture anxiously awaits this new spectacle, The Hell of the Mid-West, which will take place on Halloween. Punctuated by dozens of off-road sectors over a route throughout the northeast region of Kansas, giving the event its unique complexion.

~111 miles
~8,000 ft of elevation gain

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