About Gravelocity Cycling
Gravelocity is about escape, adventure, and freedom - everything we felt the first time Mom or Dad let go of the back of our bicycle as kids. There’s no better way to experience all that than on a gravel bike ride - where you see more horses, cows, dogs, and sheep than cars!
Each of our Getaways is branded for a different level of skill and fitness, so you know just what you’re signing up for. New to gravel? Sign up for a Skills & Sights Getaway - riding a little less distance at an easier pace.
Down with the dirt? Join us for a Scenic & Social Getaway, cycling at a higher speed over longer distances - and maybe an extra day.
Up for a challenge? Jump into a Gravel Grind, with more hills, longer rides and a faster pace.
Whatever you choose, you’ll experience a great weekend featuring quiet roads, winding routes, and beautiful sights.
And if that sounds like a bit much, join one of our one-day Give Gravel A Go rides - or even better, sign up for our six-ride Gravel Gals skills program.
At Gravelocity, we’re not just taking you on a bike ride. We’re crafting a story you’ll never forget.
Different Skill & Fitness Levels
Skills & Sights
Scenic & Social
In cycling, the term Good Wheels goes far beyond the bike. In fact, it doesn’t refer to the bicycle at all. It refers to the rider. Cyclists earn the title Good Wheel by being predictable, safe and considerate. That means acting as the eyes of the group when you’re at the front, not making any sudden movements that might endanger the rider behind you, and looking out for someone who’s having a hard time keeping up. For many cyclists, it becomes more than a badge of honour. It becomes metaphor for life.
Gravelocity’s guides are dedicated to being Good Wheels, sharing great routes and local treasures enthusiastically and safely. By doing that, we believe it leads to fond memories of Good Times, chasing Abundant Adventure around every corner or over every rise in the road.
About Rich Martyn
A passionate cyclist with more than a decade of experience as a ride captain on both road and gravel, Rich knows what makes a great ride. With 30 years in television as a writer/director/producer, Rich also knows what makes a great story. Now, he’s mapping out a new route that combines those skills, creating “narrative adventures” for avid cyclists.
But Rich isn’t alone. He’s assembled a team of veteran ride leaders who share his passion and enthusiasm. So whether you ride with Rich or with another guide, you’ll be left with a library of tales to tell for years to come.