Entries close at 10pm tonight for Raiders Gravel, a three-stage gravel event held in the beautiful wilderness of Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland.
The second edition of Raiders Gravel takes place on the weekend of 31 August - 3 September in Gatehouse of Fleet.
Held over four days and three stages in the Galloway Forest Park in South-West Scotland, you'll ride more than 230km on some of the UK's best gravel, in one of the country's quietest, most beautiful areas.Find out more and enter at raidersgravel.com.
The route is fully marked, with water points and medical support along the way. Chip timing and results will be provided, along with rider tracking to help you keep track of your friends' progress.
Back at event HQ there'll be live music and entertainment, a bar, secure bag drop, charging points for your phone and devices. Entry also includes event photography and finishers' medals to commemorate an epic weekend's riding.
The three stages run from Friday to Sunday, with a social ride down to the coast on the Thursday evening followed by a performance from the Blackbird Opera.
After stage one, Edinburgh-based adventure cycling legend Markus Stitz will host chats with Vedangi Kulkarni, the youngest woman to ride round the world and Rich and James Rothwell who completed the gruelling Highland Trail 550 when James was just 11 years old.
Then, on Saturday night there's live music from Dumfries-based band, The Dogz who'll keep you entertained playing classic tunes in their own raucous, raw rock 'n' roll style!
Entries close at 10pm tonight at raidersgravel.com.