A gravel bike ride adventure like none before!
We are incredibly excited to announce a very special new cycling endeavor and partnership, with a very special locale—the Gamble Ranch located in the Berryessa region of Napa County.
This pioneering gravel event is limited to 50 guests.
For the first time ever, (repeat ever), the beautiful 6,000 acre Ranch will be open to the public for a gravel and dirt bike ride adventure like none before.
You know us. We’re all about the food. We’re planning for hearty heaps of post ride cycling glory.
Hot coffee in the early morning and cold beverages of many kinds will be awaiting your finish line cross.
Experience private roads and trails as you meander up, down and around the wildlife of this vast property. The miles are rugged, undulating, and gloriously beautiful. Don’t let the distance fool you. Your legs and heart will be shouting and pumping on these short and steep climbs. You'll be out conquering "The Wrangler."
- Courses include gravel roads, dirt roads, single track, asphalt and river crossings (hike-a-bike). It truly is an adventure ride.
- Long Route: 40 miles* (3,500 ft climbing)
- Long Route X 2: Do the math!
- Short Route: 20 miles* (2,000 ft climbing)
- Gravel bikes. Mountain bikes. But not Road bikes.
- Limited to 50 riders
*Estimated: maps will be posted.
After the ride, we'll throw down CampoVelo style, with awesome food by Chef Chris Cosentino, wine and beer. We’ll share stories from the day's adventure and celebrate our accomplishments with old and new friends as we hear the strumming from live musicians.
They're back! Part Special Guest. Part Educator & Entertainer. Part Camp Counselor. 100% Fun.
CampoVelo Co-Founder, Chef, Cyclist, Philanthropist & Author
Mountain Biker & 2015 DK/UNBOUND Gravel 200 Winner
Bertus van Zyl
Head Winemaker for Farm Collective and Co-Owner of Belong Wine Co.
Winemaker of the Year: "San Francisco Chronicle" and "Food & Wine Magazine"
Peace of Mind Policy
Our new reality: COVID-19. Please read important information about our event Covid-19 protocols and the 2021 event cancellation policy.
Please read important information about our COVID-19 event protocols and cancellation policy. Our goal is to be fully transparent on the status of hosting our groups during these fluid and uncertain times.
Campovelo will adhere to and follow all required COVID-19 State and County health guidelines from the California Department of Public Health. This includes all stated and required safety protocols which include social distancing and wearing masks. We take the health and well-being of our guests and our team very seriously, and will take every measure necessary to ensure that our weekend experience is safe for everyone.
An additional event health waiver showing proof that you are COVID-19 free will be required 24-hours prior to your arrival. Proof may include a recent negative test result or a copy of your vaccination card.
2021 Event Cancellation Policy
If we are unable to hold an event due to COVID-19 related issues, participants will have the option of transferring their registration to our 2022 events.
For any questions about registration, please contact our longtime concierge, Rita, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310.486.9545 to get you situated and squared away, and most importantly ready to ride!