100 km / 62 mi
  • Clearly marked route
  • GPX Files provide
  • Printable queue sheet
  • Aid Stations
  • Event photography

Waukon the amazing roads in Northeastern Iowa

All of the rides on the Iowa Gravel Series are friendly to new and experienced riders; but Waukon and Allamakee county might surprise you. Each corner of Iowa is unique, but the “driftless” roads North of Waukon and East of Decorah are some of the best we’ve experienced. Mother nature has created an amazing series of long valleys and steep ridges. But, if you plan it just right (and we think we’ve got something good), you can spend the day exploring all the beauty of the Upper Iowa River and Waterloo river bottoms in the way God intended… on a gravel bike.

Make no mistake, there’s a bit more climbing in Waukon than the Silver City race, but it’s absolutely worth it.

DateSaturday June 18th, 2021
Start time7:00AM
Start locationAllamakee County Fairgrounds
Distance100 km / 62 mi
Climbing elevationAbout 3300 ft
Meal OptionWaukon City Club

Event Details

  • June 17th – Packet pickup available at Waukon City Club from 6:00PM to 8:00PM

  • June 18th

    6:00AM – Check-in opens at the Allamakee County Fairgrounds
    6:50AM – Line-up for neutral start from fairgrounds to Spirit Rd.
    7:00AM – Leave fairgrounds under neutral start. ~2 mile warm up from fairground to Spirit Rd.
    8:00AM – First aid station opens at mile 17 on Iverson Bottom Rd.
    9:00AM – Second aid station opens just past mile 40 on River Rd.
    10:00AM – First aid station closes
    Noon – Second aid station closes
    1:00PM – Sweep starts on route.
    2:00PM – Route sweep complete, all racers still on the route are on their own for support.


    Once the first three racers in the men’s and women’s divisions cross the finish line, we’ll take pictures of them on the podium.

  • Week of June 20th – Start looking for links to photos in your inbox!

More photos available from shared album