Gravel Riding on the Refuge

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The folks at Dirty Freehub, a group dedicated to bicycling on gravel and dirt roads virtually stopped by to interview Reta Rutledge about riding the roads on the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge. We have over 200 miles of dirt roads on the refuge, just the right challenge for gravel riders.

Here is the podcast.

They have also created several routes on the refuge and in the adjoining Nogales District of the Coronado National Forest.

The details of the 35 mile Buenos Aires route can be found HERE.

The details of the 46 mile Buenos Aires – Arivaca route can be found HERE.

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