Look forward to 8-9 May 2021, when Grejsdalsløbet road cycling race will be held once again. The new programme is not yet in place, but below you can view last year’s exciting programme.
Denmark’s toughest recreational bike race, Grejsdalsløbet is open for everyone. You can sign up for 4 different competitions: A 38-km race where you can also use an electric bike. A 85-km race, which is aimed at riders relatively new to hill climbs. A 140-km race, which is aimed at recreational riders who have successfully trained during the spring, and finally the 'Spring Classic' of 210 km. This route is the ultimate challenge even for well-trained and experienced riders. The finish line for this route is at the top of one of Vejle’s steepest hill climbs, Gl. Kongevej, with a maximum gradient of 19.10%.
The race takes place in the terrain around Vejle and offers a variety of experiences. The routes run through spring green forests and meander along the beautiful valley of Vejle Ådal, providing opportunities for great cycling experiences for all recreational riders.
As something new, gravel road racing was introduced to the Grejsdalsløbet in 2019. For the first time, a 100-km gravel route was used, which meanders through Vejle and the surrounding Ice Age landscape.
All information about the events can be found on the race website, where you can also register for the race: www.grejsdalsloebet.dk