• The Rides

    The Six Gap Century's ultra challenging route takes you up and down six of the steepest climbs in the North Georgia Mountains. Test your stamina with more than 11,200 feet of vertical climbing over the 104 mile course. The Three Gap Fifty’s alternative route offers half the gaps and half the distance, but is nevertheless a demanding and challenging course at 58 miles. Read More
  • The Criterium

    Hundreds of competitive adult and youth cyclists are expected to compete in 10 races on Saturday, September 24 for the 6th Annual Six Gap Criterium. The Six Gap Criterium provides a one-kilometer, closed circuit for bicycle racers in the heart of downtown Dahlonega. Read More
  • King of the Mountain

    The Six Gap Century is known for being the toughest ride and having the steepest climbs in the southeast. Many of you return year after year to test your abilities and to conquer the gaps. The KOM designation will be bestowed only on the most skilled cycling athletes who can successfully take on the ultra steep climbs. Read More
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Latest News

  • Six Gap Times & Ride Photography

    OFFICIAL RIDE & CRITERIUM TIMING Timing is provided by Start 2 Finish Event Management. Any discrepancies in your results need to be reported directly to Start 2 Finish (click on the "Results Questions?" link in the upper-right hand corner). If you were a Three Gap rider that started before the advertised start time (8:30 am), email Neal Boyd with Start Read More
  • Congratulations 2016 KOM Winners

      We are pleased to announce the winners from the Six Gap & Three Gap KOM Challenge! SIX GAP KOMMale 34 & Under - Winston David, Greenville, SC - Time 41:42 Overall (Wolfpen 14:33, Hogpen 27:09)Female 34 & Under - Nina Laughlin, Pisgah Forest, NC - Time 56:56 (Wolfpen 20:26, Hogpen 36:30) Male 35-54 - Tracy Saine, Dahlonega, GA - Time 43:46 (Wolfpen 15:19, Hogpen 28:27)Female Read More
  • Six Gap Supports Georgia Bikes!

    The Six Gap Century & Three Gap Fifty is proud to support Georgia Bikes this year! One dollar of every registration supports Georgia Bikes, and is used to increase bicyclist safety through education, outreach, and better streets and trails. As a Chamber of Commerce, we have enjoyed working with Georgia Bikes on various initatives over the years to support our Read More
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