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Oklahoma boasts a history rich in Native American culture. The open space and country side provide an escape from the daily grind of the city. They invite you into a quieter, simpler place. As you ride into the rolling hills of Oklahoma you witness a land that is pure and uncut. This land housed nearly 67 different tribes. This land provided food for families, freedom for children to run, and freedom in general.

The goal of the Native Lands Events (Classic in the Spring and Tour in the Fall) is to take you into the country.

CLASSIC- (MARCH 20th 2016) Step up to the challenge of riding your bike through some of Oklahoma’s most pristine countryside. Native Lands Classic is you and your teammates accepting the route and the elements,  the gravel and the open skies, and the weakest part of each other in pursuit of the ride. NLC was built on a gentlemens style race that allows teammates to work together to navigate and finish the course. We wanted an event that escaped the normal road race or crit race scenarios and challenged riders in a new way. NLC will challenge you beyond what you expect, but I promise the experience will not disappoint!

TOUR- (OCTOBER 15th-16th)We invite you to challenge yourself on a journey into the Oklahoma countryside. This ride is a self supported (almost) adventure. We want you to cut loose, enjoy just riding, and enjoy time away from the city. Enjoy friends. The plan is to ride north. Our destination is Osage Park. There we will camp, eat, enjoy some music and some time around the campfire. The following morning we will rise for coffee, breakfast, and then break camp for more breathtaking miles! Expect 60-80 miles (per day) of paved roads, flat roads, gravel roads, back roads, hills, oil fields, open pasture land, long horns and tall grass to challenge you. Open your eyes and see Oklahoma!

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