I'm Not Worthy
The Durham Destroyer routes hit the best Gravel, Dirt, Trails and Rail Trail that the Region has to offer. The Full Monty and Tapping out do venture into the Kawarathas due to their Epic Distance.
Although the official routes start in Port Perry, they can be tackled from any point along the route.
Whatever route you take, enjoy the journey and challenge.
I’m Not Worthy
The Durham Destroyer Full Monty has a little sibling and it’s I’m Not Worthy. Make no mistake about it, this is one challenging Gravel Century ride. Packing in an impressive 2000m of elevation gain over the 160kms, this route packs a punch. The first 20 kilometers hit you hard with a series of sharp stinging climbs and then relents a little as the terrain flattens slightly before depositing you on some rail trail where you can relax for a bit as you ride towards Uxbridge. This is the only spot for food resupply on the route. Leaving Uxbridge you tackle over 20kms of flowy single/double track trails until you rejoin the gravel roads and a last opportunity to fill up your bottles at the chalk lake Spring at km87. The remainder of the route is packed with more climbing and the notorious sandy sections on Byers and Boundary roads. Only upon arriving at the routes finish will you be able to answer the question… Are you Worthy?
This route was created by the Durham Destroyer.
I’m not Worthy was not created by the team at Bikepack Adventures. It’s sharing on this website is for informational purposes only. For more detailed information on this route, including the latest updates and POIs, visit the Durham Destroyer website.