Sweden is gaining popularity among cyclists. Sweden offers a perfect destination for cycling from its picturesque countryside to its challenging routes and organized events.
Sweden has something to offer if you’re a recreational rider looking for a scenic ride or a competitive cyclist looking to test your limits. Sweden’s well-maintained roads, picturesque landscapes, and supportive cycling culture make it an ideal cycling destination and Gran Fondos.
This article lists all the Gran Fondos in Sweden for the year.
|25 Mar 2023||L’Enfer du Nord||Norrköping||72, 96km|
|22 Apr 2023||Colmarp Century||Åby||40, 80, 160km|
|26 May 2023||Göteborgsgirot||Gothenburg||20, 50, 70, 140, 210km|
|16 Jun 2023||Vatternrundan||Motala||100, 150, 300km|
|1 Jul 2023||Nordic Gravel Series – Uppsala||Uppsala||20, 180, 160km|
|9 Jul 2023||Simlångsdalen Epic 2022||Simlångsdalen||64, 129km|
|22 Jul 2023||Glan Runt på Grus||Norrköping||70, 85km|
|5 Aug 2023||Storuman Gravel||Lapland||30, 50, 70, 116km|
|11 Aug 2023||Nordic Gravel Series – Bergslagen||Bergslagen||50, 100, 150km|
|18 Aug 2023||Gravel Grit n Grind||Halmstad||92, 124km|
|26 Aug 2023||Gravel Chuggin’||Norrköping||100km|
|27 Aug 2023||GFNY Uppsala||Uppsala||105, 168km|
|10 Sep 2023||Båstad 208||Båstad||142, 208km|
|14 Oct 2023||Tour de Ville||Norrköping||70km|
Alex Lee is the founder and editor-at-large of Mr. Mamil. Coming from a professional engineering background, he breaks down technical cycling nuances into an easy-to-understand and digestible format here.
He has been riding road bikes actively for the past 12 years and started racing competitively in the senior category during the summer recently.