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How SBT GRVL Drove Female Participation in its First Year

SBT GRVL held its inaugural event this year in Steamboat Springs, Colorado and took the gravel scene by storm. Seemingly out of nowhere, the vision borne out of three cyclists materialized into a fantastically sought-after event that sold out in just six days. The...

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First Year of SBT GRVL in the Books

Successful First Year of SBT GRVL in the Books Steamboat, Colo., hosted over 1,500 riders from 50 states and seven countries for the inaugural gravel race experience STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (Aug. 27, 2019) – The town of Steamboat Springs uniquely melds Colorado...

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Hope springs eternal at SBT GRVL

Chris Case August 23, 2019 Although he tried really hard to do so, Chris Case didn't crack at the gorgeous, demanding, and high-paced inaugural edition of SBT GRVL. Wispy pillows of fog floated above the gurgling Yampa River as we pedaled out of downtown Steamboat...

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2019 SBT GRVL Photo Gallery & Life at the Pointy End

 August 22, 2019 JOM “Perhaps one of the most memorable facets of the inaugural SBT GRVL race, which launched with three course distances that wove through the beautiful rural gravel roads in and around Steamboat Springs, Colorado, is the fact that the event drew 400...

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The 2019 SBT GRVL Experience – Steamboat Springs, Colorado

 August 22, 2019 JOM “SBT GRVL will be remembered for the beauty, challenge and for being the best overall racing experience in the United States for both racers and their families” – sbtgrvl.com That is a bold claim to make, but after making the trip to Steamboat...

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Gallery: SBT GRVL in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Approximately 1,500 riders turned up for the inaugural SBT GRVL race last Sunday in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The event offered up three course options (Black, Blue, and Green), with the heartiest riders opting for the 140-mile Black route that included a leg...

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King and Chapman capture inaugural SBT GRVL race

Each earned a well-deserved $5,000 for their hard efforts on the 140-mile Black Course with 9,000 feet of climbing. Former WorldTour pro turned gravel racing maven Ted King grabbed top honors in the men’s inaugural long-course SBT GRVL race Sunday. On the women’s side...

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