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The State of Gravel Cycling

Peter Abraham Jan 11 Based on the time I’ve spent riding and working in gravel cycling over the last few years, I wanted to share my thoughts on where we’re at. We’re in the middle of an inflection point in the growth of gravel, and it’s worth looking at where the...

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TOP 12 MOST INFLUENTIAL GRAVEL EVENTS OF 2020

GRAVELSTOKE REPORTS  JANUARY 6, 2020 While 2019 was certainly a landmark year for gravel with loads of new bike launches, big event turnouts and pros leaving the tour for the “supple life”, 2020 is set to be an interesting year for our beloved sport. Events have...

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Five Gravel Rides to Add to Your Bucket List

YOU’RE GOING TO NEED A BIGGER BUCKET—AND A NEW BIKE—AFTER YOU READ THIS LIST. BY A.C. SHILTON Dec 19, 2019 Hyoung Chang/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty ImagesGetty Images Over the past few years, towns and small cities around the U.S. have chosen to un-pave...

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SBT GRVL registration opens Dec. 3

News | November 5, 2019 Shelby Reardon sreardon@steamboatpilot.com Last year, the field was 1,500 strong, split between three routes of varying distances. The 2020 race hopes to feature 2,000 riders across four routes. The big bad black route was a doozy at 144 miles,...

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Why Gravel Is the New American Road Racing

INTRIGUED? THESE NINE SMART STRATEGIES CAN HELP YOU GET IN ON THE GREAT GRAVEL ROAD RACING REVOLUTION. BY SELENE YEAGER Oct 15, 2019 Wil Matthews Photo Ten years ago, “gravel grinding” was a quirky offshoot of the sport: type II Midwestern fun, but not something most...

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NINER X PELOTON | PART 3: HAUSWALD CHOSE A NINER

Words by Yuri Hauswald, Images by David Oh There are a few cardinal rules of bike racing that you try to never break in the lead-up to a race: Never mess with your nutrition or try something new on race day and, if at all possible, never race a bike without test...

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NINER X PELOTON|PART 2: HAUSWALD IN STEAMBOAT

It’s no secret that the sleepy little town of Steamboat Springs in the Rockies of Colorado—located in the upper valley of the Yampa River along U.S. Highway 40 just west of the Continental Divide and Rabbit Ears Pass—is a powder hound’s playground in the winter. But...

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