<Back to News Home | The Boneshaker Gravel Series of three events that take place in the late Winter/Spring has announced the addition of two more events to its series. ...
Editor’s Note: With this being the first “Riding Gravel Rolling Review”, we are introducing some new terminology with the tried and true “long format” review process I have employed since ...
Editor’s Note: In the merge with Gravel Grinder News we knew there was a wealth of reviewed tires, bicycles, and components that might be a good resource on the new ...
Riding Gravel’s Event Calendar Needs Your Event Dates – by Guitar Ted If you, or anyone you know is involved in gravel event promotions, listen up. We need to update ...
A warm spell across much of the country sent avid cyclists scurrying for some coveted “outside time”. I was not immune to such persuasions. The scene here is from Iowa ...
<Back to News Home | Do you need to be able to consistently set your tire pressures with an accuracy of .05psi? Do you want a pump gauge with 1/2 psi accuracy that is reliable down to 4psi? Well step this way and see the Silca Ultimate LP. Obviously the Silca Ultimate pump preceded this […]
<Back to News Home | It is no secret that bicycle companies are looking for more sales in what industry analysts all agree is a “flat market’ for sales growth. That means that sometimes we see some strange marketing ideas and things are not quite what they are presented to be in a ploy to […]
<Back to News Home | StaFast Suspension Stem Debuts- by Guitar Ted Allsop, Girvin, JD Components, Softride…… You “old school” mountain bikers know what I’m talking about, and you probably are either shuddering at the memories of riding one of those components or are enjoying a wry smile and thinking derisive thoughts. It’s fair to […]
<Back to News Home | Gravel Grinder News Merges with Riding Gravel Please read the official release below for the full information. But, yes, you read that correctly. After a lot of work on both sites separately, Guitar Ted and I (Ben Welnak), have brought our collective works together into one source for riders. Because we know […]
<Back to News Home | Our friends at the Dirty Kanza are busy getting things ready for the 2015 edition and have passed along the following information. Registration opens: January 10th, 2015 Dirty Kanza Training Camp: Thursday, March 26 – Sunday, March 29th, 2015 Rider Sign-In/Expo: Friday, May 29, 2015 Race Day: Saturday, May […]
<Back to News Home | Monday Motivation- by RGBen We’re going to start a little deal on Mondays and see how it goes. If it goes well, people dig it, and people participate, then we’ll keep it rolling. If not, it’ll go the way of the first generation of SRAM hydraulic road brakes… It’s Monday […]
<Back to News Home | Raleigh Makes A Distinction Between CX And Gravel Bikes- by Guitar Ted As time went on in the 2000’s and gravel riding became more popular it was becoming apparent that the machines we were riding were not the best suited to the task. The bicycles we used “worked”, that much […]
<Back to News & Reviews Home | TRP Spyre Quick Review: by Guitar Ted Many folks have asked me over the time I have had my Tamland Two about the brakes on it. The TRP Spyre calipers are a unique brake and are a direct competitor with the aging Avid BB-7 mechanical brake. Okay, let’s […]
<Back to News Home | Bikerumor posted about the new Moots Routt 45 gravel bike today. The Routt name is a nod to Routt County, the county that Moots HQ calls home. The Routt 45 is an updated version of last year’s standard Psychlo-X/Routt and it seems as if the updates have given riders a great, albeit […]
<Back to News Home | Thanks to Bikerumor for keeping us all in the loop. As reported today by Bikerumor: “On the gravel front, the new Krypton XRoad borrows the new 5007HM carbon layup of the standard Krypton and adds disc brakes and clearance for 32c tires. Combine that with a 27.2 […]