<Back to News Home | It has been some time since the last update on the Nano 40 TCS tires here, but I have several miles on them now and I ...
<Back to News Home Monday Motivation: Clouds– As riders we are often left to contemplate things one doesn’t seem to have time for- or perhaps more accurately- make time for- ...
<Back to News Home | Monday Motivation: Route Finding– Looking for a new loop to train on? Need to find a route for an event or just for fun? Sure, you ...
<Back to News Home | J.Paks SnakPak: Quick Review by Matt Gersib It’s a very good time for those interested in getting out for extended gravel adventures. Never before have ...
<Back to News Home Panaracer Gravel King Tires: Quick Review- In the world of bicycles, only one component has more influence over your ride than any other. More than a ...
<Back to News Home | Getting Rolling: The Twin Six Standard Rando is billed as a “jack knife” of a bike, which means it could go several ways, depending upon the vision of the builder. We are looking at one aspect of this bike- that of a gravel rig- so this review will be about whether […]
<Back to News Home Monday Motivation: Share The Road– We are all familiar with the various “Share The Road” movements regarding cycling. They are almost always centered around road cycling, but don’t kid yourself. Gravel roads sometimes require a “sharing of the road” as well, as evidenced by a recent ride where we had to […]
<Back to News Home Salsa Cycles, long a supporter of gravel road and adventure riding, has introduced a new handle bar dubbed the Cowchipper. At first glance the name might suggest a cross between a Woodchipper Bar, Salsa’s off roading drop bar, and the very popular Cowbell Bar which has become a darling of the […]
<Back to News Home Editor’s Note: This is the story of a SoCal guy, (Grannygear), and his pursuit of an “all-road” bike for adventures that fall between full-on mountain biking and road riding. In this post we will get a feel for where he is coming from and why he chose a Salsa Cycles Warbird […]
<Back to News Home | Monday Motivation: Adventure! The weekend past was an adventure. Some might call it the Dirty Kanza 200, but it was also in large part an adventure race, replete with a 3 mile hike-a-bike in mud, and several water crossings mixed in with a lot of grit and rocks. You can listen […]
<Back to News Home Twin Six is a well known apparel company from Minneapolis, Minnesota and was started in 2005 by partners Ryan Carlson and Brent Gale. Since the beginning, Twin Six has developed a very unique, identifiable look and feel to their apparel which has struck a chord with cyclists from all across the […]
<Back to News Home We are forgoing the traditional Monday Motivation this week to honor those that gave their lives in service to this country. Riding Gravel would like to extend our deepest gratitude and we will never forget what these brave men and women have done so we can do what we do. Discuss […]
<Back to News Home | Pedal iSSi II Triple Clipless Pedals: Quick Review: Over a month ago, we introduced the Pedal iSSi Triple model clipless pedals. These pedals have a Shimano compatible cleat and the pedal also interfaces well with Shimano cleats. Here’s my thoughts after riding them on several gravel rides, on two different bikes, […]
<Back to News Home | Monday Motivation: Facing The Challenge: When an event is created or announced again for the coming year, you might be a bit afraid, anxious, or maybe just down right crazy, but you sign on and accept the challenge anyway. In the coming weeks, the Riding Gravel team will be facing its […]
<Back to News Home Soma Fabrications “Junebug” Bar: Quick Review: In the world of handle bars, there are road drop bars, mountain bike bars of several various types, and a few strange, “alternative bars”. Some of those bars, like “TT” bars, “bull horns”, and the like are well known bars for specific purposes. Then there […]