<Back to News Home | Fresh Gravel: Feedback Sports Omnium Trainer debuts at Eurobike: Fall is coming on fast, and the days grow shorter. Your regular after-work ride gets cut back ...
<Back to News Home | Pedal iSSi Triple Clipless Pedals: Long Term Review- We received the Pedal iSSi Triple model a while back and told you we liked them HERE. Then ...
<Back to News Home | Editor’s Note: This Quick Review came about as our contributor, Grannygear, happens to know the owner of this model and got him to write up his ...
<Back to News Home | Monday Motivation: Gravel Worlds 2015- Gravel Worlds happened over the weekend and it was a great event marked by lots of wind, dust, and heat. The ...
<Back to News Home | Monday Motivation: Keep Up The Stoke– With the days running shorter, college cranking up, and the kids going back to school, it is easy to start ...
<Back to News Home Tubeless tires for gravel road pursuits are few and far between at the time of this writing. That will likely change as we go forward in 2016 and beyond, but for now, the Nano 40 TCS from WTB is really one of the only games in town. That gives it an […]
<Back to News Home Gevenalle Canti Pads: Quick Review– Brakes- If there is one thing I always think about when it comes to these components it is this: “Stopping is a good thing!” If your brakes are not slowing you down in a controlled and hopefully quiet manner then there can be some unwanted issues! […]
<Back to News Home | At The Finish: Well, the Standard Rando is all boxed up and on its way back to Twin Six HQ as I write this final verdict on the green machine. Short version of this review is as follows: “I’m going to miss this bike.” For those who would like to read […]
<Back to News Home The ubiquitous top tube bag has become something of a “must have” for many cyclists of different disciplines now over the past ten years or so. Triathletes, bike packers, mountain bikers, and long distance riders on road or gravel have gravitated toward using these sorts of accessories. Most commonly referred to […]
<Back to News Home Warbird Part Three…Peaking and Tweaking- by Grannygear Seldom do purely stock bike builds work for me 100%. Something has to be adjusted, tweaked, and peaked. A saddle or a set of tires, maybe a handlebar. Sometimes it might be something more drastic like gearing changes. Now, since this was a frame […]
<Back to News Home | Raleigh Introduces 2016 Gravel Bikes- by Guitar Ted Raleigh has been very proactive in getting into the gravel road bike/all road biking scene. It’s no secret here on RidingGravel.com that Raleigh tapped my opinions on what makes a great gravel road bike and made the Tamland series using 100% of my […]
<Back to News Home | Scott Sports published a press release today announcing a new bicycle aimed at gravel racing. Dubbed the “Addict Gravel Disc”, the bike bears a strikingly similar look to the previously announced 2016 Addict CX-10 cyclo cross bike. In fact, it very well may be the same bike. If it isn’t, the […]
<Back to News Home | Are you still running rim brakes? Not that there is anything wrong with that, mind you, but as you probably have figured out by now, the bicycle industry has decided you need disc brakes on your bicycles. Well, in a self-described “….last hurrah for rim braking”, Gevenalle has released these fine […]
<Back to News Home | The “Standard Rando” from cycling apparel company, Twin Six, is a surprising bicycle with a slightly misleading name. One might think it merely is a steel pavement bike for those long distance nutters that have to ride through “controls” in their events. Well, it is a lot more than just that. […]
<Back to News Home | The handle bar market is crammed with choices for your drop bar bike. However; when it comes to drop bars that are designed for off road riding, the playing field gets real narrow. Fortunately, Salsa Cycles has a few bikes that are designed for riding drop bars in the dirt and […]