Gravel Grinder News: Sea Otter ’18

 Gravel Grinder News: Sea Otter '18- by Grannygear The annual Sea Otter bicycle festival occurred over the weekend and
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Gravel Grinder News: Sea Otter ’18

Marque Handle Bar Tape: Quick Review

Marque Handle Bar Tape: Quick Review- by Guitar Ted Handle bar tape is not often spoken of. However; since
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Marque Handle Bar Tape: Quick Review

Vitamina CL Sealant Additive: Quick Review

Vitamina CL Sealant Additive: Quick Review- by Guitar Ted Tubeless tires for bicycles are not like tubeless tires for
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Vitamina CL Sealant Additive: Quick Review

The Riding Gravel Light Round-Up: Light and Motion Imjin 800

The Riding Gravel Light Round-Up: Light and Motion Imjin 800- by Grannygear Since there is only one sample left
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The Riding Gravel Light Round-Up: Light and Motion Imjin 800

Redshift Sports Debuts ShockStop Seat Post

Redshift Sports Debuts ShockStop Seat Post- by Guitar Ted Readers may recall our reviews of the ShockStop Stem here
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Redshift Sports Debuts ShockStop Seat Post

Irwin Cycling Arlo GX 27 Wheels: Getting Rolling

Irwin Cycling Arlo GX 27 Wheels: Getting Rolling- by Guitar Ted The review on the Irwin Cycling Aon Carbon
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Irwin Cycling Arlo GX 27 Wheels: Getting Rolling

Gravel Grinder News: Shimano Clutch Derailleur, Wheels, & Locks

Gravel Grinder News: Shimano Clutch Derailleur, Wheels, & Locks- by Guitar Ted As we approach Sea Otter later this
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Gravel Grinder News: Shimano Clutch Derailleur, Wheels, & Locks

Kenda Flintridge Pro Tires: Getting Rolling

Kenda Flintridge Pro Tires: Getting Rolling- by Guitar Ted The tires for gravel/adventure bikes just keep popping up, but
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Kenda Flintridge Pro Tires: Getting Rolling

Cirrus Cycles Kinekt Seat Post: Checkpoint

Guitar Ted introduced you to the new Kinekt isolation seat post from Cirrus Cycles back in late-February (click
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Cirrus Cycles Kinekt Seat Post: Checkpoint

Ritchey Outback: At The Finish

Ritchey Outback: At The Finish- by Grannygear Editor's Note: Due to the limited time we were able to have
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Ritchey Outback: At The Finish

The Riding Gravel Light Round-Up: Light And Motion Taz 1200

The Riding Gravel Light Round-Up: Light And Motion Taz 1200- by Grannygear While the Imjin 800 from Light and
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The Riding Gravel Light Round-Up: Light And Motion Taz 1200

Irwin Cycling Aon GX 35 650B Carbon Wheels: Checkpoint

Irwin Cycling Aon GX 35 650B Carbon Wheels: Checkpoint- by Guitar Ted The 650B wheel choices are proliferating at
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Irwin Cycling Aon GX 35 650B Carbon Wheels: Checkpoint


RIDING GRAVEL IS THE HOME OF GRAVEL CYCLING

Welcome to Riding Gravel. Our goal is to connect the gravel community and bring you information and resources to improve your experience. The unpaved route is more interesting and adventurous, and (we think) it’s the best route.


Rebecca’s Private Idaho

The good group at Rebecca’s Private Idaho sent over some info to share with you. “Ride in the wake of glaciers as Rebecca’s Private Idaho returns to the high country of world champion Rebecca Rusch’s Ketchum, Idaho backyard. Take on either the 94- or 56-mile routes of grueling gravel-strewn wonder with hundreds of cyclists at […]

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Mountain Bike Radio Membership

Our friends over at Mountain Bike Radio are offering up a great opportunity to get some great deals and support a great community all at the same time: From the Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page: Did you know that you can get access to 15% off Elevated Legs 20% off CarboRocket 15% off Wolf Tooth […]

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AntiEpic 160 Final Course Map Posted

“The AntiEpic 160 is a free, unsupported gravel bike ride that begins and ends at Pikes Peak Brewing in Monument, Colorado. You can ride whatever bike you’d like – gravel-specific, mountain bike, or road. Go fast, go social, go however you’d like. Just realize that you are completely responsible for yourself. It’s early April, so […]

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Dirty Kanza Lodging Information Posted

If you’re headed to the Dirty Kanza and looking for lodging information, they recently posted some details for you. Read the details here. If you have any questions, comments, or want to share some pictures, check out the Riding Gravel Forum thread. Do you have news about an event, a race, products, or anything else […]

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Grind It Til You Find It Limited Tshirts

We have been working with a couple of our friends recently to come up with some fun and cool tshirt designs. This design is done by Justin Piontek Graphic Design. Justin is not only a creative graphic guy, he’s a hell of a racer as well. In 2013, he finished 8th in the Wisconsin Off […]

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Barry-Roubaix this weekend

The very popular Barry-Roubaix Killer Gravel Road Race is this Saturday, March 22 in Hastings, Michigan. There are 24, 36, and 62-mile options to accomodate riders of any level.  It’s the unofficial start of the season in the Upper Midwest. Last year, a total of 2,150 riders participated in all of the distances  – 361 […]

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[Editorial] Gravel is not a Fad

NOTE: This is normally the news feed, but occasionally we will be posting editorial pieces. – by Ben, creator of Riding Gravel Riding Gravel This website started last fall after some coercing from Andy at pedal of Littleton to get a gravel ride going in the fall after interest in the spring AntiEpic. It was […]

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