Bolle’ “The ONE Premium” Helmet: Quick Review

Bolle' "The ONE Premium" Helmet: Quick Review- by Guitar Ted & Grannygear Helmets are required equipment that riders must
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Bolle’ “The ONE Premium” Helmet: Quick Review

Cantu Rova Gravel Wheelset: Getting Rolling

Cantu Rova Gravel Wheelset: Getting Rolling – by MG Avid readers know that we write a lot about wheels
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Cantu Rova Gravel Wheelset: Getting Rolling

Otso Cycles Waheela S: Getting Rolling

Otso Cycles Waheela S: Getting Rolling- by Guitar Ted Gravel bikes. It used to be a term that meant
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Otso Cycles Waheela S: Getting Rolling

Spurcycle Saddle Bag: Quick Review

Spurcycle Saddle Bag: Quick Review- by Guitar Ted Cyclists need to carry stuff. Now just what kind, shape, and
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Spurcycle Saddle Bag: Quick Review

Wahoo Elemnt Bolt GPS Cycling Computer: Checkpoint

Back in April, I introduced you to the Wahoo Elemnt Bolt GPS cycling computer we have on test.
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Wahoo Elemnt Bolt GPS Cycling Computer: Checkpoint

Gravel Grinder News: Shimano PRO Introduces Flared Drop Bars, Bags

Gravel Grinder News: Shimano PRO Introduces Flared Drop Bars, Bags- by Guitar Ted The world of cycling information is
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Gravel Grinder News: Shimano PRO Introduces Flared Drop Bars, Bags

Shimano XC-5 Shoes: Quick Review

Shimano XC-5 Shoes: Quick Review- by Guitar Ted Recently I "blew out" my favorite shoes for riding gravel. They
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Shimano XC-5 Shoes: Quick Review

Kenda Flintridge Pro Tires: At The Finish

Kenda Flintridge Pro Tires: At The Finish- by Guitar Ted The Summer is here and so is the time
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Kenda Flintridge Pro Tires: At The Finish

Industry Nine Ultralite 235 CX TRA Wheels: Checkpoint

Industry Nine Ultralite 235 CX TRA Wheels: Checkpoint- by Guitar Ted The Industry Nine Ultralite 235 CX TRA wheels
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Industry Nine Ultralite 235 CX TRA Wheels: Checkpoint

Irwin Cycling Arlo GX 27 Wheels: At The Finish

Irwin Cycling Arlo GX 27 Wheels: At The Finish- by Guitar Ted Wheels are important and they can make
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Irwin Cycling Arlo GX 27 Wheels: At The Finish

Ghost Roads

  Ghost Roads- by Grannygear Ghost roads. Across the country there are roads with a history; roads once used
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Ghost Roads

Silca Tattico Bluetooth Mini-Pump: Second Opinion

On my rides, I often ponder the value of technology in cycling. Innovation is an oft-used word in
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Silca Tattico Bluetooth Mini-Pump: Second Opinion


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.


[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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Mammoth Classic highlighted by Roots Rated

From Roots Rated: Read more of the highlighted Mammoth Classic by Roots Rated Have you raced it, have some experience to share, or have some questions about the Mammoth Gravel Classic, share on the Riding Gravel Forum thread. If you have some gravel news, you would like to share, contact us.    

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The Filthy 50 Returns

Minnesota is filled with options for riding and racing on gravel roads. If you missed out last year on the new The Filthy 50, you can get in on it this year. Find out all about it below. From MN Bike Trail Navigator: After the success and all of the positive feedback that was a […]

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Raleigh Tamland 2

Guitar Ted posted yesterday that he just got the new Raleigh Tamland 2 in the house. He gives a background of what’s up with his connection to the bike. Watch for a review coming sometime soon. Read more about it on Guitar Ted’s blog. If you’d like to check out other rider questions and comments […]

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New Challenge Tires at NAHBS

There seems to be a growing trend of component makers showing off new goods at NAHBS. With the spring “gravel” racing season heating up, it seems natural for tires to make an appearance. Challenge was on hand with some tires that were debuted at Frostbike. CXMagazine.com highlighted the NAHBS showing. From CX Magazine: “Challenge has […]

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Panaracer Gravelking Tires

From NAHBS Website: “Panaracer Gravelking Tires:  NAHBS 2013 saw a trend in “all road” or “all surface” bikes; like cyclocross bikes with geometries more suited for rides lasting longer than 60 minutes plus a lap.  It seems the tire industry was well behind that trend because it was a challenge finding higher volume tires that […]

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Vassago TKO

This “Gravel News” page of ours is fairly new, so we will get caught up and into the now with the crazy amount of gravel news going around these days. Here is one that didn’t seem to get much coverage. The titanium Vassago TKO. The TKO is titanium, has clearance for 45’s, and comes in […]

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Trans Iowa to be Featured in Silent Sports Magazine

This year’s Trans Iowa will be highlighted in a story in Silent Sports Magazine. Chris Schotz will be reporting. If you have any questions, comments, pictures, or information you’d like to share about Trans Iowa, check out the Riding Gravel Forum thread. Do you have news about an event, a race, products, or anything else […]

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Land Run 100 Results Posted

In case you missed it, the Land Run 100 results have been posted here   If you raced the Land Run 100, have pictures, thoughts, comments, or just want to share your experience, check out the Riding Gravel Forum thread. Do you have news about an event, a race, products, or anything else gravel-specific? Contact […]

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Burleigh County Cup Registration Open

The Burleigh County Cup near Bismarck, North Dakota has opened up registration as of yesterday. Description for the ride site: “This will be a self supported event (there will not be a drop bag option this year, though you will be passing through the starting area at mile 60, so you can refuel then if needed) on […]

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