Gritty Take: Don’t Mind That Man Behind The Curtain!

Gritty Take: Don't Mind That Man Behind The Curtain!- by Guitar Ted Years ago, as a child, we used
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Gritty Take: Don’t Mind That Man Behind The Curtain!

Floyd’s, Silca Ypsilon, Milkit: Three Quick Reviews

Floyd's, Silca Ypsilon, Milkit: Three Quick Reviews - by Grannygear Editor's Note; From time to time we have done
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Floyd’s, Silca Ypsilon, Milkit: Three Quick Reviews

Easton EA70 AX Disc Wheels: Getting Rolling

Easton EA70 AX Disc Wheels: Getting Rolling- by Guitar Ted The wheels for a bicycle are something that is
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Easton EA70 AX Disc Wheels: Getting Rolling

Cantu Rova Wheelset: At the Finish

Without a doubt, there is a lot to like about the Cantu Rova wheelset. The weight is competitive, at 1567 grams for our set. While it's true there are lighter options available, most aren't using 35mm section, 30mm wide external/24mm internal width rims.
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Cantu Rova Wheelset: At the Finish

Castelli: At The Finish-Winter Wear Review

Editor’s Note: Winter is upon us but that doesn’t mean we have to stop cycling. Our Riding
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Castelli: At The Finish-Winter Wear Review

Gravel Grinder News: Enve Debuts New Hub Range

Enve Composites announced today that a new range of Enve branded road hubs will now be available in their complete wheel sets and as sets sold separately. This range of road hubs will cover both rim brake and disc brake standards.
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Gravel Grinder News: Enve Debuts New Hub Range

Breezer Inversion Team: At The Finish

Breezer Inversion Team: At The Finish- by Grannygear The last ride on the Breezer Inversion Team before it’s return
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Breezer Inversion Team: At The Finish

Donnelly EMP 700 X 38 Tires: Checkpoint

Donnelly EMP 700 X 38 Tires: Checkpoint- by Guitar Ted The Donnelly EMP is the newest gravel specific tire
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Donnelly EMP 700 X 38 Tires: Checkpoint

Sportful Winter Gear: Winter Wear Review

Here in the Midwest, having the right gear for winter cycling is the difference between truly enjoying rides and simply suffering through them. And while some cyclists simply hide indoors when the temps take a dive, I enjoy the fresh face snow and ice add to my familiar routes. As such, I'm always on the lookout for gear that makes my winter cycling adventures more enjoyable.
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Sportful Winter Gear: Winter Wear Review

GORE Winter Clothing: Winter Wear Review Take 2

I would suggest this as a very good but not terribly exceptional outer shell.... I would have expected a much nicer pad in the bibs, and a structure that didn't put a seam in an area where the body articulates during pedaling.
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GORE Winter Clothing: Winter Wear Review Take 2

WTB Venture 650B X 47mm Tires: Getting Rolling

WTB Venture 650B X 47mm Tires: Getting Rolling- by Guitar Ted The 650B tire range from WTB's Road
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WTB Venture 650B X 47mm Tires: Getting Rolling

Silca Pista Plus Floor Pump: Quick Review

A Quick Review of the Silca Pista Plus by Guitar Ted who says, "...I have no qualms in saying the Pista Plus is a lifetime investment..."
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Silca Pista Plus Floor Pump: Quick Review

Enve G23 Wheels: At The Finish

Enve G23 Wheels: At The Finish- by Guitar Ted Wheels make the bicycle go and great wheels make that
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Enve G23 Wheels: At The Finish

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.


Camino205 Presented by American Classic

<Back to News Home Information about the Camino205 came across our desk recently and it looks like an event that Riding Gravel readers may be interested in. On October 4, 2014 riders will embark on routes of 25, 105, or 205 starting in Palestine, Texas. For more information and to get registered, head over to […]

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Gravel Worlds 2014 Results

    The increasingly popular Gravel Worlds in Lincoln, Nebraska was this past weekend. 146 riders started the 153 mile course and 112 finished.   Several time Dirty Kanza winner, Dan Hughes, took the win for the men. Karen Borgstedt and Andrea Cohen took the combined win in the women’s category in 10 hours, 36 minutes.  […]

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Cascade Gravel Grinder Challenge

There is a lot of information, posts, rides, and races rolling across our desk at Riding Gravel HQ! Here is another race! Check it out in Idaho on Saturday, September 6th. Read on for more information. Be sure to tell them you heard about it on Riding Gravel. Cascade Gravel Grinder Challenge Flyer   From […]

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Pedal 50

For anyone who was planning on doing the Divide 50, we are sorry. There are some life changes brewing at Riding Gravel HQ and there won’t be any time to pull it off this year. So….what does that mean? It means that you should clear your calendar for Saturday, September 20 so you can join […]

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New Gravel Bikes

We at Riding Gravel HQ have been busy behind the scenes on Mountain Bike Radio. It’s been growing so much, so quickly that we’ve spent time focused on that. Meanwhile, we’ve kept our ear to the ground about all the exciting gravel goods coming out. It’s been a busy spring and summer and it seems […]

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Riding Gravel Weekly Roundup – May 14, 2014

Been working hard on our sister site, Mountain Bike Radio, so this has been a little sporadic. It’s back and there is a lot of news going on out there in the gravel world that we’re getting caught up on. We’ll hit up what what we have seen lately. We welcome reader submissions, so if […]

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Dickie Scramble on Finding Minnesota

The Dickie Scramble in Minnesota that is set for this Saturday, April 26 in Elgin, Minnesota, was recently highlighted on Finding Minnesota. This is the clip:   For more information, see the Dickie Scramble blog or Facebook page. If you want to be part of the Dickie Scramble conversation, join and participate in the Riding […]

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Riding Gravel Weekly Roundup – April 19, 2014

This is the fourth  edition of the Gravel Weekly Roundup. It’s a catch up of the previous week’s news and notes. We welcome reader submissions, so if there is something you hear about, contact us. We’re in the heart of the gravel season and there are a lot of races and information flying around. The […]

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Mammoth Gravel Classic Weather Plans

The Mammoth Gravel Classic, organized by Cyclova in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, is dealing with a second straight year of bad weather. The picture below shows exactly why they need to reroute this year’s ride. Read more about their change of plans here: http://www.cyclova.com/2014/04/we-ride-with-change-of-plans-mammoth.html If you have any questions, comments, or want to share some […]

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AntiEpic Gravel Grinder Pictures Posted

The AntiEpic Gravel Grinder was yesterday, April 5th in Monument, Colorado. For more information about the rides, check out the AntiEpic. 2014 AntiEpic Gravel Grinder Pictures   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, […]

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