<Back to News Home | Editor’s Note: This is the final installment of the Lynskey GR250 titanium bicycle review. Grannygear’s other posts on this bicycle can be found by clicking the following links: “Getting Rolling“, “Checkpoint”, and “Checkpoint Plan B“. Lynskey GR250: At The Finish- by Grannygear There is nothing new to report on the […]
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28AVG is dedicating Saluda Roubaix to annually benefit US Military Endurance Sports and donate 100 percent of all proceeds to USMES.
Saluda Roubaix 68 remote, all road, cycling race amounts to dirt, gravel, bedrock, farmland, timberland, countrified bridges, levees, rustic pavement, no towns and one specifically remote ball field — some fun.
Boyd Branch 26~31 mi. aid station ⁄ mechanical support ⁄ marked course ⁄ 2.9 mi. additional neutral secteur
Overall route distance includes escorted, 2.9 mi. additional, neutral secteur from start line and race can go on first gravel road — right turn on Jerimiah Rd after 0.85 mi. distance following Hwy 391. This neutral secteur, both in 2017 and 2018, puts safety of riders first.
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46 mi. ⁄ RidewithGPS
46 mi. ⁄ 24 mi. gravel versus 22 mi. pavement
3.25 mi. max gravel secteur
7.25 mi. max pavement secteur
68 mi. ⁄ RidewithGPS
68 mi. ⁄ 35.5 mi. gravel versus 32.5 mi. pavement
5.75 mi. max gravel secteur
10 mi. max pavement secteur
68 mi. ⁄ déterminée reconnaissance sur le gravier – road recon 9:00 AM Sunday, April 8 ⁄ no support ⁄ cue sheet ⁄ start line Derrick Park street view
Cantu Rova Gravel Wheelset: Getting Rolling – by MG Avid readers know that we write a lot about wheels here at Riding Gravel. There are a number of reasons for this, one of which is we simply love great wheels. When combined with the right tires, few if any other upgrades have the potential to […]
Otso Cycles Waheela S: At The Finish- by Guitar Ted The world of gravel bikes keeps evolving and this Waheela S is a great example of what is now considered cutting edge in gravel bike design and thought. I’ve wrestled with the ideas and challenges this bike presents in my first two posts on this […]
Back in June, I introduced you to the Lauf True Grit gravel bike I’ve been testing (read the Getting Rolling post here). Since then, I’ve logged nearly 1,000 miles on the bike on all sorts of Midwestern gravel, and the experience has given me good perspective on the True Grit’s capabilities. Here’s what I’ve learned. […]