<Back to News Home | Thanks to Bikerumor for keeping us all in the loop. As reported today by Bikerumor: “On the gravel front, the new Krypton XRoad borrows the new 5007HM carbon layup of the standard Krypton and adds disc brakes and clearance for 32c tires. Combine that with a 27.2 […]
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<Back to News Home | Bikerumor posted about the new Moots Routt 45 gravel bike today. The Routt name is a nod to Routt County, the county that Moots HQ calls home. The Routt 45 is an updated version of last year’s standard Psychlo-X/Routt and it seems as if the updates have given riders a great, albeit […]
<Back to News Home | Gravel Grinder News Merges with Riding Gravel Please read the official release below for the full information. But, yes, you read that correctly. After a lot of work on both sites separately, Guitar Ted and I (Ben Welnak), have brought our collective works together into one source for riders. Because we know […]
Riding Gravel’s Event Calendar Needs Your Event Dates – by Guitar Ted If you, or anyone you know is involved in gravel event promotions, listen up. We need to update the calendar on Riding Gravel.com for 2015. Known as the Gravel Grinder News Calendar, it is the same effort I have put forth since 2008 […]
<Back to News Home | Gravel Grinder News: New Ultegra 8000 Highlights- by Guitar Ted Editor’s Note: These news posts used be titled “Fresh Gravel”, but in a nod to our past, and to use a more appropriate title, we are bringing back “Gravel Grinder News” as a way to share pertinent press releases and […]
The inaugural Railway Roubaix offers 65 miles of adventure with the mixed gravel and paved terrain of the Mascoutin Trail from Fond du Lac to Berlin, WI.
All ages and ability levels are welcome (including FatBikes). This is as much about having fun as it is about finishing the course.
Editor’s Note: Anyone who was paying attention last Winter in early January and was trying to get an entry into the Dirty Kanza 200 knows that the process was over about as soon as it started. Demand for slots into the annual Kansan endurance race was at an all time high, basically taking mere minutes […]
Gravel Grinder News: Expos, Camps, And Gravel Worlds – by Guitar Ted Today we have a few items which we wanted to pass along. The gravel riding sector has matured in that now there are (and have been) expos that feature gravel riding specific gear and more. There are also “gravel boot camps”, training junkets, […]
Gravel Grinder News: Surly, All City, & Gore- by Guitar Ted Today we have news from the frozen North and a bit of news from GORE regarding their new, “Shake Dry” technology which has been very impressive. First up let’s take a look at what is new for the gravel-back road rider coming out of […]
Gravel Grinder News: Trek Introduces The Checkpoint Gravel Bike- by Guitar Ted Trek has had what could have been the best gravel bike technology for several years wrapped up in a road racing bike called the Domane. The main feature of that bike being the decoupled seat tube, allowing that frame member to react under […]