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Frost Bite Gravel Grinder

<Back to News Home | The Ride We recently received a note from the Colorado Springs Cycling Team about the first ever Frost Bite Gravel Grinder. 80 riders departed Pikes Peak Brewing in Monument, Colorado at 12pm on Saturday, December 20 under fair skies and relatively good temperatures and conditions for late December for 40 […]

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Almanzo Events To Take Place Under New Management

<Back to News Home | The Almanzo 100, Royal 162, and Alexander routes have been  very popular free to enter gravel road racing events which have been under the direction of event producer Chris Skogen since 2007. Earlier this year, Riding Gravel learned that the Almanzo events would not be taking place in 2015. Subsequently, […]

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WTB Nano 40 Reviewed

<Back to News Home | Editor’s Note: In the merge with Gravel Grinder News we knew there was a wealth of reviewed tires, bicycles, and components that might be a good resource on the new site here. With that in mind here is a condensed version of a review that originally appeared on Gravel Grinder […]

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Monday Motivation

Monday Motivation: Green

Green: When the cold of Winter bites, bodies get ill, and the daylight runs short, it is always good to remember that Spring, then Summer, is not that far off. Soon the overwhelming color of the warmer seasons here in the Mid-West will line every country road and dirt lane. Many gravel road events will […]

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Monday Motivation: Fog

Fog: There is something about a foggy outing in the country. Fog can be mysterious, cooling, or the harbinger of a hot, humid Summer’s day. Whichever it is, fog can be fun out on the gravel instead of a fearful situation, as it is on pavement, since traffic is rarely an issue. Fog blankets the […]

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