Pro Discover Seat Post: Getting Rolling

Pro Discover Seat Post: Getting Rolling - by Guitar Ted With the advent of gravel riding, it seemed that
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Pro Discover Seat Post: Getting Rolling

Riding Gravel Radio Ranch – Episode 37

ABOUT THE EPISODE THIS EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY JENSONUSA The guys dig into some thoughts about the recent
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Riding Gravel Radio Ranch – Episode 37

Smoothe Lube Chain Formulas: Long Review

Keeping a chain lubed and clean is a huge step towards an efficient and long lasting drive train. And it seems relatively straight forward to lube a chain, does it not? But the devil is in the details and many compounds that would keep a chain slippery are also an unholy mess that gets over all everything and actually attracts dirt like a magnet. That mess also gets all over you. Know what a chainring tattoo is? Inside, right calf muscle.
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Smoothe Lube Chain Formulas: Long Review

Three Tires From WTB: Exposure 36mm Tires – At The Finish

This would make a very nice option for your gravel bike on that second set of wheels, the one you run for faster days on paved roads. Of course, the 30mm version is that as well, but this bigger version takes things up a notch when dirt or truly bad roads are on tap.
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Three Tires From WTB: Exposure 36mm Tires – At The Finish

WTB Raddler Tires: Getting Rolling

WTB says the Raddler is a gravel tire with the soul of an mountain bike tire. The Raddler certainly looks the part with its deeper tread pattern and blocky side lugs
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WTB Raddler Tires: Getting Rolling

Redshift Sports Shock Stop Seat Post: Getting Rolling

The Redshift Sports Shock Stop Seat Post is a sleek looking, compact design that promises the rider a vibration reduction and more comfort. T
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Redshift Sports Shock Stop Seat Post: Getting Rolling

Gravel Grinder News: Gravel Worlds Breaks Down Financial Barriers To Riders

Gravel Grinder News: Gravel Worlds Breaks Down Financial Barriers To Riders - by Guitar Ted Gravel Worlds is held
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Gravel Grinder News: Gravel Worlds Breaks Down Financial Barriers To Riders

PRO Discover Big Flare Handlebar: At the Finish

Since August, Guitar Ted and I have been riding the PRO Discover Big Flare handlebar on our respective bikes. Today, it's time to wrap up our review and give our final thoughts on the bar's performance.
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PRO Discover Big Flare Handlebar: At the Finish

Three Tires From WTB: Byway 40mm At The Finish

I have to say that these are compelling tires for mixed surface riding in our So Cal conditions. The casing size is just enough, the tire is fast, it rides well, and has some side knobs for increased grip on looser corners. I like them very much.
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Three Tires From WTB: Byway 40mm At The Finish

Gritty Take: The Riders Hold The Power

So, is having the UCI run a "Gravel Worlds" a benefit to gravel cycling? Would this make gravel cycling "legitimate" in terms of professional cycling? Or would this be, once again, the same old dog and pony show we've seen play out for decades.
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Gritty Take: The Riders Hold The Power

Three Tires From WTB: Venture 40mm At The Finish

After some time on them I think they might be the best So Cal dirt road tire I have tried from WTB.
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Three Tires From WTB: Venture 40mm At The Finish

Project Topstone: Updates

At the cross roads I thought, “Huh. I could go a bit farther and drop down this winding canyon connector road.” OK, why not? And this rambling continued, even when the road choices kept coming along and even when I knew the conditions would be much more than any road bike would be comfortable in.
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Project Topstone: Updates

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.


 

 

 

Smoothe Lube Chain Formulas: Long Review

Keeping a chain lubed and clean is a huge step towards an efficient and long lasting drive train. And it seems relatively straight forward to lube a chain, does it not? But the devil is in the details and many compounds that would keep a chain slippery are also an unholy mess that gets over all everything and actually attracts dirt like a magnet. That mess also gets all over you. Know what a chainring tattoo is? Inside, right calf muscle.

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by Riding Gravel 2014