Press Release: Dirty Kanza Significantly Expands Gravel Expo

Dirty Kanza Promotions will significantly expand the size and scope of their popular “All Things Gravel” outdoor expo. In the past, expo booth spaces were available to Dirty Kanza event sponsors only with the show running just one day in conjunction with Rider Sign-In. In 2018, the All Things Gravel Expo display booth spaces will […]

Article: Popping a Hernia – Surgery and Recovery as a Gravel Cyclist

November 24, 2017, Southern Georgia, United States, somewhere near the town of Tifton, I was riding around on a gravel bike, minding my own business. Tifton is known for many things, and most of them are related to farming. In the case of this story, that would be the farming of cotton. During late fall […]

The Australian Gravel Adventure 2017 / 2018 – Part Six – Meadows, Goolwa & Steam Power

Meadows – A small town in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia. Best known for its historic buildings, craft shops, a winery and a must-visit bakery. Said bakery is very popular among the two-wheeled crowd. Nearby Kuitpo Forest measures 5,000 hectares / 12,355 acres and is a haven for bushwalking (aka hiking), cycling and equestrian […]

The Australian Gravel Adventure 2017 / 2018 – Part Five – Burra and Beyond

Greetings trendsetters! Now, before anyone says… “hey JOM, where’s Part Four?”. Part Four would be my 2018 New Year’s Day video, even though it isn’t labeled as such. Moving along… My second gravel ride of 2018 took place on the 3rd of January, 2018. Forgive me for being a little behind, I am sort of […]

The Australian Gravel Adventure 2017 / 2018 – Part Three – Barossa Valley

The Barossa Valley is located in South Australia, some 60 kilometres / 37 miles northeast of Adelaide’s city center, the birthplace of yours truly. The Barossa Valley is notable as a major wine-producing region of Australia and tourist destination. Within the valley are the towns of Nuriootpa, Tanunda, Rowland Flat, Lyndoch and Lyndoch. Not so […]

The Australian Gravel Adventure 2017 / 2018 – Part Two

Continuing from the last installment, the next destination for gravel fun would be Australia’s Capital City, Canberra. I’ll wager a lot of non-Aussies thought it was Sydney… moving on 🙂 The drive from the Central Coast of New South Wales to Canberra is about 360 kilometres / 225 miles. No biggie, except that I didn’t […]

The Australian Gravel Adventure 2017 / 2018 – Part One

I have a habit of making a yearly visit to Australia. Visit my family and friends, do a bit of cycling and generally eat and drink too much. But if you’d asked me in early December of 2017, “JOM, are you going to Australia over the holiday break this year?”, my answer would have been […]

Press Release: Paris to Ancaster Bicycle Race Celebrates 25 Years!

Paris to Ancaster Bicycle Race Celebrates 25 Years! Hamilton, Ontario – Organizers of the Paris to Ancaster Bike Race are proud to announce that on April 29th, 2018 the P2A race will celebrate its 25th Anniversary. Paris to Ancaster is one of the longest-running, and most popular, bike races in all of North America. It […]