VIDEO: Gainesville, Florida after Hurricane Irma – Part Two – Paynes Prairie

Hurricane Irma passed through Florida a few weeks ago, but many areas of the state are still seeing the effects of this hurricane. Paynes Prairie is a 21,000 acre protected ecosystem, home to alligators, bison, wild horses and other animals. It is in the center of the Paynes Prairie Basin. The basin’s primary source of […]

Review: WTB Resolute 42 650b and 700c Tubeless Ready Tires

About WTB (Wilderness Trail Bikes) “WTB was founded in Marin County, California in 1982, fueled by the need to create durable and reliable mountain bike-specific equipment. Back then mountain biking was a new and burgeoning sport, and mountain bikes weren’t much more than cobbled-together oddities. The original WTB crew was captivated by the experience of riding […]

Press Release: Dirty Kanza Announces New Event Registration Process for 2018

“Due to high demand, we are unable to accommodate everyone who wishes to participate in the Dirty Kanza gravel road bicycling challenge. Therefore, a lottery selection process will be utilized to determine who will be allowed to participate in the 2018 Dirty Kanza.” Overview: Registration will be conducted online and can be accessed from the […]

VIDEO: 2017 Rebecca’s Private Idaho – The Queen’s Stage Race – Stage 3

August 31, September 1st and September 3rd marked the inaugural “Queen’s Stage Race”, part of Rebecca’s Private Idaho. A tough 3-day gravel stage race in the beautiful Sun Valley region of Idaho. JOM’s Race Reports: Stage 1 – Harriman Trail Adventure Stage Stage 2 – Dollarhide Summit Time Trial Stage 3 – The Big Potato […]

Featured Bike: Olivier Lambert’s Julie Racing Design Gravel Bike (Dia de Muertos)

Julie Racing Design is a small French frame building operation comprising of two people – Kris (Welding) and Julie (a big part of everything else). Roughly translated from French, the Julie Racing Design name came about as a joke, which to this day has stuck. JRD functions without a marketing department. Rather, Kris and Julie focus […]

Press Release: Lynskey Performance releases the GR260 Gravel Bike

“Looking for a bike that allows you the freedom to roam almost anywhere without adhering to the rules of traditional cycling categories? The GR 260 provides the maximum level of riding freedom and hand-built frame strength. With adventure oriented geometry and loads of tire clearance, this model blurs all the lines, conquering any manner of […]

Race Report: 2017 Hellhole Gravel Grind Stage Race, South Carolina by Libby Skinner

Francis Marion National Forest, South Carolina September 15-17, 2017 Ginny Norton and I punctuated our 2017 Gravel Year with a big fat exclamation point (!#*%!) racing in the three-day Hellhole Gravel Grind stage races in the swampy, gnarly Francis Marion National Forest outside of Charleston, South Carolina. Ginny Norton was there to win. I was […]

VIDEO: Episode 10 – Ask the Gravel Cyclist Crew a Question!

Episode Ten of “Ask the Gravel Cyclist Crew a Question” can be seen below. Questions in this episode: Do you have any experience running two different tyre sizes? Would a knobbier tyre be better on a course with a wide range of conditions versus a smoother file tread? Do you sell Gravel Cyclist apparel? What are […]