funk cycles versa review

Press Release: New in 2017, Funk Cycles Introduces the Versa – The Ultimate in Versatility

About Funk Cycles Daryl Funk started Funk Cycles in the late 1980’s with a focus on aluminum elevated chain stay mountain bike frames. Then, in the early 2000’s, Daryl put Funk Cycles in the direction of Titanium! From 2004 to today, most Funk frames have been manufactured around their full suspension pivot-less mountain bike platform, […]

Press Release: Spurcycle Launches New Titanium Multi-Tool

Precision Bell Makers take Precision to task with Machined Titanium Multi-Tool Sausalito, California – Spurcycle, creators of what is said to be the best bicycle bell that money can buy, are launching a new made in USA multi-tool. Wrapped in a slim fabric case, the $69 minimalist tool makes a very satisfying addition to your […]

The Southern Georgia Cotton Picking Good Time Weekend

Thanksgiving Weekend is a special time for a lot of people in the United States. Friends and families travel – or not – to assemble for a meal, socializing and a nice respite from the drudgery of working a regular job. I’m no exception to that rule. I may be an Australian bloke who has […]

2018 focus mares cyclocross bike review

Feature: 2018 Focus Mares Force 1 CX Bike – Which Doubles as a Gravel Bike

Focus Bikes is a bicycle manufacturer based out of Cloppenberg, Germany. Its German roots are attributed to company founder, Mike Kluge, a former world cyclocross champion. Focus Bikes are well known in the United States, particularly in the world of cyclocross. The bike in this article, the 2018 Focus Mares Force 1 is intended for […]

Review: RideAir “Never Ride Flat” Inflation System

The idea behind RideAir was dreamed up in March of 2015, with a rough prototype built for feasibility testing just one month later. Since then, the RideAir product has gone from strength to strength, from successful funding of its Kickstarter campaign in June of 2015, to the first production run just two years later in […]

The Sasquatch 125 / 200 Bike Packing (Slack Packing) Weekend – Southern Georgia, USA

The Sasquatch 125 / 200 Fall Bike Packing event is the creation of a bloke who goes by the nickname of the Cycling Sasquatch – aka Ray Egan. Ray’s description of himself is “an oversized cyclist on MTB and Road, and the journey from large and out of shape to smaller and in shape”. You […]

VIDEO: Episode 12 – Ask the Gravel Cyclist Crew a Question!

Episode 12 of “Ask the Gravel Cyclist Crew a Question” can be seen below. Questions in this episode: Do you have a training plan you follow or is it mostly group rides on the road – or riding how you feel? For racing, do you prefer 650b or 700c wheels? What effect on ride quality and […]

Review: Bont Cycling Vaypor G Gravel Shoes – Lighter, Stronger, Faster

About Bont Cycling “Mr. Inze Bont first started making custom shoes in the backyard of his Sydney, Australia, house in 1974 after struggling to find a boot that would fit his wide feet. Mr. Bont pioneered the field of custom footwear and has remained the #1 custom boot/shoe builder in the world since 1974. Each […]