2016 Gravel Worlds Interview: Matt Gersib – Former Cargo Bike Champ – Lincoln Info & Bike Setup

Pirate Cycling League’s Gravel Worlds – We caught up with Matt Gersib, 2014 Cargo Bike World Champion for some course insight and bike setup relating to gravel road cycling around Lincoln, Nebraska. Food for thought in 2017? Thanks for watching! Don’t forget to Like the Gravel Cyclist Facebook page, follow G.C. on Instagram and subscribe […]

VIDEO: 2016 Gravel Worlds: 145+ Miles in Lincoln, Nebraska!

Saturday, August 20, 2016. JOM, K-Dogg and Mrs K-Dogg of the Gravel Cyclist crew flew 2 x steel Ritchey Breakaways and 1 x titanium Ritchey Breakaway along with tools, clothing, food and other stuff – to race 145+ miles and over 7,500 feet of climbing in Nebraska – at the unofficial World Championships of Gravel – Gravel Worlds […]

Preparation: What to carry for a 150 mile race like Gravel Worlds?

Saturday, August 20 marks the 2016 Gravel Worlds race in Lincoln, Nebraska. If you are a regular follower of the Gravel Cyclist website, you’ll know the three-person crew of K-Dogg, Mrs K-Dogg and JOM have been steadily knocking out miles for the race. Part of preparation involves bike setup – you can see JOM’s race bike in […]

Gravel Worlds Preparation 2016: Knocking out the Miles – Part One

Gravel Worlds – The unofficial Gravel world championships of gravel racing is an annual event held in Lincoln, Nebraska. The race is typically held in late August, and as expected with this time of year, temperatures along the course are likely to be rather hot… and tree cover in the Midwest USA, not so much. […]

Gravel Worlds Race Report 2015: by Austin Morris

About Gravel Worlds Gravel Worlds is the unofficial world championship of gravel racing, organized by the Pirate Cycling League, and held in Lincoln, Nebraska. Intended to be a tongue in cheek version of the real worlds deal, it becomes sort of serious when serious contenders such as the winner of this year’s Dirty Kanza, Yuri […]