Our ride experience videos of events and fun rides near and far may look glamorous, but in reality a lot of hard work and effort goes into it. By no means is this an online pity party!, JOM of the Gravel Cyclist crew wouldn’t have it any other way. Life’s too short to sit around on your arse feeling sorry for yourself, or squawking about first world problems!
Behind the Scenes Travel Gravel Video
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In this video, JOM of the Gravel Cyclist crew documents much of what happens from the moment he splits his 40 hour a week job, to the round trip experience attending the 2023 Rock Cobbler. Definitely add Rock Cobbler to your must do ride experiences, especially if you enjoy $hit tons of fun, challenging yourself, and making new friends.
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Thank you to the Lady Gravel Cyclist who is JOM’s partner, and supports him in every endeavor, and American Airlines for flying JOM about the place. Without the help of both, JOM wouldn’t be getting too far away from the airport.
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Links of Interest:
- Rock Cobbler – https://rockcobbler.com
- American Airlines – https://aa.com
- JOM’s 2023 Rock Cobbler 10.0 Ride Experience
- JOM’s Rock Cobbler Bike (T-Lab X3.22)
- EVOC Road Bike Bag Pro Review
- Tailwind Nutrition (JOM’s choice of on-the-bike hydration)
- Gravel Cyclist’s Route Library
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3 comments on “Behind the Scenes: Travel to a Gravel Cycling Event”
Careful what we ask for. As far as I can tell you are a professional journalist who has defined your beat as riding a bicycle on epic, hard, long, thirsty rides. To get your content means training for thousands of miles and riding these epic ect. organized rides. We, your adoring public, demand a certain amount of pain in your reported content in order to be willing to view your content willingly. You have delivered great videos and reviews and I keep looking forward to them. By the way you are a professional cyclist by definition of your job description. Good for you figuring out how to make a living as a bicyclist. Not that many people worldwide making their living off of riding their bicycle.
Hello there, thank you for your comment. This entity is a side project for me, I work a regular 40 hour a week job, which fortunately offers a lot of vacation time, and flexibility that comes along with that.
Thank you for your labor of love. I just viewed your Elite wheelset review. A lot of work goes into making a review like that so thanks again for taking the time to present this information to us. Having to work a 40 hr week is where most of us are and only now in retirement I don’t have to do that any more, so far. Again keep up the great reviews and I’ll keep reading them.
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