pivot cycles vault gravel bike

Pivot Cycles releases an all-new Vault Gravel Bike – Customize your Seatpost Flex!

Pivot Cycles was founded in 2007 and renown as a company who pushes the boundaries of bike design and related technology. Inside their facility reside two 3D printing machines which further their goals for innovation; CNC machining and in-house manufacturing provide the capability to handle initial production runs, construction of race team bikes and prototypes. […]

otso waheela c gravel bike review

Gravel Bike Review: Otso Waheela C – HUGE Tire & Mud Clearance!

“Gravel Racing and So Much More” – Otso Cycles “Waheela® C finishes what Waheela S started. It’s a no-nonsense gravel killer from a straight-talking, engineering-driven brand.” If the name Otso doesn’t ring a bell, Otso Cycles is a subsidiary of Wolf Tooth Components. “Choose your own adventure with our new Waheela C. Set it up […]

Podcast: A conversation with Juan De La Roca and the concept of a gravel destination – and Tom Boss of the Marin County Bike Coalition

Our partner in podcasting, The Gravel Ride Podcast, had a conversation with Tom Boss from the Marin County Bike Coalition announcing the Adventure Revival Event in September and Juan De La Roca talking about the concept of a gravel destination. You can also find The Gravel Ride on iTunes and Spotify. Adventure Revival Event – Marin […]

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How to Descend on a Gravel Bike – Including Tips from Dave Zabriskie and others!

This is a video I’ve been contemplating producing since late 2014. However, it took that long for technology to catch up with the development of drone cameras and so on, in addition to capturing several years of footage from multiple gravel races and rides where descending was a factor. In addition to JOM’s demonstrations in […]

ritchey speedmax gravel tire review

Review: Ritchey Speedmax 700c x 40mm WCS Tubeless Ready Gravel Tire

About Ritchey Design “Tom Ritchey is one-of-a-kind. He continues to juggle his duties as president and lead designer of our company, which now has products distributed in over 40 countries – and he still logs at least 10,000 miles per year all over the world. Inspiration often comes to him while out on a ride, […]

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VIDEO: The FIRST Bike to Win Dirty Kanza – 2006 DK200 – Steelman Cyclocross Bike

Steelman Cycles may no longer be in business, but Brent Steelman and his frame building shop were once based out of Redwood City, California. This custom-built Steelman Cycles cyclocross bike was the first bike to win the first Dirty Kanza, with Dan Hughes providing the power and navigation. The inaugural Dirty Kanza 200 took place […]

pyrenees gravel cycling

A Gravel Adventure: Going beyond in the Pyrenees – by Jamie Wilkins

The Pyrenees mountains are famous for the Col du Tourmalet and its brethren, but they have a great deal more to offer if you know where to look Words: Jamie Wilkins Photos: Kitt Blackman One click made all the difference. One step more zoom into the online map, and the madness of the trail revealed […]