mixed surface gravel cycling in uganda

Riding 2,300 miles of Mixed-Surface roads in Uganda: by Evan Christenson

This article was reprinted with permission from Spinergy Wheels. Evan Christenson rode a 2,300-mile journey cycling through deserts, mountains and jungles. The definition of a road in Uganda can be loose. Misleading by nature and deceiving in technicality. And the terrain these roads traverse hides disobeying lies in their challenge. The people surround them, the […]

f3 cycling computer mounts

Review: F3 Cycling Computer Mount(s) – “Enhance your ride with the Most Adaptable Mounts Ever Created”

F3 Cycling isn’t a household name, but was founded by a trio of avid cyclists who like many of us, spent a lot of time training and racing together. Consequently, a friendship formed that resulted in a collaboration to create solutions to problems, in the form of innovative products to benefit cyclists. Circa 2019, most […]

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Crusher in the Tushar joins the Life Time Family: Including Interview with Founder T-Bird aka Burke Swindlehurst!

The words that follow are from T-Bird aka Burke Swindlehurst aka promoter extraordinaire of Crusher in the Tushar. To hear the interview conducted by our Partners in Podcasting, The Gravelride Podcast, please scroll down this article. Over to Burke! Dearest Crusher, I write today with news! It’s BIG news. It’s exciting news. It’s good news. […]

2019 stupid pony report

The 2019 Stupid Pony Ride Report: Lehi, Utah to Wendover, Utah – And a wee bit of cold – by Robert Kennedy

On November 8th, 2019, fifteen of us riders and an army of enablers did something profoundly stupid and pointless: we rode across Utah’s remote West Desert on bicycles ranging from flyweight CX bikes to fully-loaded 29’er touring bikes. The inaugural Stupid Pony race/ride/informal luncheon started shortly before dawn in below-freezing temps at the Frontrunner train […]

2020 niner rlt 9 rdo rlt 9 review

Niner RLT RDO Carbon vs RLT 9 Alloy: Gravel Bike Review with Shimano GRX

“We are a group of passionate riders and adventurers. We are lucky to be based out of beautiful Fort Collins, Colorado. When we aren’t making some of the best bikes in the business, we can be found riding in the foothills just down the road or on the gravel roads a stone throw away from […]

ocoee boundary gravel bike review

Ocoee Boundary Gravel Bike Review: It Won’t Break the Bank

“Ocoee is born out of the team behind legendary titanium and triathlon brands in Chattanooga, Tennessee. After over 30 years of experience designing performance road, triathlon, and mountain bikes, we felt like it was time to blaze a new trail.” – OcoeeBikes.com Ocoee Bikes is a sister brand to Litespeed Bicycles and Quintana Roo, both […]

selene yeager gravel podcast

Podcast: Selene Yeager – Gravel Athlete, Journalist, Author & Her New Book!

Our partner in podcasting, The Gravel Ride Podcast, spoke with experienced gravel athlete, journalist, podcaster and author, Selene Yeager who recently published the quintessential guide to gravel. It is appropriately named, Gravel! The book is a must-read for anyone trying to navigate the world of gravel equipment and events. Selene Yeager’s Website – Selene Yeager’s Instagram […]

2020 grinduro mt shasta

Grinduro Wraps Successful Season & Expands in 2020 – Mt. Shasta, Australia & More!

Ground-breaking mixed terrain event continues to grow with five new locations and six events in total. “Grinduro, the seminal mixed-terrain event where having a good time at the party is just as important as going fast in the race, has drawn the curtain on a hugely successful 2019 season, brought to life by founding sponsor […]

North Cape of Norway to Cape Town of South Africa 2019

From the North Cape of Norway to Cape Town of South Africa: Diary (Day 66 to 73) – Finale!

If you missed this undertaking that began on September 8th, 2019, Jonas Deichmann is attempting to break a world record; riding 18,000km from the Arctic to Cape Town. He is accompanied by the photographer and long-distance driver Philipp Hympendahl. There will be many mixed-surface roads along the way. You can read more about Jonas’ adventure […]

gravel cycling in hungary

Riding Hungarian Gravel + Mud around the Hungarian Lake District: by Lajos Kőves

Located in Central Europe and spanning some 93,030 square kilometres (35,920 square miles) in the Carpathian Basin, Hungary borders Slovakia to the north, Ukraine to the northeast, Austria to the northwest, Romania to the east, Serbia to the south, Croatia to the southwest and Slovenia to the west. With a population of approximately 10 million […]

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ENVE’s Ups their Trade-in, Trade-Up Program, receive $600 credit for ANY ALLOY WHEELSET

ENVE recently announced their Trade-In, Trade-Up carbon wheel upgrade program has returned for a limited time. This program allows current and aspiring ENVE consumers to trade in their used ENVE or Other brand carbon wheels, and upgrade to ENVE’s latest M Series, G Series, and SES wheel technologies. From Tuesday, November 26, 2019 until December […]