Welcome to the weekly news round-up on what is happening in the worlds of gravel, mountain biking, and all things rough and dirty.
Sam Gaze arrived in South Africa ready to put a poor 2017 season to rest and show what he’s capable of in the elite World Cup field.
The hardtail’s not dead. Like vinyl and fanny packs, the hardtail may have taken a back seat for a while. But it’s still relevant and
Alchemy, a small handbuilt company in Denver, has taken a big step in fielding a team for the Enduro World Series.
The Dirt is the weekly news round-up on what is happening in the worlds of gravel, mountain biking, and all things rough and dirty.
Kate Courtney and Howard Grotts become the first Americans to win the Absa Cape Epic.
American Kate Courtney is on a tear at Cape Epic, winning four stages with teammate Annika Langvad and holding the overall lead.
After a four-year hiatus, the Blur cross-country mountain bike is back in Santa Cruz’s stable.
Neil Beltchenko rides 350 miles through wind and snow to win Iditabike, Interbike has a new-look demo event, and more.
Jolanda Neff is ready to race on the mountain bike World Cup again, just six weeks after breaking her arm and collarbone.