What drew elite riders to SBT GRVL? Sure, there's the challenging course, beautiful scenery, and great spot on the calendar. But for some, the $28,000 in prize cash was more than enough motivation to race.
UNIO is a new association that aims to safeguard and promote the interests of any women's cycling team registered with the UCI
King offers her experiences of riding late into her pregnancy, and what she learned along the way. She and her husband—retired WorldTour pro and current gravel racer and ambassador Ted King—are expecting a girl on March 17.
Across much of North America, spring makes a fickle bedfellow to gravel racing. We found six races where the weather shouldn't be a problem, but your early season fitness might.
Think you want to put on a gravel race? There's a lot more to consider than a cool course and a fun afterparty. We spoke to Chelsea Luttrall, founder and "one-woman show" at Colorado's The Crippler race to find out what it takes.
Gravel riders and race promoters are wary, if somewhat curious, of UCI boss David Lappartient's comments that the governing body may hold a gravel world championships.
How will the UCI reforms to women's WorldTeam benefits and salary affect the 2020 season? Teams and riders are hopeful for greater exposure, even if the reforms aren't dramatically changing the status quo.
Katie Hall, Kate Courtney, Alison Tetrick, and Amity Rockwell will all line up at this weekend's Grasshopper Adventure Series. What makes the gravel series so popular amongst female riders? We asked the experts.
USA Cycling invited promoters from the Dirty Kanza, SBT GRVL, and other gravel events to meet in Bentonville, Arkansas to discuss the future of off-road racing.
American Katie Hall heads back to Europe with Boels-Dolmans for her second season in the UCI women's WorldTour. This year, Hall hopes to take a leadership position on the Dutch team.
In four short seasons Leah Thomas has blossomed from a newbie into a contender to make the U.S. Olympic team for Tokyo. Thomas said the biggest hurdle she faced was learning to live full-time overseas.
The Dutch pro team will see its longtime backers depart at the end of 2020. Director Danny Stam says he is looking for new sponsors to commit to a long-term deal with the team.
Christina Birch is hoping to qualify for the U.S. track team for the 2020 Olympics. A place in Tokyo would mark another milestone in Birch's impressive professional career.
When the Leadville 100 MTB and SBT GRVL races were scheduled on back-to-back days, organizers decided to create a new endurance event called the LeadBoat Challenge.
Gary Vernon is the man tasked with transforming Northwestern Arkansas into a mountain biking destination under the vision of Tom and Steuart Walton, grandchildren of Walmart founder Sam Walton.
Betsy Welch soaked up the fun trails and friendly vibes in Bentonville, Arkansas during the Epic Rides's Oz Trails Off-Road.
It was a lucrative weekend for Sofia Gomez Villafane, who won the fat tire crit and the backcountry race, en route to winning the Epic Rides series overall.
CT comprises 567 miles of trail between Durango and Denver with around 90,000 vertical feet of total climbing
Ayesha McGowan participated in the Colorado Classic with the ALP Cycles team as part of her mission to become a professional cyclist.
Pitel's professional career stretches back to 2003. Now, the Frenchwoman races without a salary, simply because she loves cycling and the competition.
Australian rider Rebecca Wiasak comes to the Colorado Classic hoping to repeat her stage victory from 2018.
Four years after she took a spin class in college, Anna Dorovskikh has blossomed into an aspiring pro racer on the Amy D Foundation team.
Relatively unknown a year ago, the Aussie has been on a tear in 2019
Williams aiming to demonstrate that women's cycling is truly exciting at Colorado Classic.
Gravel race management earmarked 200 spots specifically for women after initial registration numbers were heavily male.
Stroll the streets of downtown Leadville on race weekend and you will now see riders from all corners of American cycling
What's the buzz at this year's Dirty Kanza? Tire choice and weather conditions surpass pro participation and corporate ownership
For Lael, the 350 miles of Dirty Kanza XL isn't enough, so she has decided to ride 650 miles to get there as well.