Dirty Kanza 200 was our only unanimous selection to the VeloNews Monuments of Gravel list, and it's easy to see why. The 200-mile race has become the most famous and prestigious gravel event on the planet.
We went in search of the Monuments of Gravel: the five gravel races that carry the most prestige to win. This week we will be rolling out stories around each race and why our panel of experts voted it onto the list.
In late 2019 America's top female MTB racers devised a plan to win the maximum three spots for the Tokyo Olympics. The plan meant Erin Huck, Lea Davison, Kate Courtney, and Chloe Woodruff would chase UCI points across the globe.
Dirty Kanza winner Colin Strickland is not your average pro cyclist, as we found when we visited him in Austin in late 2019. Strickland's constant tinkering is pushing American pro cycling in a bold new direction.
The Tour Colombia 2.1 is the biggest race in the Western Hemisphere, even if you can't stream it online. Here are five takeaways from the 2020 edition of the race, which saw EF Pro Cycling battle against Egan Bernal and Team Ineos.