The stoke is growing. While connecting online has been great, many of us are looking forward to coming together in person for the Super Bowl of gravel in Emporia.
And some new projects in my ever-changing world of gravel privateer.
An unlikely story of turning gravel pro during a pandemic — and believing in oneself to make that dream happen.
Words of wisdom from Shimano's Nick Legan, and race context from me.
Happy Holidays, and here's to a bright and gravelicious 2021.
I'd be lying if I said everything was better in gravel. But here's how my new reality was on the whole.
I look back at the hours, TSS, race days, and total kilometers of my 2020 and 2019 seasons.
My Belgian Waffle Ride finish wasn't what I was hoping for, but I was happy to have raced hard and honorably like so many others there.
As someone who has raced road worlds and now races gravel, I believe there should be a gravel worlds. Here's why and here's how it could happen.
With help from Levi Leipheimer, TAMBA, and good planning, I set an FKT on the 60-mile Rose to Toads.
I dove deep down the rabbit hole of van conversion research, and let me tell you, it’s a slippery slope.
Beer-can shims, peanut-butter mud, and mud-puddle bike washes. Racing in Oklahoma was wild.
I'm headed to The Mid South, hoping to get the line first for the famous Bobby Wintle hug. Oh, and here are my coronavirus-avoidance tips as a long-time bike racer...