Gravel’s big year: Inside the Dirty Kanza’s sale; prize cash in the Rockies; WorldTour participation
Gravel cycling is having a big year in 2019, with corporate buyouts, big paydays, and even interest from WorldTour pro riders
On a hot streak after winning his first marathon mountain bike national championship, Russell Finsterwald takes an emphatic win in the most technical race in the Epic Rides series.
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Canadian Cory Wallace thrives in adventurous bike races in far-flung places like Nepal, but he isn't opposed to lining up for a major race like the Whiskey Off-Road.
In her bid to make the Tokyo Olympics, Kate Courtney refines her technical skills with help from new team manager Thomas Frischknecht as she settles in with Scott-SRAM.
Going solo at the race's halfway point, Kate Courtney wins her second Whiskey Off-Road. Chloe Woodruff reels in three riders on final singletrack to take second.
Keegan Swenson defends his title at Whiskey Off-Road mountain bike marathon, riding to a convincing solo win on a new course with a tough singletrack finale.
Less of the Skull Valley climb might actually make Whiskey Off-Road harder, and with some pros focused on the Olympics, Sunday's race should be unpredictable.
The typical European pro roadie might shy away from gravel racing, but for Lars Boom, it's one more way to mix in fun and different races to his ordinary calendar.
The Specialized Pathfinder strikes a happy medium between low rolling resistance and capable traction on loose gravel and dirt.
Former world cyclocross champion Lars Boom says he regrets leaving 'cross behind for road racing when he committed to the Pro Tour.
NICA expects to hire new president in the next few weeks, someone its leaders hope will broaden the appeal of high-school cycling in a variety of ways.
Fans had few convenient opportunities to watch the pros race at Sea Otter due to a busy event schedule and an all-out Olympic chase that's underway.
All-around road bikes are evolving with disc brakes, wider tires, and tubeless technology. Enve is keeping pace with its new SES 3.4 AR Disc wheelset.
Dirty Kanza organizers say the 2019 course is maybe the best yet. The expo will also double in size. Life Time is taking a cautious approach to growth, however.