Specialized once again turns to its classic mountain bikes for paint inspiration.
The former champ of the race will guide a pace group to finish before sunset, raising money for Emporia's local NICA chapter.
Cari Higgins, Meredith Miller, and Maddie Godby join Alison Tetrick, who returns for a second term.
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If 2020 taught the gravel privateers anything, it was that the ability to pivot was key.
‘I feel the pressure to make the right decision.’ Pro gravel racers discuss whether or not to race in 2021
Gravel racers and event promoters have their doubts about springtime events going forward, but are optimistic about events later in the year.
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Alison Tetrick joins tech editor Dan Cavallari to chat about training during Covid-19, recovering well, and carrying positivity in a whiskey flask.
What do riders think about Dirty Kanza 200? The distance is intimidating, the crowds and ambiance are thrilling, and to win—that can change a rider's entire career.
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.
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.
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.
The 2019 Dirty Kanza featured hot temperatures, sunshine, and a compelling battle in both the men's and women's races. VeloNews photo director Brad Kaminski was in Emporia this year to capture all of the action from the weekend.
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Ted King and Kaitlin Keough won the Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race on Saturday in Emporia, Kansas.
Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies' Woods claims his first international win in Portugal, while Zwizanski takes the title in Chico Stage Race
Sylvain Chavanel wins his first Chrono des Nations as Anna Solovey repeats her victory of 2013
Four-day race in Monterey, California wraps up with Sunday's circuit stage