Life Time has acquired the Crusher in the Tushar, adding another marquee gravel event to its lineup of off-road cycling races.
This week's podcast features contributor Betsy Welch, who covered the Dirty Kanza, Epic Rides and other off-road events this year. Welch discusses why these events are helping bring women into cycling.
We discuss Peter Stetina's decision to race gravel instead of WorldTour road; plus, writer Patrick Redford talks about covering cycling for Deadspin.
The boom in gravel racing makes it a strong alternative to a career in the WorldTour thanks to increased sponsor interest and rapid expansion in events.
WorldTour pro Peter Stetina will walk away from WorldTour road racing to launch a career in gravel racing and ultra-endurance mountain biking. "This is not a retirement," Stetina says.
A victory at the Belgian Waffle Ride and strong showings at other off-road adventure races helped Stetina rekindle love for the bike
What compels a mainstream sports columnist to write about pro cycling? We ask Jason Gay of The Wall Street Journal
In the Flint Hills of Kansas, the tribe that rides Dirty Kanza 200 epitomizes the generosity of gravel.
The new Allied Able was ridden to victory by both Colin Strickland and Amity Rockwell at Dirty Kanza 200