The pair won the GL150, putting in big miles late in the season
Professional bull riders, forgotten roads, and pros — can Gravel Locos bring people to Pueblo, Colorado?
The event debuts in southern Colorado on October 1 and registration remains open.
Some 1,500 of us came together in Hico, Texas for a community event that was shaped by tragedy.
The Texas gravel race debuted last year with a star-studded startlist. This year is the same with Ian Boswell, Laurens ten Dam, Mo Wilson, and Sarah Sturm lining up to start.
Athletes and event organizers speak to us about what they've heard, while the UCI continues to defer any communication.
The Colorado event will feature the same unique format as the original: commitment to the beginner experience, a charity partner, and lots of pros.
Feed zones and mid-race stops present an ethical conundrum, as top riders look to establish unwritten rules of etiquette.
From Arkansas to California, start lines are stacked and organizers are ready to bring gravel racing back.
On May 22, 1,100 gravel riders will descend on little Hico, Texas. Here's how promoter Fabian Serralta turned a dream into reality and the hurdles he encountered along the way.