'Obviously my big issue is that every time there’s a descent I’m dropping the wheel and I have to sprint for 5km just to get back to the group,' Irish rider says after fifth in Big Sugar Gravel.
'I’m sure that I’m not a mountain biker, and at 41 I've tried to become one, but guys like Swenson and Finsterwald are used to riding mountain bikes since they were kids,' says veteran Dutch rider.
The Abus rider celebrated a breakthrough victory in Bentonville, with Emily Newsom and Alexis Skarda rounding out the podium.
'After racing we hang out and I really enjoy the camaraderie. We want to kick the shit out of each other in racing but then have a few beers in the evening,' says former WorldTour pro.
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It’s been a challenging period, ever since the start of the gravel season when Stetina fractured a wrist in a crash during Sea Otter in April.
'I can't wait to be in Emporia for some serious fun with the thousands of other participants,' says three-time world champion.
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Race officials confirm the Belgian superstar and Italian teammate Mattia Cattaneo will start the Kansas event on October 31.
The booming gravel discipline will see its first UCI-sanctioned race series and rainbow jersey next season.
Devin Cowens shares her perspective on gravel's attempts to attract BIPOC cyclists, and the barriers that still keep people of color away from cycling.
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Organizers have set a deadline of early May to decide whether or not to cancel the event due to COVID-19.
Organizers of the popular Belgian Waffle Ride have canceled the 2020 edition of the San Diego-based event. They plan to move forward with a Utah edition of the race.
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The mystical gravel roads surrounding Bentonville, Arkansas will play host to Big Sugar, gravel's newest epic challenge in October 2020. Dan Cavallari test rode the course.