Stetina and Allison do it again after also winning in Utah event in 2021.
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.
Diving into the data numbers from Keegan Swenson, Peter Stetina, and Laurens ten Dam.
American rider crashes on the first lap but holds firm to pick up potentially priceless points in the Life Time Grand Prix.
Eight days, 91,000 feet of climbing, and 650 miles of gravel in what is basically a credit-card bikepacking race. Ooph!
I’d heard tall tales of the Rock Cobbler for years. It did not disappoint.
A muddy Roubaix, a miracle ride at the Olympics, a temper tantrum in Spain, the ever-booming gravel scene, what wasn't to like in 2021?
60 riders were selected to race for $250,000. How is this going to shake out?
15 wins. 25,000 miles in the van. One tired but happy bike racer. Stetina reviews his year.
I struggled sometimes with the travel and social media, but 2021 was the best year of my career.
Peter Stetina escaped with the win at Belgian Waffle Ride Utah after battling with Griffin Easter.
VN news ticker: Christopher Blevins to race Tour of Britain, Stetina’s Paydirt gravel race postponed due to California fires
Here's the news making headlines for Tuesday, August 31.
Peter Stetina overcame cramps and early setbacks to win Belgian Waffle Ride, defending his title from 2019.
Maude Farrell, Lauren De Crescenzo round out women's podium; Zach Calton, Edward Anderson beaten by Stetina in Utah gravel race.
Here's what Amity Rockwell, Peter Stetina, Lael Wilcox, Ted King and others had to say after finishing Unbound Gravel.
VN news ticker: Peter Sagan fined for ‘intimidation,’ Lotte Kopecky wins stage 4 of LOTTO-Thüringen Ladies Tour
Here's what's making headlines on Friday, May 28.
The stoke is growing. While connecting online has been great, many of us are looking forward to coming together in person for the Super Bowl of gravel in Emporia.
FKT competition continues to gather momentum, with Geoff Kabush, Pete Stetina and a rider named Timon Fish posting fast times on Kokopelli recently.
The XC MTB national champ takes six seconds off Peter Stetina's effort from last October.
An unlikely story of turning gravel pro during a pandemic — and believing in oneself to make that dream happen.
A win on clinchers and a soap-slicked course have dictated the early storylines when it comes to Tour de France gear.
Sprinting is inherently dangerous, but more can be done to mitigate risks.
Solo challenges like Everesting and FKT have become popular during the COVID-19 shutdown. Coach Julie Young examines how to mentally prepare for a long and painful day by yourself.
The cancelation of the Dirty Kanza and other gravel events has prompted the handful of gravel pros to seek out new opportunities for media exposure.
Event organized by former road pro Laurens Ten Dam drew more than 650 participants and saw riders around the globe grinding in tribute to Dirty Kanza.
Peter Stetina and Kristen Faulkner won Saturday's Super Sweetwater, the original event of California's Grasshopper Adventure Series.
Indoor trainer company Wahoo launches the Wahoo Frontiers gravel racing team with Ian Boswell, who has stepped away from the WorldTour in 2020 to race off-road events.
Gravel racers have become the entrepreneurs of American cycling, pushing the sponsorship model in strange new directions.
Mollema and Porte should share leadership duties at the Tour as Nibali is targeting the Giro and Olympics in 2020
We discuss Peter Stetina's decision to race gravel instead of WorldTour road; plus, writer Patrick Redford talks about covering cycling for Deadspin.
We wrap up the key stories you need to know about from the past week.
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.
Stetina, Reijnen, and van Garderen reflect on Phinney's rollercoaster career and unique temperament.
After suffering through 2018 with illness, Stetina has spent the 2019 season mixing up WorldTour duties with gravel and mountain bike racing, and a strong performance on stage 8 of the Vuelta shows he's back to his best.
A victory at the Belgian Waffle Ride and strong showings at other off-road adventure races helped Stetina rekindle love for the bike
An unconventional closing week across Spain's rugged Sierra de Gredos could up-end the Spanish grand tour
Howard Grotts won his third-consecutive title at the Leadville 100; 18-year-old Quinn Simmons overcame thumbtacks on the course to ride his way into second place.
“The guys who do well at Leadville are the ones who don’t slow down all day. They never lose power.”
Top level roadies bring various ambitions to famed 100-miler in Colorado.
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.
Amity Rockwell wins women's Dirty Kanza 200 after making a late charge to overtake Alison Tetrick
The WorldTour riders attending Dirty Kanza 200 do intend to race for the win. Whether or not they can win is another story
The 31-year-old American endured two tough seasons but is primed and ready for a better 2019.
Peter Stetina is ready for another run at Tour of California overall and says he believes in Mollema's chances to win the Tour.
A personal connection to Slipstream makes Cannondale-Drapac's peril even more troubling for Pete Stetina.
American Peter Stetina speaks out against the Giro's best descender prize, which has been drawing the ire of the peloton.
The American shattered his kneecap, broke his leg, and suffered other injuries in a 2015 crash at the Tour of the Basque Country.
American climber Pete Stetina extends his contract with Trek – Segafredo for two more years, looking to be fully recovered from traumatic 2015 crash.
Pete Stetina crashed in the 2015 Tour of the Basque Country, breaking multiple bones in his leg and ribs. a little over a year later, he's back to racing at the pinnacle of the sport: the tour de France.
Peter Stetina crashed heavily last year, breaking his leg and destroying his knee, but he's back to WorldTour racing at Tour Down Under.
Trek-Segafredo's three new North American additions will debut in 2016 at the Santos Tour Down Under.
Three new North Americans bolster Trek Factory Racing, which has a renewed focus on stage racing and a slightly smaller squad.
BMC hoping injured American duo will recover in time for 2015 returns
After traumatic crash at an early season race, Stetina has been on a long road to recovery, drawing inspiration from teammate, Phinney
Injured in a crash at the Tour of the Basque Country, Peter Stetina faces months of rehabilitation and training before he returns to racing
Riders sat in protest on the start line of Pais Vasco's second stage for five minutes in protest over Monday's crash
Tom Boonen, Taylor Phinney, Jens Voigt, and other members of the pro peloton don't stop short when it comes to talking about disc brakes