The gravel event founded by Ted and Laura King saw three successful editions
Inbound baby: Ted King racing Unbound Gravel rests on one thing — having a baby in the next 48 hours
'First and foremost I don’t want to miss the birth of my son,' two-time winner tells VeloNews.
TJ Eisenhart and Landis drop out to help Ted King get medical care via a stranger's pick-up truck.
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King rode the 415-mile route linking nine of the Grasshopper Adventure Series courses in 27 hours to 'showcase the area and set a benchmark for a ridiculous challenge.'
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Unbound Gravel dishes out plenty of physical pain. The mental pain is just as tough, as riders must overcome the urge to quit.
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Here's what Amity Rockwell, Peter Stetina, Lael Wilcox, Ted King and others had to say after finishing Unbound Gravel.
Feed zones and mid-race stops present an ethical conundrum, as top riders look to establish unwritten rules of etiquette.
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.
Some 1,900 teams fill 126 divisions for a series that hinges on collaborative efforts — and it's run by two men on Zwift.
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.
And Bobby Wintle from The Mid South has been advising him along the way. Here's how the two plan to tackle the Arkansaw High Country Race.
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.
Ted King's #DIYGravel events honor the original race calendar.
King offers her experiences of riding late into her pregnancy, and what she learned along the way. She and her husband—retired WorldTour pro and current gravel racer and ambassador Ted King—are expecting a girl on March 17.
“The guys who do well at Leadville are the ones who don’t slow down all day. They never lose power.”
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.
Gravel’s big year: Inside the Dirty Kanza’s sale; prize cash in the Rockies; WorldTour participation
Gravel cycling is having a big year in 2019, with corporate buyouts, big paydays, and even interest from WorldTour pro riders
How will professional road racers shake up this year's Dirty Kanza 200? Reigning champion Ted King is eager to find out
Ted King and Kaitlin Keough won the Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race on Saturday in Emporia, Kansas.
One of the peloton's well-loved domestiques, American Ted King, talks about what's next as he is set to retire at end of this season.
The Paris-Nice route this year will offer something for everyone in the peloton
“People will freak out that they are losing fitness by the hour. If you’ve built up a proper base, you’re going to be fine,” says Ted King
Five Italians from the Italian-based team will jump over to the new squad that combines Garmin-Sharp and Cannondale
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
Ted King talks about leaving the Tour de France bloodied, bandaged, and bruised, and he muses on spirit animals
Ted King doesn't want to dwell on what happened in last year's Tour and is focusing instead on helping Peter Sagan win a third green jersey
Taylor Phinney is seeking history this weekend in the time trial and the road race at the U.S. championships
Cannondale has American Ted King slotted in to return to France after a heartbreaking Tour exit in his debut attempt at the race
Ted King extends with Cannondale for one year and the team's GM says he'll get another shot at the Tour de France
The American rider sits down with Matthew Beaudin ahead of his late summer/early fall race schedule
King tearfully departs from Tour in his debut after shoulder injury, time cut
Vicente Tortajada explains the Tour's decision to time cut American Ted King from the race after Tuesday's team time trial
The Tour's race jury has made two mistakes that have injured Ted King. They can still repair the second error and let the American ride
American appeared to finish within the 25 percent standard but was cut by race officials after falling behind his teammates
Ted King is trim and aiming for a national title and a Tour de France spot
An endurance road bike, the Synapse Hi-Mod has a racing pedigree
30-year-old will also ride in a support role at Paris-Roubaix on April 7
Jonathan Vaughters says a deal reached between riders and teams to increase minimum rider salaries for 2013 is a step toward collaboration
Pro's Closet hosting the auction of a 2012 Liquigas jersey, signed by the Amgen Tour of California squad
Timmy Duggan and Ted King received no support, as usual, from their Liquigas team at the U.S. national championships — and pulled though for an emotional win
Americans Timmy Duggan and Ted King will be back in the Liquigas-Cannondale jersey for 2012 as the Italian squad closed out its roster with 29 riders for next season.
When Ted King signed with Liquigas/Cannondale he didn’t speak a word of Italian. That had to change and quickly. Thanks to Rosetta Stone and his move to Lucca, Italy, he’s progressing nicely. Immersion is the key to his success.
VeloNews' European correspondent Andrew Hood has had a chance to touch base with some of the top U.S. road pros in recent weeks, and he's gathered up highlights from their 2010 campaign and what they expect for the coming season.
The team tests new aero bikes at Sardinia camp
Ted King and Tim Duggan better begin Italian lessons if they haven’t already, because Liquigas boss Roberto Amadio said he expects his new American recruits to be very busy next season.
The American envisions a support role in 2011, with perhaps a Tour of California start instead of the Giro.
A grateful Ted King, winding down his season, gives a final push toward the finish line and the world championships.