Whether you’re out to win, or just enjoy a scenic adventure with friends, there’s likely a gravel race in your region. We look at upcoming events, dirt fondos and mixed terrain rides, cover the biggest gravel races, and interview promoters and athletes.
The Unbound Gravel event is entering its 15th year. We take a look back at the previous winners of the 200-mile race formerly known as DK200. Who will add their name to this list?
A gravel event across northern Utah may be challenging during normal times, but during a pandemic? Robert Kennedy and John Hernandez are bucking the trend …
“There’s a difference though between events being allowed and them being morally right,” said Grinduro’s Amanda Schaper in our exclusive interview about the 2020 event’s cancelation.
One of the few gravel races to happen in 2020, the Spring Classics-style Shasta Gravel Hugger sets its date for 2021, and looks back on 2020.
While races may seem trivial during this pandemic, many of us look forward to them for an escape. Sadly, Steamboat’s SBT GRVL has been canceled for 2020.
We caught up with Grinduro’s Amanda Schaper to learn more about the 2020 venue change, what racers can look forward to, and planning an event in a pandemic.
Life Time and the Kaw Nation respond to the name change campaign in an open letter, and Torres ends the petition.
Today, a petition was launched to change the name of the Dirty Kanza gravel race. We sat down with the campaign’s creator, Christina Torres, to learn more.
The UCI made a drastic decision today to merge the 2020 WorldTour with the Cyclocross World Cup in attempt to save the 2020 road season.
The Mid South Gravel race drew 1400+ racers and epic muddy racing to Oklahoma, but was it a good decision by the promoter and racers? John Flack weighs in.
Epic mud? Global pandemic? Neither slowed the top women in a muddy race of survival at the 2020 Mid South Gravel. Full women’s results.
The 2020 Sea Otter Classic, after canceling its April dates, has announced its new dates.
The gravel season in Iowa opened with the 100k CIRREM race with balmy conditions and record-breaking times. See video highlights and results.
How can we perform better, recover faster? Christie Aschwanden reveals what works and what doesn’t in her book “Good to Go” and talks ’cross and gravel with us.
Gravel racing is coming to the Eastern Sierra’s Mammoth Lakes this fall. See our Q&A with the promoter, and get the full event and registration details.
The 2020 SugarCane 200 gravel race may have been cut short by 50 miles, but it grew in star power and attendance. We look at the unique Florida Everglades event.
The Sea Otter Classic has added a professional Gravel Race to its 2020 schedule of races. The event will take place on Sunday, April 19.
Life Time, owner of the Dirty Kanza and Leadville 100, has purchased Utah’s Crusher in the Tushar gravel race.
Carl Decker grabbed his bike and headed to the 2019 Grinduro Japan gravel enduro with buddy Barry Wicks. He shares his experiences and adventures.
Don’t get left behind at the 2019 The Quick & The Dead Gravel Grinder in Pennsylvania’s Allegheny Mountains. Get the story from the 2nd-annual race.
The Groadio podcast returns with updated power rankings through the 2019 Rebecca’s Private Idaho. Listen in for how your favorite gravel grinders stack up.
Come along for the ultimate two-wheel offroad adventure from the comfort of your screen with CXM photographer Dave Mable’s “1000 Miles to Nome” movie.
Katerina Nash, Stephan Davoust conquer a new 2019 Grinduro course, wintry conditions and fields stacked with cyclocross pros. See the full results from Quincy.
The Groadio podcast returns with Amanda Nauman as a new co-host. The gang talks 2019 Gravel Worlds, SBT GRVL, The Rift, Rebecca’s Private Idaho and more.
Rebecca Rusch invited her gravel friends to her backyard at the 2019 Rebecca’s Private Idaho. The marquee event was the 3-day Queen’s Stage Race.