The EF Education First Pro Cycling WorldTour team announced it will be entering the 2019 Dirty Kanza 200 gravel and Three Peaks Cyclocross races.
Michael van den Ham rode the front-suspended Lauf True Grit gravel bike at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200. We profile his bike and 206-mile setup.
Japan’s Kae Takeshita moved to the U.S. to be a pilot, but along the way, she discovered gravel racing. We follow the story of her cycling passion.
Aero bars in gravel racing? More rules? CXM readers weighed in for our poll on the future of gravel racing. See what folks had to say with poll results.
Donnelly released its new G//C gravel bike at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200. We profile the new model Jamey Driscoll rode in Kansas’ Flint Hills.
Masters racer Ian Tubbs of Washington pulled off an impressive 4th-place finish at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200. We have the story of his gutsy gravel race.
Craig Richey cut through the wind at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race using his aero-bar-equipped Devinci Hatchet. We profile his aero racing bike.
The Dirty Kanza 200 is known for its unforgiving gravel and beautiful views. Take a look at both in this gallery from the 2018 gravel race by Ian Matteson.
The 2018 Dirty Kanza 200 was CXM’s first on-site trip to Emporia for the famed gravel race. See photos and read thoughts from our coverage of the event.
Sven Nys rode a custom-painted Trek Checkpoint at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race. We profile the cyclocross legend’s gravel setup.
Kaitie Keough and Ted King both rode Cannondale Super Xes to wins at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race. We profile their winning cyclocross crossovers.
Sven Nys made his gravel debut at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200. We chatted with him to find out how the race went for the Belgian cyclocross legend.
Ted King, Josh Berry and Geoff Kabush survived a field of heavy hitters to reach the podium at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race. We chatted with each after the race.
We chatted with Kaitie Keough, Amanda Nauman and Alison Tetrick after their podium finishes at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200. Hear from the top finishers.
Ted King captured his second Dirty Kanza 200 title by winning the 2018 edition of the famed gravel race. We have the story of his battle against Josh Berry.
Kaitie Keough started her gravel career with a win at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race in Kansas. We have the full story and photos from the Flint Hills.
The 2018 Dirty Kanza 200 saw a win by a gravel newbie and a repeat win for a former champ. Find out who was crowned Queen and King with race results.
Road racers Ayesha McGowan and Amber Pierce chat about preparing for their first gravel race at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200.
The 2018 Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race is Saturday, June 2. Find out who’s tackling Kansas’ Flint Hills with the Women’s start lists for all categories.
The 2018 Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race is Saturday, June 2. Find out who’s tackling Kansas’ Flint Hills with the Men’s start lists for all categories.
Mat Stephens heads to the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200 as the defending champion. We chatted with him before his title defense at the premier Kansas gravel race.
Alison Tetrick is back to defend her title at the 2018 Dirty Kanza 200. We chat with her about buckling up for 206 more miles of Kansas gravel racing.
Amanda Nauman is one of the top gravel and cyclocross racers in the U.S. We talked to her about the state of both, gravel tire choices and more in this interview.
Amanda Nauman wins 45-minute cyclocross races and 11-hour gravel races. We caught up with Nauman after Dirty Kanza to hear about her epic race, training for two disciplines and her thoughts on the future of gravel racing.
Former road pro Neil Shirley is a contender at any major gravel race he lines up for. On the eve of the 2017 Dirty Kanza, he gives readers insight into his pre-race thoughts and prep.
Boo Bicycles’ Nick Frey was disqualified from last weekend’s Dirty Kanza 200 for receiving outside assistance in a race that promotes neutral support. From Frey’s perspective, there’s a grey area there to be discussed. Frey wrote about his Dirty Kanza experience and we’re presenting it in full and unedited, below.
For this edition of Runors & Rumblings the UCI takes a small step towards parity in payouts, Ryan Trebon is looking to race and Ted King learns recovery secrets from a fellow Dirty Kanza winner.
Ted King and Amanda Nauman take the top step at the 2016 Dirty Kanza 200, the race’s 10th anniversary.