Barry Wicks had a proper gravel bike for the 2019 Lost and Found Gravel Grinder with his Kona Libre. We took on the tall order of profiling his bike.
Sarah Sturm had a hot pink Specialized Diverge in its natural habitat at the 2019 Lost and Found gravel race. We put on our sunglasses and looked at her silver-medal bike.
Katerina Nash had her trusty Orbea Terra cyclocross and gravel bike at the 2019 Lost and Found gravel race. We look at what’s new and returning.
Santa Cruz has a new Stigmata with a slacker front and more clearance. We look at the new bike Tobin Ortenblad used to win the 2019 Lost and Found gravel race.
Unlike the Pro Women’s race, the Pro Men’s race came down to the wire at the 2019 Lost and Found gravel grinder. Get the full story from the final four.
The 2019 Lost and Found gravel race served was the biggest yet, but for the Pro Women, it was all about solo efforts. Get the full story. Report, results.
Familiar and new faces found their way to the podium at the 2019 Lost and Found gravel race. See who survived the Lost Sierra. Pro Men and Women’s results
The 2019 Lost and Found gravel race serves up a new course, snow banks and snow cones, and a deep list of contenders and ‘cross stars. We preview the weekend’s other gravel race.
The 2019 Lost and Found gravel race features a new start/finish area and brings back its handmade bike raffle. Get the 411.
SaltAir Cycles owner Matthew Nelson rode his own handmade steel gravel bike at the 2018 Lost and Found Gravel Grinder. We profile his custom bike.
Jay Barre converted his Surly Cross Check commuter to a singlespeed and took it to the 2018 Lost and Found gravel grinder. We profile his steel bike.
Barry Wicks built a full-suspension Kona Hei Hei DL frame into his gravel bike. We profile his comfy crossover built for ripping gravel downhills.
Dylan Glatt rode his gold ghoul-d luck Spooky Cycles Gas Mask at the 2018 Lost and Found Gravel Grinder. We profile his eye-catching bike.
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.
Katerina Nash was back on an Orbea Terra at the 2018 Lost and Found Gravel Grinder. We profile her bike and see how she overcame a flat at the CA race.
Rowie Jaron rode a front-suspended NTP Bikes titanium bike custom built for cyclocross and gravel at the 2018 Lost and Found. We look at his custom build.
Tobin Ortenblad swapped Euro mud for Lake Davis Dust on his Santa Cruz Stigmata cyclocross bike. We profile his winning the Lost and Found bike.
Olivia Dillon won the 2018 Lost and Found gravel race aboard her S-Works Diverge. We profile her race-winning bike that she likes quite a bit.
At the 2018 Lost and Found gravel race, the unthinkable happened as we lost a fellow cyclist. Here’s the promoter’s official press release on this tragic event.
At the Lost and Found gravel race, experience matters, even when you’re the youngest in the lead group. Check out the full pro men’s results and tales from the winner.
The 2018 Lost and Found 100-mile Pro Women’s race was a tale of patience, persistence and punctures.
Carl Decker obsesses over finding the right tool for the job. We take a look at his winning choice for the 2017 Lost and Found gravel race.
Katerina Nash and Carl Decker take the win in the Pro Women and Pro Men categories. Find out the full Lost and Found results here.
Yesterday was arguably the biggest day in gravel, with both the Dirty Kanza and Lost and Found races simultaneously testing athletes from around the world. …
The Lost and Found is the Wild West of gravel racing. This year, hot temperatures, dusty roads and big names contested the first stop of the 2016 Lost Sierra Triple Crown. See our full race report, results and photo gallery.
Despite an early puncture, Robin Farina won the 2016 pro women’s race at the 2016 Lost & Found gravel event this past weekend aboard her custom-painted 2016 Santa Cruz Stigmata.