Gus from Thereabouts and Outskirts takes on some of my favorite road riding in California on a track bike in the latest from State Bicycle’s Riding Fixed, Up Mountains, With Pros.
Sometimes the weather is so bad, it’s good!
Here it is, the official Grinduro recap video. Enjoy!
Leave the City. Seize the hills. Find the road. Ride the gravel.
Rapha returns to the men’s WorldTour in 2019 with EF Pro Cycling.
Follow Freehub’s paper boy, Scotty Scamehorn, as he heads out on his Monday delivery route for Freehub Magazine!
Easton gives us a look at their brand, from various vignettes and users.
While we wait on the official Grinduro edit to post on Youtube, check out ENDO CNCPT Team‘s edit, featuring all the fun times from the event!
I have and it’s easy to see why it won an Emmy! Watch it now on Youtube.
“Rebecca Rusch is among the greatest female ultra-endurance mountain bikers in the world. Although she’s used to pushing her body to its limit, nothing could prepare her for the emotional journey she took in 2015 when she pedaled 1,200 miles of the Ho Chi Minh trail in search of the crash site that claimed the life of her father during the Vietnam War. Joined by Vietnamese competitive biking champion Huyen Nguyen, Rusch travels through the dense jungles of Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. While Nguyen helps Rusch understand the cultural context of her quest, the women forge a deep bond triggered by a shared experience of war and loss. They also glean the tragic history of the ‘Blood Road,’ which leads them through the heart of darkness and into the light of local villages and Buddhist monasteries still marked by the painful relics of war, and populated by generous townspeople who share their stories. Throughout her journey, Rusch continues to synthesize how her family’s story flows into the river of history that continues to define the lives of generations of Southeast Asian people.”
“Only a short distance from Scotland’s capital Edinburgh, East Lothian provides the right ingredients for bikepacking adventures. At 39 miles (63 km) the Go East Lothian Trail is perfect for families, microadventures and long day rides. The route is suitable for gravel, mountain and e-mountain bikes, and can be ridden in all seasons.” See more at Bikepacking Scotland!