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Just Riding Along
This year I think I’ve honed in on my ideal endurance gravel setup. I would not go so far as to say this is the perfect gravel race setup, but it was good enough for my mid-pack finish.
This year mild temperatures, light winds, and packed gravel conspired to make this year’s race one that would see previous records broken.
We break down just what you'll need to think about when planning for a bike touring trip.
Kidical Mass is a fun, safe, law abiding way to get more kids, parents, caregivers and neighborhood cyclists on the road, having a good time.
The day came that I found myself on an east-bound train at 4:30 a.m. following the trail I’d be riding back over the next five days…
I’ve been known to pull out a slice of pizza, peanut butter and honey sandwich, fruit, or roll up to a street vendor for a hot sausage sandwich during rides. Here's some of my favorite snacks.
Two editors travel 350 car-free miles along the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal to attend the National Bike Summit.
Paul Rozell shares his story of his epic assault on a historic mountain, only days before also completing the 1,200km Paris-Brest-Paris.
What better way to get to the National Bike Summit than to ride our bikes there, 320 car-free miles.
Both San Francisco and Pittsburgh are known for their hills, but riding there could get a lot easier thanks to some electric boost.
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