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“I Just Want to Ride” Film Screenings Announced

By Logan Watts on October 10, 2019

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Starting October 15th, filmmaker Rugile Kaladyte will present a series of screenings featuring her new film about Lael Wilcox’s 2019 Tour Divide race attempt. Here are the details and screening dates…

2022 Tour Divide Recap, Eddie Clark
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Ana Jager Wins the 2022 Tour Divide!

By Logan Watts on June 29, 2022

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Congratulations go out to Ana Jager, the first woman to cross the finish line of the 2022 Tour Divide! Find a few photos and more about Ana’s ride here…

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Ride Buddies Ep. 8 – Ted King + Joe Cruz

By Logan Watts on June 23, 2022

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In the latest episode of Ride Buddies, pro gravel cyclist Ted King and bikepacking professor Joe Cruz sit down for a chat in Ted’s Vermont living room. Listen to or watch their wide-ranging conversation here…

2022 tour Divide Mike Hall Record
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Sofiane Sehili Passes Mike Hall’s Record Dot on the Tour Divide

By Logan Watts on June 16, 2022

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Meanwhile, farther south on the Tour Divide, leader Sofiane Sehili recently “passed” Mike Hall’s 2016 course record dot overnight. Learn more and check in with the live tracking here…

2022 Trans Balkan Race Rig, Chiru
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Rigs of the 2022 Trans Balkan Race

By Lucas Winzenburg on June 6, 2022

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The 2022 Trans Balkan Race is happening now, with around 100 riders taking on the 1,300-kilometer route across Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro. Photographer Andrea Securo was at the starting line, where he shot photos of around 50 loaded race rigs. Find our gallery here, including bag and gear highlights for most…

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Inside Austere Manufacturing: Lean and CNC Machined

By Miles Arbour on May 23, 2022

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On a recent trip to Washington’s Kitsap Peninsula, we stopped by Austere Manufacturing’s headquarters to check out the space, learn more about owner/operator Uriel Eisen’s process, and see how his CNC-machined cam-locking buckles are made. Find everything you wanted to know about Austere here, including lots of photos and an interview with Uriel…

Jeanne LePoix, Women's Montanas Vacias
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Montanas Vacias // Spanish Lapland (Video)

By Guest on May 18, 2022

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Filmmaker Jeanne LePoix was out riding the 2022 Women’s Montañas Vacías Rally with 55 other women earlier this month, where she shot this lovely short video capturing the route’s spectacular scenery and the some of their eight-day journey. Watch the video and find a brief day-by-day recap and photo gallery here…

2022 Women's Komoot Montanas Vacias Rally
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Meet the 55 Riders of the 2022 Women’s Montanas Vacias Rally

By Rugile Kaladyte on May 2, 2022

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There’s a group of more than 50 women out pedaling along the quiet roads and doubletracks of the 700-kilometer Montañas Vacías route across Spanish Lapland right now. Photographer Rugile Kaladyte was at the start to shoot portraits of all 55 riders and their rigs before they set off. Find the full gallery here…

Bikepacking Mongolia, Khangai Mountains

Friday Debrief: Fresh Bedrocks, Tension Discs, Arizona Trail, Dear Susan, and More

By Logan Watts on April 15, 2022

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In this week’s Debrief, we highlight some fresh parts and apparel, check out a 1990s kevlar wheel, share some words of wisdom from Sofiane Sehili, look inside Restrap, pedal across Mongolia, and more. Find it all here…

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2022 April Fools’ Day Roundup

By Miles Arbour on April 1, 2022

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From a sophisticated self-truing spoke system by Rene Herse, to the revolutionary Round Tuits from Velo Orange, to clipless slippers, this year’s April Fools’ Day roundup should start your day off right. Check out some of our favourite April Fools’ Day posts from around the web here…

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Catching up with Bags by Bird in Tucson, Arizona

By Miles Arbour on March 31, 2022

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Following his recent relocation to Tucson, Arizona, we stopped by the new Bags by Bird workshop to check in with owner/operator Jay Ritchey, check out the space, and learn more about his small handmade bag brand. Find our interview, a photo tour of the shop, and a closer look at two of Jay’s interesting bikes here…

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A Hayduke Story: From Baja to Bend to Oaxaca

By Emma Bucke on February 28, 2022

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Long after taking her Hayduke on the inaugural Baja Divide Grand Depart, Emma Bucke shares a more recent reinvention of the bike. Discover how a few component changes and some evolving gear choices have turned a flawed favorite into a bike that’s far more tuned to her needs, transforming her confidence and enjoyment on trails and making this classic steel hardtail finally feel like it’s her own…