The third edition of the four-day stage race in Kenya saw the deepest field — and most East African participants — yet.
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Gravel is my life, my career. But we are getting ahead of ourselves. Like, really ahead.
There is no clear consensus yet, other than the fact that pro women want the stage to be set for fair and honest racing.
The high-altitude leg burner Crusher in the Tushar gravel race is back with a stellar lineup and the same challenging terrain.
Here's what Amity Rockwell, Peter Stetina, Lael Wilcox, Ted King and others had to say after finishing Unbound Gravel.
A look over the bike belonging to the previous winner of Unbound Gravel.
We catch up with the reigning champ of Unbound Gravel on the eve of the 2021 race.
After she won the 2019 DK — now Unbound Gravel — Rockwell was ready to race professionally. Then, the pandemic shutdown forced her to examine the social side of her new career.
‘I feel the pressure to make the right decision.’ Pro gravel racers discuss whether or not to race in 2021
Gravel racers and event promoters have their doubts about springtime events going forward, but are optimistic about events later in the year.
What do riders think about Dirty Kanza 200? The distance is intimidating, the crowds and ambiance are thrilling, and to win—that can change a rider's entire career.
Amity Rockwell joins the VeloNews Podcast to discuss Dirty Kanza, gravel cycling's sponsorship market, and what it's like to be the only female rider on a group ride. Plus, we hear from contributor James Startt about Remco Evenepoel's impressive win in Argentina.
The gravel season kicked off this weekend with Colorado's Old Man Winter Rally, a 100-kilometer trek across dirt roads in Boulder County. Heavy snowfall greeted racers on the morning of the event, and by the time they left the start line in Lyons, Colorado, several inches had accumulated on roadways. And then, just 15 kilometers in, the Colorado Department of Transportation made the decision to stop the event. That wasn't before VeloNews Photo Editor, Brad Kaminski, snapped some images of the snowy action in Colorado.
Katie Hall, Kate Courtney, Alison Tetrick, and Amity Rockwell will all line up at this weekend's Grasshopper Adventure Series. What makes the gravel series so popular amongst female riders? We asked the experts.
The new Allied Able was ridden to victory by both Colin Strickland and Amity Rockwell at Dirty Kanza 200