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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The five-day stage race that debuted in Tanzania last year will return in 2023 as two 425km stages with a mandatory 12-hour stop in between.
Girona-based promoter Klassmark will oversee the series, which will unify 6-8 international gravel races under one umbrella.
With a strong international field including Lachlan Morton and Lael Wilcox, East African riders John Kariyuki, Sule Kangangi, and Mary Aleper win on home soil
After the success of the Migration Gravel Race, 13 East African riders now have the opportunity to compete at off-road events around the world under the banner of Team Amani. This is their story.
Only South African teams have won the coveted jersey; Kangangi and Karaya would be the first Kenyans as well as Black Africans to break the trend.
Evolution Gravel and Team Amani — the movement to develop an East African pro cycling culture marches on
After the success of last year's Migration Gravel Race, the Amani Project rolls into 2022 with a new stage race and a team.
Karaya was third at this summer's Migration Gravel Race; the Cape Epic is another important opportunity for the aspiring Kenyan pro.
Unbound Gravel champ Ian Boswell sees himself as a cycling ambassador at Kenya's Migration Gravel Race, where many riders hail from Africa.
The inaugural gravel stage race is bringing possibility - and prestige — to Africa's professional cycling hopefuls.
How one of the Amani project's initiatives hopes to elevate African riders.