You may have heard of the Robert Axle Project, (no! it isn’t a band!), and if you have, you know that they do axles, (duh!), and through axles of various […]
Author Archive | Guitar Ted
Pro Discover Seat Post: Getting Rolling – by Guitar Ted With the advent of gravel riding, it seemed that a new effort was being made to look at how components […]
ABOUT THE EPISODE THIS EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY JENSONUSA The guys dig into some thoughts about the recent UCI gravel situation. Also, Guitar Ted shares some thoughts on […]
WTB says the Raddler is a gravel tire with the soul of an mountain bike tire. The Raddler certainly looks the part with its deeper tread pattern and blocky side lugs
The Redshift Sports Shock Stop Seat Post is a sleek looking, compact design that promises the rider a vibration reduction and more comfort. T
Gravel Grinder News: Gravel Worlds Breaks Down Financial Barriers To Riders – by Guitar Ted The Pirate Cycling League, promoters of Gravel Worlds, have announced a plan to help break […]
So, is having the UCI run a “Gravel Worlds” a benefit to gravel cycling? Would this make gravel cycling “legitimate” in terms of professional cycling? Or would this be, once again, the same old dog and pony show we’ve seen play out for decades.
The Pennsylvania countryside in Fall is supposed to be a beautiful thing, or so I have been told. I would know, but an unfortunate family health issue prevented me from attending the second unPAved of the Susquehanna River Valley event. Oh well, that’s how it goes sometimes. The good news is that the team there in Pennsylvania has decided to do it all again this coming Fall.
We’ve done this podcast over the last few years and it’s always been fun. We’re back on the air and we’re creating a whole new feed so that you can […]
Featuring several bikes with the new GRX components which Shimano introduced last year, (and which Riding Gravel is still reviewing), the new Warbirds still have all the salient features of the range introduced last year. Big tire clearances, dual wheel size capabilities, lots of accessory attachment points, and the Class V VRS vibration damping system.