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Guitar Ted – guitarted@ridinggravel.com

Ben – ben@ridinggravel.com

 

 

12 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Hello. I love the events calendar and refer to it frequently when planning my gravel rides. Was just thinking how handy it would be if the states where the events are held were listed, in addition to the cities. Thanks again for putting the great calendar together.

    1. @Joe Creager – Thanks for checking in, but I am sorry to inform you that the events calendar will no longer be updated. We had to make a decision after COVID took us for a surprise ride, cancelling and postponing many events. We decided to let the calendar go. It’s cutting into things we have to give our time to that are more valuable to the readers.

      I think you’ll find that registration sites like Bike Reg, et al, have quite a complete gravel calendar of events. Facebook has tons of gravel events listed, and you can always search online for Grand Fondo Guide which has an extensive list of gravel events. Thanks!

  2. I keep receiving an error pop-up in the forums when attempting to upload a photo to a post. No matter how many times I edit the photo for size and/or try a different file type; I get a pop-up that says file size exceeded.

  3. I want to thank you for your website and podcast. I recently started riding again after a long, long hiatus, mostly due to work and work-related travel. Years ago, I commuted by bicycle. Most of the route was on pavement, but two miles were a “short cut” up/down an old fire road. So when I heard about this “gravel” thing, I thought, “that’s for me.” Finding your site and podcast is a godsend for someone reawakening in a completely different world of gravel cycling gear, technology, and technique.

    I have one request: Would you please increase the audio level on your podcast recordings? I listen to many podcasts, and the audio levels on your podcast are significantly lower than any other. I have to more than double the playback volume to hear what you have to say, then remember to turn the volume back down before listening to anything else.

  4. It looks like you’ve misspelled the word “Piolet” on your website. I thought you would like to know :). Silly mistakes can ruin your site’s credibility. I’ve used a tool called SpellScan.com in the past to keep mistakes off of my website.

    -Kerri

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