LATEST NEWS & REVIEWS

  • Gravel Grinder News: Shimano Sunglasses, Ritchey Gravel Grips, Bookman Lights
    The Gravel Grinder News is back with items from Shimano, Ritchey, and a set of lights from Sweden. Let’s get started
  • Lauf Seigla Race Wireless: Getting Rolling
    The evolution of the ‘gravel bike’ has been impressive of late, and one of the companies pushing the envelope is Lauf Cycling. First known for their distinctive leaf-spring short travel suspension forks and Icelandic origin, today Lauf is based in the U.S., and their new Seigla is redefining the capabilities of the gravel race bike.
  • Primal Endurance On Gravel: A View From Anthropology
    If I am on the right track, we play with returning to the ancestral scheme when riding and racing gravel over long distances. Our bodies do what they do best. We improve the odds of living healthier, longer lives.
  • Bontrager Circuit Winter Wear: At The Finish
    Lets see what I have found about the three pieces of gear I rode in over several hours and a goodly amount of miles. First, my favorite piece.
  • Sigma ROX 4.0 GPS Cycling Computer: At The Finish
    The Sigma ROX 4.0 has an attractive price and feature set.
  • Shimano RX801 and RX8R Shoes: An Update
    Since it is well below freezing most days now and since we’ve moved into our Winter attire for the time being, we thought we’d mention that we haven’t forgotten about this review, but we also are not done with the shoes yet.
  • The DARE Golden Experience: Getting Rolling
    What if you could take the personal touch up a couple of levels? What if you could actually visit the folks making your bike, meet them face to face, sit down over coffee, get a proper fit done, and work it all out?
  • Update On The Riding Gravel Radio Ranch Podcast
    n case you were wondering- and if you were not, we get it – but concerning the podcast, The “Riding Gravel Radio Ranch”, we had a big change happen ‘behind the curtains’, as it were, this past Summer.
  • WTB Vulpine 700 X 40mm Tires: At The Finish
    So, as it stands now, WTB has a 36mm and a 40mm Vulpine that would make for a fantastic tire for racing, and maybe it would work for adventurous types and everyday gravel riders if the terrain was tamer.
  • Ergon BT OrthoCell Handlebar Pads: Getting Rolling
    In the quest to reduce vibration induced rider fatigue, we have in for test and review the new Ergon BT OrthoCell handlebar pads.
  • Shimano GRX Carbon Wheels: At The Finish
    They aren’t flashy, but they will get the job done reliably and with a high degree of performance.

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