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LATEST EPISODES

  • “Episode #86 – Tyler Tafelsky of Bearclaw Bikes/Moran 166”
    THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY BIKE RAGS Get 10% off from Andy’s Bike Shop – Use code RidingGravel Andy and Guitar Ted are joined by Tyler Tafelsky of Bearclaw Bikes. They chat about Bearclaw, the U.P., gravel, the Moran 166 (and 64). Then the guys…
  • “Episode #84 – Crystal Ball”
    THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY BIKE RAGS Get 10% off from Andy’s Bike Shop – Use code RidingGravel Andy and Guitar Ted are back at it after a little break. They discuss the current pro/UCI/gravel connection, situation, and possible future prospects in the gravel event…
  • “Episode #83 – Bobby Kennedy of Salty & Stupid Cycling”
    THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY BIKE RAGS Get 10% off from Andy’s Bike Shop – Use code RidingGravel Andy and Guitar Ted get a chance to chat with Bobby Kennedy of Salty & Stupid Cycling. They chat about what they have going on at Salty…
  • “Episode #82 – It’s Been A While!”
    THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY BIKE RAGS Get 10% off from Andy’s Bike Shop – Use code RidingGravel Andy and Guitar Ted remind you to get on the unPAved contest. They also chat about some Pirelli gravel tires, as well as some more light feedback….

11 thoughts on “Riding Gravel Radio Ranch Podcast

  1. Corporate news outlets are applying their Pro racing coverage to gravel. This will shape the façade of gravel to on lookers. They are doing what they know and larger events are compromising their events in return for the “free press”. Focusing on that aspect of riding is weird to me. It is like being in to randonnuering and only following the Tour or the Giro. Riders will sort it out, and who says you have to race or even go to events? I would advise people if you do go to a structured format, be prepared to be measured against others. Rider be ware.

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