Intervals to Prepare for Your Next Gravel Grinder

Intervals to Prepare for Your Next Gravel Grinder

By: Zack Allison, BSEd Source Endurance, Senior Consultant Gravel riding and gravel racing is a unique cycling venture. With long durations like road racing but equipment similar to cyclocross, training for gravel races is different from other styles of events. By applying the same principles that guide us through all aspects of coaching- specificity and overload- we can design new workouts specific to gravel cycling to make you a faster rider. One of the things that makes gravel riding different is cadence and strength. On gravel roads of any kind you will find that the rolling resistance is greater. You…

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Road Bike Action GW15 press

Congrats to the 2015 overall winner, Neil Shirley!  Also huge thanks to Neil for the write up on GW15 in the November 2015 issue of Road Bike Action.  Here is a link to a RBA blog and article preview by Neil on the GW15. http://roadbikeaction.com/features/rba-features/aiming-for-the-rainbow-jersey-at-gravel-worlds Not everyone will win a jersey, but everyone will have a memorable day on the bike! Arrrrrgghhhh!

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The Good Life Gravel Adventure 2008

The Good Life Gravel Adventure 2008

When we say "humble beginnings", we weren't kidding. The writeup below came from the PCL Blog and was written the day after that inaugural voyage. It's great to see that so many of the original supporters are still on board, and that the precedent of good vibes carries on today. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2008 It's a wrap! Here are the results to the Inaugural Pirate Cycling League's The Good Life Gravel Adventure. A big thanks to all the participants, sponsors (Cycle Works, Moose's Tooth, Bike Pedalers, Screen Ink and Jason, TMCO, War Axe, and Snappy Caps), and volunteers (Steph and…

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