I used to have this happy little theory that time on a bicycle bestowed special powers. Like some radioactive spider bite, biking could magically flatten our tummies, deepen our lungs and beef our hearts and quads. And (most significantly) biking could sharpen our eyes. Riding gravel improved our perception, I believed, by making it cool … More Bike Focals: How do we correct cycling’s vision problem?
The latest thing in gravel racing is all about honoring the earliest things in gravel racing. This week, we learned that a new Gravel Cycling Hall of Fame is coming to Emporia, Kan. And its first crop of inductees will come from your nominations. The hall’s organizers are seeking nominees in several broad categories. (Refreshingly, … More It’s an Honor Just to Be Nominating: Emporia to host new Gravel Hall of Fame
You don’t want to play Monopoly with my son. Marcus will talk to you about your straits in the most empathetic tones. He knows what it’s like to be stretched thin. And he sees the same threats on the board you do. There’s your daughter across the coffee table, gleefully scooping up railroads. And your … More Property of a Life Time: Is gravel racing monopolized?