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Jun 30, 2020

In the Dirt covers the latest news and commentary from the gravel cycling community.   This week we discuss the impending name change for DK and some of the voices we should be listening too.  Followed by a discussion about the exploding field of gravel bike bags to optimize your ride.   Each week we conclude with...

Jun 23, 2020

This week we speak with Geoff Duncan and Chris Moore from the Hellhole Gravel Grind stage race in South Carolina. The team has an innovative format making for a fun weekend away!

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Hellhole Gravel Grind Stage Race

Jun 16, 2020

Introducing 'In the Dirt' a bi-weekly show covering the latest product drops and general musings about gravel with co-host Randall Jacobs.

This week we tackled the everpresent question, What is a gravel bike?  Then we tackle the controversial subject of fully suspended gravel bikes.     

This week's 'Can't let it go'...

Jun 9, 2020

This week we talk with one of gravel's finest; professional racer and event organizer, Amanda Nauman.   Amanda is a 2x DK100 winner and runner-up in this year's Mid-South event.   In September, health conditions dependent, Amanda and team are introducing a new gravel event, Mammoth Tuff in Mammoth Lakes, CA. 


Jun 2, 2020

The global Covid-19 crisis has lead to the cancelation or postponement of most gravel events this year.   With community health of utmost importance, race directors have and continue to have to make tough decisions about their events.  Meanwhile, professional and amateur gravel athletes alike have been forced to create...