One thousand cyclists from across the country compete in the 200-mile gravel bike race known as the Dirty Kanza.
In the Road Less Traveled series rider Ansel Dickey competes at the annual Rasputisa gravel cycling race.
As biking (and racing) on unpaved roads explodes in popularity, gear has changed in a way that's affecting the whole cycling industry—for the better
Top-end bicycles are higher tech and better than ever. But so are the budget models.
Will the recent acquisition of the Colorado-based mountain bike company be the death knell for the brand, or will it emerge stronger and more innovative than ever?
I put Trek's newest gravel bike to the test on a 180-mile bikepacking trip through the Sonoran Desert. Here's how it held up.
What’s old is new and sexy again with this steel all-road ride.
If I could own only one road bike, it would be this Swiss Army knife of a pavement machine
For pickups and vans, there's no better bike carrier
Trying to get your head around the growing number of models now built for both pavement and dirt? We break it down.