The quest for the perfect Dirty Kanza bike set up is world class water cooler talk, at least here at Dirty Kanza.. And while we just released what we believe to be the perfect platform for 200 gnarly rocky miles in the Flint Hills of...

The biggest gravel race in the universe is this weekend in the Flint Hills of the great state of Kansas. There will be thousands of glorious humans experiencing 200 miles of mud, jagged rocks, wind, steep pitches, and lots and lots of flat tires....

Over a year in the making.. Painstakingly designed and tested. Build for ultimate capability. And of course, it's #MADEHERE. ...

The Sea Otter Classic in Monterrey California attracts an enormous variety of human beings to it’s consumer bike expo each year. Companies release new products, enthusiasts attend to take it in, and racers come to win. @deepwheelsshallowthoughts and the @meteorxgiordana squad showed up...

In my adventures racing bikes I have found that a fundamental tool for success is maintaining an unwavering positivity. Believe you can do it, until absolutely proven other wise. It takes a special kind of effort lot to hold positivity through extreme adversity, but often...

The hot two-wheeled topic right now is gravel (well, that’s if you don’t count Mathieu van der Poel). Should you buy a gravel bike or a road bike? When answering that question, a person typically has to ask a variety of other prequalifying...

We are obsessed with making bikes, and thought it would be cool to capture how a bike goes from raw material in our factory, to a finished and refined product cruising down the tarmac underneath the rider....

Lake of the Ozarks in central Missouri is a region of steep hills, tree covered country roads, and now thanks to that show Ozark on Netflix, deep mystery. We recently got the opportunity to scout part of the course of the EPIC 150, and...

Do you know where your bike was made? Or who made it? Does it matter to you? We are living in a time when consumers are concerned less and less about this. They have grown up in a country that no longer...

By: Rob Reed for Forbes.com There's a huge grey area on the cycling spectrum. It starts where the pavement ends and ends where singletrack trails begin. It's the gap between proper road bikes with skinny tires, drop bars and caliper brakes and their XC mountain biking...