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The Café du Cycliste Gravel Team. A new year and new season on the horizon for the Gravel Team. The all-female squad will once again test their endurance, spirit and commitment on an international circuit.
Gravel in Beaujolais. The new wine of the season had already been well celebrated when a couple of local cyclists ventured to follow ex-pro and Café du Cycliste ambassador Jérôme Cousin around the vineyards. The course displays 35km for 1200m of elevation gain, nothing very difficult on paper.
Gravel in Gruyère. La Gruyère is in the canton of Fribourg, and has become famous for its cows, mountain pastures and the cheese of the same name produced here. The small Swiss enclave of just under 500km2 is a favourite place for cyclists who love natural beauty and plenty of elevation.
#whatisgravel: An Gravel exploration of Mont Blanc. The Roof of Europe, more commonly known as Mont Blanc, culminates at 4810 metres and to circle its base, three countries must be crossed. Asking the question #whatisgravel at this altitude, is an exciting prospect.
Jérôme Cousin: From the Peloton to the Desert. Less than a year ago, Jérôme Cousin was still a professional bike racer. He’s ridden in some of the world’s greatest races, including the Tour de France. Now, pedalling in the desert, riding a bike loaded with luggage, Jérôme’s only onlookers are the occasional farmer and his camels.
#WHATISGRAVEL - The Film. Gravel is a playground with infinite possibilities. Gravel is being able to ride anywhere, any time. Gravel is a dizzying feeling. Gravel is constantly renewed wonder.
True Grit #6 A gravel bike is the perfect way to explore the rural heart of Switzerland. I love clearing my mind by riding in nature where it is just my surroundings, my bike and me.
Bikepacking in the Lone Star State means endless gravel trails, purple posts, rising temperatures and lots and lots of sunscreen.
True Grit #5. I live, work, and play in San Francisco, California; and am always in motion, be it cycling, mountaineering, or dancing.
True Grit #4. We have a beautiful National Park at our doorstep. It has endless old forestry roads and lots of climbing and descending and plenty of challenges. I love the Australian bush and sometimes there is simply no place like home.
True Grit #3.This ride is special for so many reasons. There are over 100 miles of gravel track to explore and the setting is absolutely stunning. A perfect way to be outdoors and in nature, to see beautiful, new places.
Slow-vénia. More gravel, less kilometers, hugging sheep and hiking bikes, reading paper maps underwater. These are the lessons from Slow-Vénia by PCR Gravier