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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.
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.
European Divide Trail. Finding a new route across Europe in between civilization. Andy Cox explains the concept behind the European Trail Divide.
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
True Grit #2. I escape with just the basics: a bottle, a survival kit, something to snack on, and then we’re off on the wild roads. You can have everything you need on a gravel bike.
True Grit #1. I am a girl who loves sports, this is my backyard. It’s a privilege to be able to go out your front door and suddenly be in an environment which is the perfect sample of Iceland’s nature.
Jurasick Park. The PCR Gravier collective is back with its latest adventure – a grand traverse of the Jura mountains. But did they find any dinosaurs?
Col de Braus By All Roads. Spring or Autumn? Both. Single ring or double-crankset? Both. Day ride or night ride? Both. Col de Braus by gravel or road? Both.
Born To Ride. Earlier this year Simon and Arthur rode into a storm for three days and come out the other side smiling on the beach to put the audaciousness into Audax.
Sainte Victoire Super Camper. The short form of adventure, Marseillais style returns. This time it’s sleeping with the donkeys on Sainte Victoire