Photos by Michiel Maas When people think of The Netherlands, it usually drums up visions of water-filled canals, windswept sand dunes, and a flat landscape dotted with cute little towns and windmills. With a closer look, you will find tucked in this landscape a vast network of farm and forest roads with endless bike paths […]

ENVE’s First Shuttle Party

Last week ENVE invited the public out for an end-of-season outing on the famous Wasatch Crest trail in Park City, Utah, and picked up the shuttle tab. The Crest starts from the top of Guardsman Pass, which sits between Big Cottonwood Canyon and Park City Mountain Resort. It follows the ridgeline (or crest) down 1400 […]

BWR Cedar City – What Worked & What Didn’t

The third and final round of the Belgian Waffle Ride Triple Crown of Gravel meant trading the skinny tires of BWR San Diego for meaty rubber and a true gravel setup to tackle the high desert terrain of Cedar City, Utah. Athletes were challenged with rocky singletrack, chunky dirt roads, and altitude over the 130 […]

BWR Cedar City Tips From ENVE Pros

The Belgian Waffle Ride heads to Cedar City, Utah, for round three of the four race series. As one of the only major events to happen in 2020, BWR Cedar City became the first BWR held outside of San Diego and helped lay the foundation for adding rounds in Asheville, North Carolina, and Lawrence, Kansas this […]

The Inaugural Wasatch All-Road

Utah has a brand new gravel event called the Wasatch All-Road and it brought a challenge like few other events on the calendar. Due to the event’s location in Heber City, which is nestled between the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains, there was no way of getting around anything but a climb-heavy day in the saddle […]

The Last Best Ride – Montana’s Hidden Gravel Race

Photos and Words by Ian Matteson Montana’s nickname is “The Last Best Place” and living up to its name The Last Best Ride is likely to be one of the most sought after races due to the area’s appeal and the fact it’s limited to between four-to-five-hundred entries per year. This year marked the inaugural […]


When we envisioned what the ultimate celebration of bicycles could look like, it included the custom works of art and the trendsetting artisans behind those builds, the riding that inspires us to go bigger and be bolder, and most importantly, the community of cyclists from every genre coming together all in one place. That place […]


Last month we teamed up with Above Category to support a few riders taking part in Unbound Gravel. Not only is Above Category one of our premium retail partners, they are also lovers of gravel and support the scene by hosting their very own event that showcases the pristine gravel throughout Marin.  As part of […]

Gravel is the New Ironman

Throughout the decades, endurance fitness crazes have come and gone. The 1980s saw the explosion of original endurance race, the marathon. The running craze seized the United States and the world beyond. Regular citizens were running for fun and fitness, U.S. athletes challenged for the Boston Marathon win, and joggers everywhere thought maybe I could do that. In […]

Unbound Gravel uncertainty? Tips and Tricks for UNBOUND From Race Veterans

UNBOUND Gravel has a way of testing you unlike any other event we’ve been a part of. There’s no shortage of wisdom available on how to prepare and what essentials to bring with you, but we decided a little more instruction from those who have earned their stripes in the Flint Hills wouldn’t hurt in […]