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Where once the road used to end, now it begins. Never before have we been able to explore like this. Rediscover what it means to throw a leg over a drop bar bike with "Gravel Tripping."


Piemonte

Ep. 5: Last year, I took part in the Transcontinental Race, an unsupported race from Geraardsbergen (Belgium) to Istanbul (Turkey). There was no set route. There were no stages. Only four checkpoints in France, Italy, Croatia and Montenegro. In between, the 180 participants were free to choose when to stop and which roads to ride.
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Columbia: Thereabouts Three

Ep. 4: As an U23 rider Lachlan Morton was touted as the "next big thing" in Australian cycling and no-one batted an eyelid when he secured a contract with World Tour team Garmin-Sharp at the start of 2013. After two years at the highest level of racing, Lachlan was struggling to find the motivation to deliver on his early promise and eventually walked away from the sport.

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One Bike, Two Men, Three Peaks

Ep. 3: The Three Peaks Cyclo-Cross is an annual Cyclo-cross event over the three peaks of Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-y-ghent, in Yorkshire, England.

The mass start CX race is a unique type of bike race. You could argue it is not a bike race. It is but a slog over the three small, but majestic mountains, be it by foot or wheel it bills itself as the "hardest cyclo-cross race in the world." 

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Australia: Victorian High Country

Ep. 2: The alps aren't just in Europe. Head to the Victorian High Country in search of the finest gravel in Oz.

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New Zealand: Exploring the Rimutaka Trail

Ep. 1: Windy Wellington. The purpose of the trip was to ride the Rumitaka Trail, but what was experienced we could never have imagined.

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