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Monday, March 11, 2019

Alison Tetrick: The New Queen Of Gravel? @AMTetrick

In 2017, after eight years as a professional road racer, Alison Tetrick lined up at one of the world's most demanding gravel races: the 206-mile Dirty Kanza. She won in a dramatic sprint finish—and set the course record in the process. The victory changed Tetrick's life.

Raising Riders: From Passengers to Partners on the Baja Divide @salsacycles

Raising Riders: From Passengers to Partners on the Baja Divide from Dan Clark on Vimeo.

During the winter of 2018, 10-year-old Koby Clark rode most of the Baja Divide under his own power, cleanly riding tough sections where the rest of his family pushed their bikes. Koby tells the story of his ride and hints at some of the 'sticky situations' he encountered along this challenging 1700-mile route. The film also showcases the innocence of youth and the richness of the experience while bikepacking as a family in a foreign country.
A film by Dan Clark with narration by Koby Clark.
Presented by: Salsa Cycles (
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Sponsors: MEC (, Big Agnes (, Revelate Designs (, Lauf (, and Ibex Outdoor Clothing
Supporters: Wolf Tooth Components, Kinekt Seatpost, Crank Brothers, BicylebungeeUSA, Voltaic Systems, and The Robert Axle Project
Licensed Music: Tiny Music, Max Brodie, Marc Walloch, John Lowell Anderson, Pete Morse, Hartley, and Ben Beiny

7 Bike-Rafting Tips #bikerafting @TheGearJunkie

What is "bike-rafting"? Our video, developed with Wild Confluence Media, details this burgeoning form of wilderness transport. It is a system that combines mountain biking, pack rafting, and backpacking to give ultimate mobility on water and land. Here we follow Colin Arisman and the Wild Confluence crew on a 400KM bike-rafting expedition through the British Columbian wilds.