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  1. Race Report: Low Gap - Grasshopper Adventure Series

    Race Report: Low Gap - Grasshopper Adventure Series

    It should come as no surprise that the gravel racing bug is spreading throughout the cycling community. What's not to love about pushing the limits of drop-bar bikes, exploring beautiful back roads, and simply enjoying time in the saddle with friends? Even the WorldTour peloton has been losing riders to the draw of gravel racing, and the fields of many...
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  2. Eight Pro Tips For Your Next Gravel Grinder

    Eight Pro Tips For Your Next Gravel Grinder

    Epic routes. Challenge. Adventure. Gravel grinders have it all. No wonder they draw participants from all different cycling backgrounds. We talked with gravel racing pros Geoff Kabush (Yeti Cycles-Maxxis), BrittLee Bowman (The Meteor // Intelligentsia) and Jake Wells (Form p/b IRC Tires) for some expert advice on how to go faster and have more fun at your next gravel event...
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  3. Stan's Athletes Bring the Heat to the Iceman Cometh Challenge

    Stan's Athletes Bring the Heat to the Iceman Cometh Challenge

    Traverse City, Michigan is home to the Iceman Cometh Challenge, which for many athletes is the final event of their busy schedules. Racing from March until November can be demanding on both the riders and their equipment, but thankfully our Stan's athletes were ready for the challenge. Both Chloe Woodruff and Geoff Kabush took the top step and claimed the...
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  4. Meet Geoff Kabush

    Meet Geoff Kabush

    If you’ve been following mountain bike racing during the past two decades, you’ve probably heard of Geoff Kabush. After a long and successful international cross country racing career, the 41-year-old Canadian Olympian recently switched his cycling focus to other types of events across North America. He now splits his time between Squamish, British Columbia, and East Bay and Truckee, California...
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  5. Geoff Kabush

    Geoff Kabush

    A born and bred Canadian, Geoff Kabush is known for racing his bike fast and having a little fun. After playing every sport in high school, Geoff decided to take MTB racing seriously after attending his first MTB World Championship as a Junior in 1995. Attending the University of Victoria and studying Engineering, he slowly moved through the ranks until...
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