What’s New!

The Dirty Freehub gang has been busy, but from our lack of blog posts, it may not seem that way. :) Rides! Rides! Rides! We have added two new gravel rides this spring and are working several others. The Ghost of Ashwood is flat out spectacular and fun.  40+ miles, 4000+ feet of gain… some …

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Where’s My Road?

Within the cue sheet (i.e. turn by turn directions) of each of the rides I post, I have the following disclaimer: This ride, like most adventure / gravel rides, has a lot of nuanced turns. The easiest way to follow the ride is by downloading the GPS file to a Garmin device or using the …

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Comfortably Numb

by Gravel Girl / April 19th, 2015 I am at that level of exhaustion that can only be created by some absurd sports event.  I want to shut my eyes but I know that I need another glass of water along with another mound of food. The lights from inside the trailer cast odd shadows, leaving …

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Exploring Billy’s Playground

After a great weekend gravel ride with WebCyclery  (the Spring Classic ride, with over 50+ riders), I have two other gravel / adventure rides to suggest.  Billy’s Playground, as in Billy Chinook, the indian guide for John Fremont and Kit Carson.  The rides explore the area between Sisters and Lake Billy Chinook.  You cross many …

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Post Gravel — so much, so good!

One of the unknown gems in adventure riding is a rectangular section of the Ochoco National Forest just southeast of Post, OR. The town of Post is the geographic center of Oregon. This section of the Ochoco National Forest (that I will refer to as the Ochoco Rectangle ) is detached from the main and …

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