We’ve been riding in Tasmania for a while now, and have been blown away by the routes. This article in Gravel Cyclist crowns Tasmania the next new gravel capital. But if you don’t “buy it”, where would you nominate to be THE best place to ride gravel? Maybe we will … Read More »
If you were thinking of getting the Dirty version of the kit, place your order by tomorrow… here’s all the details on buying a kit.
If you want download our courses onto your device (Garmin, phone, etc.) then RidewGPS requires you to have a premium account. But thanks to Webcyclery and (KevinG), who sponsored this, you now can download them for FREE! Step 1: Become a Dirty Freehub Club member. Click here. Then select “Apply to Join”. … Read More »
As Team Dirty Freehub leaves the town of 1770 for Western Australia, Gravel Girl had these thoughts. “My heart aches as we drive the route back to civilization, to Bundaberg airport. A kangaroo jumps in front of the car, Kevin swerves and avoids it. This seems to be an unsuccessful … Read More »
Ah! There is snow on the ground this morning in Downtown Bend. Winter riding is here. Below is a list of recommended rides for the winter season. The recommendations are based on max elevation attained during the ride. Be aware that with the Madras rides, do not do them if you expect … Read More »
At the Dirty Freehub headquarters, we have been busy!! Here are some of the things we have been working on: A new mapping feature that gives you an overview of where the rides are. So far, we have only implemented the feature on the Adventure Rides | Oregon page. … Read More »
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, … Read More »
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 … Read More »