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Joes Versus the Volcano: Riding Maunakea, the Hardest Climb in World

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Riding Maunakea with the ENVE squad started with dipping tires in ocean and ending on top of a volcano. Along the way we climbed nearly 14,000 feet, through desert-like dryness to rain to moonscape, with double-digit gradients and nearly of five miles of steep, nasty gravel. On Strava: https://www.strava.com/activities/1893172249 Hardest climb in the world? We’re convinced.

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Podcast: We’re back with episode 2 and guest Jake Pantone from ENVE

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While not yet the Phil Donahues of podcasting we’re back with our second show and first guest, ENVE Composites Director of Marketing Jake Pantone. We’ll cover a lot of ground including Jake’s interests beyond cycling including snow and water sports, his start in the biz, product design, brand marketing, what’s on the horizon for ENVE, and #1 manscaping tip. Housekeeping note:…

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Chris’ Top 10 Rides of 17

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Trying to categorize last year’s top rides is like trying to pick my favorite bottle of Pinot. It’s a tall order replete with the potential to overlook a gem. But a “best of” list deserves careful consideration, so here goes. Gravel: Anywhere, Anytime I’d danced around the edges of gravel but last year I came to fully appreciate that fun…

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The Making of a Dirty Kanza Racer

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Finding success at Dirty Kanza 200 is determined by a number of factors. Racing 200 miles through the Flint Hills of Kansas on gravel roads is, of course, a major challenge regardless of who you are, how much you train, or how methodical you are with your nutritional needs. Yet no matter how dialed you are with all of those,…

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On the bike and in the kitchen with Chef Seamus Mullen

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One of the greatest aspects of the bike is getting to meet fun and interesting people who in a short time, often turn into friends.  A few weeks ago we got to spend time riding and clowning with two  favs: Ted King, and award-winning chef and author Seamus Mullen of renowned NYC restaurant Tertulia.  BikeRadar caught up with Seamus at…

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