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Did you know that the Lotto for entry into Unbound Gravel
2023 opens today? (January 5th, 2023). If you are
interested in getting into the event, you should
So you’re thinking you might want to go to Unbound Gravel
2023? The lottery won’t open up until January 2023, but if
you haven’t booked a hotel already, you’re out...
Unbound Gravel 2022, was awesome…
For the past few years I’ve had dreams of buying a new
bicycle. I went back and forth on what to get, where to
get it, etc. Last year when...
So you think you want to try to take on Unbound Gravel,
but you aren’t sure how to get in?
Details for Unbound Gravel 2022 are starting to be shared,
I’ll try to make it a point to update this post with info
as it becomes available.
Where to start on this one, it’s been an interesting year,
not the best to be honest with a variety of things causing
turmoil this year, I question how much...
While we were at Unbound Gravel we took almost 2k photos,
not all of those lives up to our standards, but here is a
link to each of the four...
So what’d you do this past weekend? Did you ride The Mid
South? They shifted things up this year, went to a virtual
“incredibly socially distant” version of the event....
Today is November 16, 2020, why is that an important date?
If you registered for the Dirty Kanza in 2020 and chose a
deferral option, today is the day that...
Hot off the presses, Dirty Kanza is no more, long may
those who are unchained live Unbound!
My grand vision of building the Bicycle Tips brand/website
in 2020 were apparently dashed with Covid. That hasn’t
stopped the riding, though there has been less than
planned, and no...
So Dirty Kanza had their “virtual gravel camp”
this weekend. Going into this, I figured it would be
leading up to something. Some change, I assumed a
cancellation for 2020...
The Mid South 2020 was held in Stillwater, Oklahoma on
March 14th, 2020. Team Bicycle Tips was represented by
Chris^3 (Chris Cubed, Chris Hammond, Chris Lybarger and
Note: This is not a paid advertisement, these bars were
purchased by BicycleTips.com via our local bike shop at
It is already the second week of February, how much riding
do you have in? Personally, we started out January strong,
got a few outdoor rides in, and quite a...
Two weeks in to the new year and we’re back with a post!
Life got in the way of our plans of having more posts here
early on in the...
If you’ve been asleep for a few days you might have missed
that registration is open for the 2020 Dirty Kanza
lottery. Lottery you say?Yes, lottery. There is SO much...
Not sure we’ll get this posted before the end of
2019, but we’ve at least started writing it before
then! So a quick review of all things ‘19, look
If you’re reading this, you might be interested in
trying to get a spot in the Dirty Kanza for 2020. If so,
you’ve come to the right place to get...
Earlier this year I had a Retul Bike fit done at Trailhead
Bicycles in Ellisville, MO. One of the changes made during
that fitment was to my saddle. At the time...
So this site is called BicycleTips.com for a reason,
because at one point in time we planned to post
tips… Well, guess what, that’s back.
The announcement about Big Sugar Gravel just dropped a
couple of days ago and there is already a change! The
registration was originally announced as this Friday, the
Update 10/27/2019: Updated registration date from 11/1 to
11/15 as it appears to have shifted (we'll still be up
at 7am on Friday the 1st to try, and be safe) ...
A few months late, but here it goes! Back in July, I
headed out to Emporia again, this time with my buddy
Wagner. We planned for a few weeks to...
It is (past) that time of year, Pedal The Cause 2019. Here
in St. Louis Pedal The Cause is one of, if not the,
biggest charity bike rides you can...
Two of my three cycling goals were completed in the past
few weeks. First, I rode Pedal The Cause 2017, the century
again. I didn’t walk any this year, though...