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Craig Dalton
The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast
The Gravel Ride is a cycling podcast where we discuss the people, places and products that define modern gravel cycling. We will be interviewing athletes, course designers and product designers who are influencing the sport. We will be providing information on where to ride, what to ride and how to stay stoked on gravel riding.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 415 ratings
Unbelievable love this so much. Keep going champ
Paul Marais 13 via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 04/27/24
Talk less, listen more..
The Craig Dalton - Josh Poertner interview had some great insights from Poertner but was unbearable because of the interviewer talking over, and trying to school, his guest.
ACKRS via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/13/24
Love the Gravel Ride
Craig and Randell are doing a super job with the podcast. It is entertaining and I learn so much with the diverse guests and topics. As a mechanical engineer I love when Randell goes full bike nerd on tech, bike design and in depth discussions on components. I’m always eagerly waiting for the...Read full review »
Ocala Bill via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/05/23
Recent Episodes
This week on the podcast we welcome Justin Bowes, a coach at FasCat Coaching. We discuss the evolution of Fastcat Coaching and the development of their training app, Optimize. Craig shares he'll be lining up for the UNBOUND 200 in June and Justin has the tough job of getting him ready. Justin...
Published 04/16/24
In this episode, host Craig Dalton interviews Dean Dahl, the founder of Good Ride Gravel, about his journey into gravel cycling and the upcoming gravel event he is organizing in Chilliwack, British Columbia. Dean shares his background in skateboarding and mountain biking and how he found a...
Published 04/02/24
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