A pirate sword for the taking: Alison Tetrick’s Gravel Worlds diary

Forget the rainbow jersey, there’s a different kind of booty to be won at Pirate Cycling’s unofficial Gravel World Championships. Defending champion Alison Tetrick brings us the swashbuckling tale of navigating her way through the choppy waters at this year’s 150 mile (241 kilometre) gravel race. The road may seem to go on forever, but … The post A pirate sword for the taking: Alison Tetrick’s Gravel Worlds diary appeared first on CyclingTips .

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