Ted King’S Ridiculous 23-Hour Gravel Ride Across An Entire State

Three weeks ago, on a damp night on the Canadian border of Vermont, Ted King set off for a very big bike ride. With a chipper ‘ciao’, the ex-roadie-turned-gravel-pro rolled into the driving rain and the inky dark and set a course south. King didn’t know it at the time, but by the end of … The post Ted King’s ridiculous 23-hour gravel ride across an entire state appeared first on CyclingTips .

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