Journal

Dot Dot Dot, Dash Dash Dash, Dot Dot Dot

Dot Dot Dot, Dash Dash Dash, Dot Dot Dot

There is no comfortable, sunshine-y way to parse the current global pandemic and the effect it is having on the world’s economy without resorting to some already much abused language. And there is no clear path forward for a business trying to look ahead to a brighter future. More

A Peloton Of One

A Peloton Of One

The streets are empty, and an eerie calm has descended on cities and towns everywhere. This weekend would have been the 118th running of the Hell of The North – the legendary Paris-Roubaix. More

Diesels Run Forever

Diesels Run Forever

Yuri Hauswald refers to himself as a diesel when describing power output and his propensity for chewing up insane distances. That’s a fitting, if somewhat self-deprecatory, description for a riding style that has served him well. More

Between the Cactus and the Deep Blue Sea

Between the Cactus and the Deep Blue Sea

This is a love song about a thousand-mile-long crooked finger of dust and rocks and cactus. It’s also about the enduring power of friendship, and about the connective power of bicycles. More

The Gravel Horizon

The Gravel Horizon

Light enough to give a road climbing purist heart palpitations. Strong enough to make mountain bikers and Clydesdales smile while daydreaming of warp speed descents. Versatile enough to ride from here to...everywhere. Roval is proud to introduce a new range of wheels: Terra. More

Digging for Gold in Yorkshire

Digging for Gold in Yorkshire

Racing is glorious. It is the distillation of effort and aspiration and willpower into a focused energy that brings out the best in us. Sometimes it brings out the worst in some of us, but the good outweighs the bad and we firmly believe that competition improves the breed. More

Finding the One Percent

Finding the One Percent

The life of a professional athlete can look glamorous from the comfort of the spectator’s seat. But armchair quarterbacks and pub pundits don’t often comprehend the years and years of rigorous physical conditioning, monastic living and mental toughness that go into making a world-class athlete. More

Maghalie Rochette riding through mud during race

A Winter's Education

This past winter, Maghalie Rochette started her cyclocross season on a tear in the US. Good early season form culminated in a victory at the Canadian National Championships, and from there she embarked on a three-month campaign of living and racing in Europe, wrapping up at the World Championships in... More