August 12, 2019

In the June, 2019 issue of Velonews, Chief Editor, Fred Dreier, palled around with Rivet founder, Bjorn Snider, to see first hand what it was like to put on a gravel event. Here's what Fred had to say.

Why am I doing this again? Inside a do-it-yourself cycling event. Across the U.S., grassroots event organizers have steered participatory cycling in a bold new direction. Gone are the days when cycling events revolved around category upgrade points and photo finishes.

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September 11, 2018

Truth. Cycling is a great people connector. I've always loved this aspect about riding a bike. The fact that such a simple machine can bring so many people together who inherently may never have met otherwise is amazing. I've made lifelong friends with perfect strangers from halfway around the world all because we rode bikes together.

And considering Rivet is located in the greater Los Angeles area it is no wonder we have such a diverse and inspiring cast of characters who sh...

April 13, 2018

Paris-Roubaix, the Hell of the North. Over 250 kilometers in length including nearly 30 sections of France's most brutal cobbled roads. If you could roll up the entire essences of cycling and package it into one race it would be this one - the Queen of the Classic's. Why? Because it's hard, oh is it hard! We're all very familiar with the race's famed cobbled sections, the boulder sized stones with unforgiving jagged edges. We've all watched the video reals of tires popped, rims shattered and...

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