Good Life Gravel Adventure

I’m more than a little late in posting this, but geez, this sounded like fun. Wish I could have gone.

The Good Life Gravel Adventure was a 135-mile gravel grinder on the gravel and dirt roads surrounding Lincoln, Nebraska. It was put on by the Pirate Cycling League, a crew of Lincoln-area gravel freaks headed up by Corey “Cornbread” Godfrey.

Read the Wrap-Up from the PCL, plus race reports from Dale Rabideau, Joe Fox, and Matt Gersib, and great photos from Corey Godfrey (plus earlier recon photos).

Good stuff indeed.

It looks like several folks from Lawrence and KC made the trip up for the race … wonder if there’d be any interest in forming a similar gravel-grinding club around here?

The Lawrence Cycling Yahoo Group kind of serves that purpose, but they don’t seem to have an internet presence, other than Yahoo…

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I enjoy riding bicycles all over -- city streets, suburbia, rural roads, gravel roads, dirt roads, rail-trails, and singletrack. I love exploring the countryside and finding the interesting and historical treasures hidden in plain sight. You can follow my rides on Strava.