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Surviving the Chino Grinder

            1. Train – the fastest folks will finish in just over 5 hours but the rest of us will be on the bike for 7 to 8 hours. Ride your bike, concentrate on getting one long

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Recommendations for Bradshaw Grinder Bike Setup

In gravel cycling a bike set up for one event may be less than optimal for another. This is case with the Bradshaw Grinder and the Chino Grinder. Although just miles apart, the roads encountered in the Bradshaw course are

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Bringing the family to the Chino Grinder?

As promised there will be plenty to do for everyone. We are also thrilled to announce the United Phoenix Firefighters Charities and the Chino Valley Rotary club will be on-site grillin’ and serving lunch along with New Belgium beer in

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What’s New in 2016: Chino Grinder

After reviewing the feedback and data collected at the 2014 and 2015 events, the AZ Gravel Rides crew has made some changes to for the 2016 Chino Grinder taking place on May 7. If you’ve participated in previous years or

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The Return Leg of the Chino Grinder

This post was written by John Camoriano about his experience as a member, along with his teammate Phil Panipinto, of a two man relay team at the 2015 Chino Grinder. John is an accomplished cyclist and triathlete who currently rides

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