Rasputitsa Through Daghan Perker's Lens
Following up on Rasputitsa: Is it a race or is it a ride? we have one final selection of images from the 2018 edition of Rasputitsa by Daghan Perker who recently announced his first photo book: American Cyclocross (available to order now!). While Daghan's camera took a tumble and didn't survive the weekend thankfully we have a few photographs to remember a pretty terrific few days in the Vermont countryside.
Earlier this year we were one of the first teams to put Garneau’s newly launched Groad collection through its paces at Rasputitsa. Some of our initial impressions from the dirt roads of Vemont and New Hampshire follow.
Rasputitsa is unlike just about any other race on our calendar. Cullen recaps his experience finding happiness in ‘failure’ at the 2019 edition.
A detailed look at all of the equipment we used to survive the brutal conditions at Rasputitsa 2019
If Rasputitsa wasn’t legendary already, it will be after this weekend. This year’s edition—a 41-mile epic in the rain and snow, featuring 4,727 feet of climbing on Vermont’s soggy dirt roads—was one for the ages.
One of our favorite weekend’s of the entire year is here: Rasputitsa
TBD analyzed 123,000 race registrations from Rasputitsa to analyze its riders and their registration trends over time. Among other things, we learned that when riders start racing gravel, their days on the road are numbered.
What happens when two of our favorite races/race organizations overlap on one of the biggest weekends of racing? In 2019 we are about to find out
One last look at Rasputitsa 2018 as captured in a Weekend Roll by Daghan Perker
Three years in, we get asked one question about Rasputitsa more often than any other. Our answer…
Looking back at one very special weekend in Vermont.