BWR Asheville earns its name as the “Hell of the North!”

The BWR Asheville course proves to be a challenging ride. Although this course is shorter in distance than the other races in the Triple Crown series, clocking in at just under 100 miles, the nature of Western North Carolina’s gravel roads make up for it in difficulty. Not only do you have to scale over…

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The BWR Pre-Ride Show with PureGravel

Jim Miller with Pure Gravel and Pre-Ride Show stopped by the Gulo Booth and sat down with John Murphy, Gulo Composite Brand Manager and course designer for BWR Asheville 2021 to do an  impromptu interview. Both them were super pumped about the ride and discussed ride strategies and the benefits to riding Gulo Wheels for…

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Riding the BWR Asheville tips

“Hello, my name is Reny Townsend and I’m a long time cycling fiend who longs to ride the hardest and biggest stuff on my days off. BWR Ashville is my #1 race priority of the year.  My goal is to win the 40+ male category even though it probably isn’t realistic. In my experience there really isn’t a…

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BWR Survival Guide

Imagine, you’re about 2 weeks out from the toughest gravel grinder event you’ll face this year or maybe ever. How are you feeling? A little nervous? A little anxious? Or maybe extremely confident? Whatever you’re feeling, the answer is to be calm! There is little denying that BWR (Belgian Waffle Ride) is going to be…

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veloworthy interview with gulo composites

Talk on Belgian Waffle Ride Survival Camps

Tue, 6/22 · 5:52 PM20:150:03 Veloworthy’s Brian Co, talks with Adam Mills from Source Endurance and John Murphy from Gulo Composites about BWR Survival Camps. Brian:Hey guys, I’m joined with Adam Mills and John Murphy, and we are here to talk about BWR Survival camps. And if you don’t already know who John is, he…

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