Gravel roads can help communities improve the durability of local infrastructure and save money doing it — so long as they invest in the right road building and stabilization technology.
Gravel roads can help municipalities save significantly on maintenance costs and lead to easier travel for residents — which is why Michigan lawmakers are considering investing in more of these unpaved surfaces.
Gravel biking is transforming the cycling community — and making the case for greater investment in unpaved gravel roads in the process.
For small towns and rural communities looking to attract visitors and support local businesses, gravel bike paths are well worth the cost of installation and upkeep.
Oregon offers some of the country’s most beautiful natural scenery, and its largely temperate climate makes the state a perfect environment for traveling by bike. To help you plan your next trip, we’ve highlighted some of Oregon’s most majestic gravel pathways for cycling.