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Open Min.D

This might not be the place to say it, but road riding and I have been going through something of a rocky patch. In fact, that’s a literal explanation, as I genuinely have been spending more of my time riding through patches of rock.

I’ve been doing far more gravel riding than road riding, which is something Open would appreciate, having built its reputation developing gravel bikes such as the UP, the Upper and the . So it really piqued my interest when I learned that Open’s co-founders Andy Kessler (former CEO of BMC) and Gerard Vroomen

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