[SBT GRVL’s ‘The Meaning of Ride’ documentary chronicles athletes racing to win, to heal and to save lives
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SBT GRVL is one of the world’s largest gravel events, with more than 3,000 cyclists descending upon Steamboat Springs, Colorado, each August to tackle routes ranging from 36 to 142 miles with a variety of packed gravel, technical trail sections and up to 10,400 feet of elevation gain depending on the course.
On October 10, SBT GRVL will release its ‘The Meaning of Ride’ documentary, which follows three athletes with three distinct motivations for undertaking the event in 2022 — to win, to heal and to save lives.
Peter Stetina: Racing to win
Former WorldTour-racer-turned-gravel-pro Pete Stetina is one of the athletes profiled in the film.