A new gravel bike has been unveiled in Scottsdale, Arizona, where the dirt bike scene has been steadily gaining traction.
The Pea is a new entry into the gravel racing market that is more affordable than the likes of the Bora, Yamaha or Suzuki, but with a unique feature that has become more popular than expected.
The bike has a carbon fiber frame and comes in a set of 12 wheels that have been specifically designed to be ridden on gravel.
The wheels have been custom cut from a variety of materials including steel, aluminium, carbon fiber and even carbon fibre and titanium.
The seat is also made of carbon fiber, making the bike feel more like a regular road bike.
It’s a bit unusual to see a gravel bike come out in a time like this, especially considering the popularity of gravel bikes in recent years.
A lot of companies have been releasing gravel bikes for a long time, but the Pea really surprised me with its versatility.
It has a unique set of features that I was surprised to see on a gravelbike, and it really feels like a new kind of bike.
The price point is definitely on the low side for a gravel racer, but this one is going to sell out quickly.
Pea has partnered with the local gravel race team, the Mountain Bike Racing Club to create this gravel bike.
They are giving away free gravel bikes to any rider who enters the race in order to promote the sport.
The race was held at the Mountain Biking Center and the race was very competitive.
The riders were very evenly matched with only a few riders coming in as favorites.
Some riders were riding the Peas wheels at a slightly faster pace than others.
The organizers were also able to create some great footage of the race, which is part of their “Shoot to win” promotion.
You can see some of that footage at the end of the video.
The Pea also has a built-in air compressor, which allows the rider to control the air flow during the race.
This allows for the bike to perform better in the heat of the event.
It also makes the bike very stable when the heat is on.
The carbon fiber construction means that it’s also strong enough to withstand the effects of extreme weather like rain and snow.
The only downside is that there are no rear derailleurs on the bike, which means that the Pease is only able to go up to 3.3 gears on the front end.
This means that there is no ability to go down a gear to improve traction.
I’m glad to see that the company is doing away with rear derailles on the gravel bike because I personally feel that this is a great compromise for the price.
The bike also has some special features that make it stand out.
The head tube has been specifically tuned to handle the weight of the Peaser.
This also makes it easy to adjust the weight, which in turn means that riders can customize the bike for different riding styles.
The tail section is also special to make it look unique.
The design is very well thought out and makes it look like the bike is made from something different.
It is also really fun to ride on the dirt because it’s not really a bike that needs to be raced.
The bottom bracket is also custom made to fit the Peasers frame, which makes it much easier to adjust.
The handlebars are also custom designed to fit on the Peases front and rear wheels.
The paint scheme is unique, as well.
It doesn’t look like it’s just some generic white paint that is applied to the bike.
Rather, it has been given the color of a pea.
The pea is very popular for being a cool-looking bike, and I think it will be fun to see this paint scheme used on the other gravel bikes coming out in the near future.
There’s still plenty of time for people to buy this gravel gravel bike if they want to race on it.
You don’t need to worry about the price or the availability of the bike yet.
It will likely be available in January and it’s going to be a lot of fun to watch the sport develop.
I’d definitely recommend this gravel racing bike if you’re looking for something fun and unique.
The Mountain Bike Rowing Club is hosting a gravel racing event at the Mesa Vista Regional Park.
This is the first gravel racing race at the park in the past few years.
The gravel racing season is held in the winter and the event will start on Saturday, January 11th and run through to the following Monday.
The event will feature three different courses, including one that is open to the public.
There is also a race for riders of all ages.
The race is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. and run until 11:00 a.m., with the last race starting at 12:00 noon.
If you are interested in racing, this gravel