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Monty Sears

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New to gravel grinding. Just bought a Specialized Diverge Expert build. Couple rides...love it! Little heavy geared on 300-400’ per mile climbs so I just put an e-thirteen cassette on! Idaho has amazing gravel to grind!!!

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Congrats on joining the gravel community. Lots of good folks on here and yes gravel grinding can become very addictive. I only wish I had more of it in PA. Enjoy your ride and gravel grinding/riding.

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