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The Latest From Our Journal

Rodeo at large

The Ride Report // Tale Of A Donkey

The Ride Report had a conversation with Rodeo founder Stephen Fitzgerald about how we got started, what our philosophies are, how we approach products, and where we might be going next.
Culture

Bikepacking.com // Show Pony Preview

Bikepacking.com has the scoop on the prototype Show Pony hardtail mountain bike frames that previewed recently. In the post we talk about our motivation and plans for the project in the coming year.
Gear

The Radavist //
North South Co

Hailey Moore wrote a wonderful, detailed recap of her first bikepacking race astride her Traildonkey at North South Colorado. Spoiler alert: She had an amazing race!
Gear

The Latest From Instagram

Watching @ashcarelock enjoy these blue bird desert roads is making us so excited for warmer days to come. Giddyup!
#traildonkey

Watching @ashcarelock enjoy these blue bird desert roads is making us so excited for warmer days to come. Giddyup!
#traildonkey
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Shout out to this guy. Mike Smith. He’s been a part of the Rodeo story since early on, having owned many Donkeys and Flaanimals over the years, and also having broken a couple of Donkeys along the way to be honest. That’s when he got the name Donkeyslayer and we made it a goal to make a Donkey strong enough to survive his tender ways. But more important than riding our bikes, Mike has been a part of the community more than pretty much anyone we know. He’s been organizing and hosting @garodeorally Rodeo Rallies for years in his home state of Georgia and beyond. Hundreds and hundreds of riders have enjoyed these rides that he organizes and puts on throughout the year for absolutely free, often introducing people to the fun of gravel for the first time. These rallies often fly under radar. There’s no hype or marketing, just grass roots and word of mouth invitation offline and online. There are never entry fees and Mike doesn’t profit from the events. He just does it all because he loves it, and that’s really the best, most genuine reason to do anything. Cheers to you Mike, and to the community you’ve built. We’re deeply inspired by you stoke, and proud to have you at the forefront of the herd.
#rideexplorecreate

Shout out to this guy. Mike Smith. He’s been a part of the Rodeo story since early on, having owned many Donkeys and Flaanimals over the years, and also having broken a couple of Donkeys along the way to be honest. That’s when he got the name Donkeyslayer and we made it a goal to make a Donkey strong enough to survive his tender ways. But more important than riding our bikes, Mike has been a part of the community more than pretty much anyone we know. He’s been organizing and hosting @garodeorally Rodeo Rallies for years in his home state of Georgia and beyond. Hundreds and hundreds of riders have enjoyed these rides that he organizes and puts on throughout the year for absolutely free, often introducing people to the fun of gravel for the first time. These rallies often fly under radar. There’s no hype or marketing, just grass roots and word of mouth invitation offline and online. There are never entry fees and Mike doesn’t profit from the events. He just does it all because he loves it, and that’s really the best, most genuine reason to do anything. Cheers to you Mike, and to the community you’ve built. We’re deeply inspired by you stoke, and proud to have you at the forefront of the herd.
#rideexplorecreate
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Our Values

RIDE

Our bikes as hard as we can. Never lose touch with the fact that true inspiration for everything we do comes from time spent in the saddle.

EXPLORE

If we stay where things are familiar we will quickly grow stale. To stay challenged we always seek out the new. New paces to ride, new goals to attempt, and new people to collaborate with.

CREATE

When we return home from our adventures we take our experiences and turn them into things that we can share. Stories, photos, videos, and inspired products are the fruit of our labor.