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Nathan Haas blog: 'Who is responsible if sh*t hits the fan' in gravel teams?

I spent a decade on WorldTour teams and two years before that on a Continental level. When I began my career as a gravel professional, I was excited but also scared and overwhelmed at times with how to manage all of the relationships, partnerships, and business elements that are taken care of by a team.

I had stumbling blocks, and I’m sure I’ve crossed a few people from certain companies the wrong way, without any intention, but generally, I’ve loved learning how to essentially manage my own business and forge ahead as a privateer. Two and half years ago when I began this journey, this was really the only option but in a matter of years, now the norm is as much to be on a gravel team as it is to be a privateer.

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