The Rawland RAVN is a unique gravel/adventure/tour bike with a custom-drawn double butted cromoly frame the company categorizes as “All-Road Enduro.”
For 2017, Pivot Updates the Vault with fork updates including increased tire clearance and internal cable routing, and fully hydraulic brakes with higher volume tires.
Fuji showed off its flagship Jari 1.1 gravel bike at Interbike, and took a close look at the polished aluminum, SRAM Force 1 bike that’s coming this fall.
The new 2017 Eddy Merckx Strasbourg 71 Carbon we saw in Vegas was fresh off the shipping container and delivered directly to the 2016 Interbike Outdoor Demo. We take a look at the new model here.
At this year’s Tour de France, freeride pro Sam Pilgrim took a gravel bike and an unconventional route around France on his way to Le Tour’s …
Earlier this month at the 2016 Bike Press Camp, we saw the full 2017 GT Grade gravel, or “Enduroad” as the company calls it, line-up.
At the 2016 Bike Press Camp, we had an opportunity to test the much-hyped the 3T Exploro gravel bike. Was it a compromised bike? A solution to a problem that didn’t exist? Or an innovative, versatile bike with many benefits?
There were a number of purpose-built buikes at the 2016 Lost & found gravel race, including this suspended Soulcraft 26″ wheeled machine.
Aerodynamics and gravel racing. 3T is sure they go together like peanut butter and jelly. And they are releasing what they are calling the first aero gravel frame, the Exploro, to prove it.
It’s not all carbon and tubeless at the Lost & Found gravel race as evidenced by this modified 1986 steel 26″ wheel Peugeot City Express commuter seen at the race’s finish.
We reviewed the Sage Cycles PDXCX ‘cross bike a couple of years ago back in print issue 25. The Barlow is the latest Sage Cycles design with the gravel rider and racer in mind.
GT introduced the Grade Carbon gravel bike in 2014 when the gravel road segment was just gaining momentum.
Breezer is back in the road bike game with its new Inversion road/gravel model, shown at Sea Otter.
Mongoose made its name in BMX, and that prominence carried into mountain biking and cyclocross. Although Mongoose maintained its position in BMX, the rest of the line has lost its luster. Mongoose is out to change that with its new Selous Expert
We spotted Fuji’s first ever gravel bike yesterday afternoon at Sea Otter, the new Jari, which comes in three models, the Jari 1.1, 1.3 and 1.5. We took a look at the mid-range Jari 1.3.
Darrel Williams, the man behind Thrive Cycles of Savanah, Missouri, is self-taught and has only been building for a year and half, but is already making waves with his simple, understated aesthetic.
In 2011, NAHBS was in Sacramento, California, and that’s where we met Matt Appleman who displayed a single cyclocross bike. Appleman, of St. Louis Park, Minnesota, has continued to refine his design and aesthetic over the years, as reflected in this gravel racer.
Dean came to this year’s North American Handmade Bicycle Show with a handful of bikes, but the four, bright letters on the down tube were long gone. And their new The Torreys caught our eye.
No.22 of Johnstown, New York, won the 2015 award for “Best Cyclocross Bike” with its Broken Arrow model. Since then, the company has been hard at work bringing the new Drifter all-road/gravel bike to market.
Kent Eriksen Cycles has earned many accolades over the years and for 2016 Eriksen took home the award for Best Gravel Bike at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Sacarmento, California.
Eric Rolf is the builder behind Alliance Bicycles out of Hailey, Idaho. The Alliance gravel bike we see here is a double butted titanium custom offering with some interesting features.