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Cyclocross & Gravel Road Bikes

Cyclocross and Gravel Bikes

While cyclocross has been around for decades, gravel biking is a relatively new category in the cycling community. Both bike styles are popular because they offer you more freedom and versatility on different types of terrain, allowing you to explore routes off the beaten path.

Due to their wider tires and endurance geometry, bikes made for gravel roads have become a unique category in the cycling industry. In contrast, Cyclocross bikes are designed with race position geometry and a horizontal top tube that helps a cyclist carry the bike over obstacles.


Is a gravel bike worth it?

Gravel cyclocross bikes offer the best features of both mountain and road bikes. With bikes custom-built for gravel roads, you get a ride that’s light and efficient on compact surfaces and still provides stability for moderate off-road terrain. Gravel bikes are more than just road bikes with knobby tires. These bikes have a modified geometry that creates a less aggressive, more efficient riding position.

Can I get a used gravel bike?

We sometimes have used gravel bikes. If you’re putting additional money and energy into maintaining a bike with no guarantees from the seller, you should weigh the costs against a brand new gravel bike from our collection – which does come with a satisfaction guarantee – before purchasing a used bike.

What are my financing options if I buy from you?

We offer a number of financing options for your convenience, including customization for the amount you want to finance, as well as up to 60 months to pay back the total amount. Explore all our financing solutions here.

What kind of maintenance costs can I expect over time?

Our custom gravel bikes are like any bike when it comes to maintenance. They require regular inspections, replacements, and repairs for many components. Most people find that they spend about $300 per year on regular maintenance. If you shop for robust, durable replacement components, you’ll be able to save money in the long run, as these won’t wear out as easily as their cheaper counterparts. It’s also important to remember that heavier riders will need to perform more regular maintenance such as wheel truing, chain replacement, and tire replacement.

Looking for a little more guidance? Our team is standing by to help. Give us a call at 303-499-4349.