1,900g steel frame can be painted in a variety of colors, and comes in six sizes.
The do-it-all gravel bike has a slew of refinements, as well as some big improvements and standardizations for the bottom bracket, rear wheel, and more.
The GVR is a nimble carbon gravel bike that can fit in most places, including a start line and a bike tour.
I like the new geometry, the overall ride feel, and the parts package. And yes, I broke the seatpost.
If you want a stable and confident bike for racing, trail riding, and bikepacking, this one is a worthy choice.
Seven models available in the US this fall, from $3,199 to $5,299.
Six new models start at $2,300.
Here's what's making cycling tech headlines on Thursday, October 28.
This sub-16-pound dirt race rig is exceptional for going up fast, but don't look for bells, whistles, or storage here.
The new gravel bike is also, wait for it, a cyclocross bike.
BMC calls this new model an adventure bike, a solo riding bike, and an all-road bike. The Swiss brand insists, however, that it's not a gravel bike.
New carbon chassis pulls from Cannondale's SuperSix road design.
Here's what's making cycling tech headlines on Monday, August 9.
More tire clearance. More mounts. Brighter colors. Still good Canyon pricing.
The Canyon Grail now comes decked out with a variety of component choices: Shimano GRX one-by and SRAM Force eTap AXS two-by configurations.
14,000 feet of climbing and rattling descending on dirt and pavement. Here's what I liked and didn't like about my gear choices.
Canyon's distinctive cockpit and seatpost share the stage with a powerful Bosch motor and 80-mile-range battery.
The 1920 Ocoee Election Day Riots is a chapter of African American history that needs to be remembered through education, according to ABG.
Most gravel riders with a single ring use a 42-tooth option. Ashton Lambie, who has set world records and won world-championship medals, is not most riders.
The North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) has been postponed until August 21 - 23, but you can still get a look at some of the featured bikes this week on VeloNews.com.
Evil Bikes sought to upend conventional thinking about what a gravel bike should be. With some unique geometry choices, the Chamois Hagar did just that.
WorldTour pro Peter Stetina will walk away from WorldTour road racing to launch a career in gravel racing and ultra-endurance mountain biking. "This is not a retirement," Stetina says.
Japanese company's new off-paved-road-specific component group aims to provide array of options for gravel and cyclocross riders
Approximately 1,500 riders turned up for the inaugural SBT GRVL race last Sunday in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The event offered up three course options (Black, Blue, and Green), with the heartiest riders opting for the 140-mile Black route that included a leg burning 9,000 feet of climbing. Former WorldTour pro Ted King and rising road racing star Brodie Chapman were fastest on the day in the men’s and women’s fields, each earning a healthy $5,000 prize check. But this first-year event was about much more than the sharp end of the race. Indeed, SBT GRVL demonstrated once again that this whole gravel thing is here to stay. Scroll down to see our expansive photo gallery. All images courtesy SBT GRVL
Gravel race management earmarked 200 spots specifically for women after initial registration numbers were heavily male.
Early gravel tires were more a mashup of chunky MTB treads and road tire casings. Now, there are more sophisticated choices, as designers learn what works.
Across the U.S., grassroots event organizers have steered participatory cycling in a bold new direction. Gone are the days when cycling events revolved around category upgrade points and photo finishes.
The final kilometer of Thursday's climb to La Planche des Belles Filles includes a mix of gravel road and chip seal. Does gravel cycling have a place at the Tour de France?
We're gonna party like it's 1999.
What's the buzz at this year's Dirty Kanza? Tire choice and weather conditions surpass pro participation and corporate ownership
VeloNews is on the ground in Emporia, Kansas for the 2019 Dirty Kanza. Here's what we saw in the pre-race expo
Gravel’s big year: Inside the Dirty Kanza’s sale; prize cash in the Rockies; WorldTour participation
Gravel cycling is having a big year in 2019, with corporate buyouts, big paydays, and even interest from WorldTour pro riders
For Lael, the 350 miles of Dirty Kanza XL isn't enough, so she has decided to ride 650 miles to get there as well.
Ready or not, here it comes. Shimano has released the first-ever gravel-specific component set, and we got a first look at it at the Wild Horse Gravel event in De Beque, Colorado.
Editor’s note: Managing editor Chris Case raced the Crusher in the Tushar and lived to tell the tale. This coverage is sponsored by 3T, Mavic, Bell, and Roka. Case rode a 3T Exploro on Mavic's Allroad Pro UST Disc wheels and Yksion Allroad XL tires, and was equipped with a Bell Z20 MIPS helmet and Roka GP-1 sunglasses.