Gravel Bikes

Not all cyclists can be professional cyclists. Many cyclists cycle for fun or for exercise. If this is your case, we recommend choosing a Gravel bike. Gravel bikes have been around for a while as Cyclocross bikes, but it hasn't been until now that they've gained more popularity. They are called Gravel because they can be used to drive on gravel tracks. Their geometry is clearly less extreme than that of a conventional road bike and that is why they are more comfortable. They have smaller angles and the cyclist rides in a more upright position. The wheelbase is greater and together with wheels with wider tires they give more stability to the bicycle, the most characteristic thing is the wider road handlebar that these bicycles have, when they are mainly used by cyclists who go a lot on the road and they venture from time to time on dirt tracks to enjoy nature in its purest form.

Gravel Bikes

Not all cyclists can be professional cyclists. Many cyclists cycle for fun or for exercise. If this is your case, we recommend choosing a Gravel bike. Gravel bikes have been around for a while as Cyclocross bikes, but it hasn't been until now that they've gained more popularity. They are called Gravel because they can be used to drive on gravel tracks. Their geometry is clearly less extreme than that of a conventional road bike and that is why they are more comfortable. They have smaller angles and the cyclist rides in a more upright position. The wheelbase is greater and together with wheels with wider tires they give more stability to the bicycle, the most characteristic thing is the wider road handlebar that these bicycles have, when they are mainly used by cyclists who go a lot on the road and they venture from time to time on dirt tracks to enjoy nature in its purest form.

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