Product news: Since its introduction a good five years ago, the Canyon Grail has been one of the most diverse gravel bikes in the scene. With the new version, the Koblenz manufacturer has now... read more
Product news: More than 4 years ago, with the Turbo Creo, Specialized was one of the first manufacturers to take the topic of e-gravel bikes or e-racing bikes seriously and directly with ... read more
Product news / Gravel: With the Shimano GRX 12-speed group, the Japanese are bringing a major upgrade to their gravel group. From now on with 12-speed cassettes, still optionally with a front derailleur, it should ... read more
BH Gravel X 4.0 test: The new gravel bike from the Basque manufacturer is even sportier than its predecessor, which is not least reflected in the omission of various mounting points... read more
Fuji Jari Carbon 1.1 review: With the Jari in aero trim, Fuji is practically presenting a completely new gravel bike whose unusual frame shape is specially designed for mounting large frame bags... read more
CBT Italia Grak test: The gravel bike from the traditional manufacturer from Cuneo is visually inconspicuous at first. But if you take a closer look, you will discover many convincing details, and off-road ... read more
Product news: Commencal 365 - not just another gravel bike?! This is the 365. A Commencal gravel bike engineered for every adventure imaginable, for each of the 365 days of the year. Doesn't matter, … read more
Product news/First Ride: The traditional French manufacturer Mavic is primarily associated with high-quality wheels for racing bikes and mountain bikes. In recent years, it has… read more
Product news: With the new Rocky Mountain Solo, the bike manufacturer from North America has brought a new drop bar platform with it, which thanks to versatile features and clever solutions for ... read more
Product news: The new Ghost Path Asket is the manufacturer's first e-gravel bike and is said to combine the characteristics of a road bike and the brand's MTB spirit to create a real all-rounder for all ... read more
Gravel bikes and bikepacking news
Gravel bikes are a relatively new bike category that is quickly gaining popularity. They are designed to be used on the road as well as on unpaved paths and gravel roads.
This versatility makes it a suitable bike for a variety of activities such as commuting, adventure touring or long weekend rides. Their wider tires and more robust frame construction make them ideal for difficult terrain and demanding track conditions.
Gravel bikes are closely related to bikepacking. Bikepacking is a type of bicycle touring in which cyclists go on longer adventure tours with light luggage and special equipment. In contrast to traditional bicycle tours, where heavy luggage is transported on the bike, bike packers rely on lighter and more compact equipment.