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Canyon launches affordable Grizl AL – the same gravel bike now in metal

Prices start from US$1,899 / AU$2,599 / €1,499.

Eurobike 2021: The gravel goodies

Cargo bikes may have dominated this year's Eurobike show, but we tracked down a smattering of gravel bikes and accessories heading your w...

Eurobike 2021: We asked brands for 60-second sales pitches

Sick of the waffle that bike brands churn out? We challenged brands at Eurobike to cram their spiel into 60 seconds. Here's what happened.

The new Ritchey Ascent is a bike to disappear into the wild on

It’s a little bit bikepacking, a little bit rigid mountain bike, a little bit touring, and looks like a lot of fun.

Bianchi unveils the Impulso Pro, a classic take on fast gravel

Bianchi suggests we can't have our cake and eat it with a classic looking, lightweight, carbon gravel race bike with great colours but li...

3T adds a motor to the Exploro with new Racemax Boost e-gravel bike

If 3T's aero gravel bike wasn't fast enough, you now have the option to have it with a Mahle X-35 e-bike motor.

Curve GXR Kevin of Steel review: We need to talk about Kevin

The Curve Kevin of Steel is a gravel bike that's here for a good time.

What's the difference between a cyclocross bike and a gravel bike?

Gravel bikes and CX bikes have their similarities – but they're not the same thing. Here's why.

Factor LS gravel bike review: putting the road in 'groad'

Factor's first foray into gravel offers a focus on saving weight, road-bike-like handling and a considered ride quality.

Ritchey Outback Break-Away review: the zen machine

Ritchey's new Outback gravel bike is greater than the sum of its parts.

Focus Atlas 6.8 gravel bike review: The bike for getting lost on

What Focus' first gravel bike lacks in flair, it makes up for with quiet competence and capability.

Revised Look 765 gravel range drops weight and price

Look last year released its first gravel bike, the 765, hitting the dirt in style with a full-carbon race-ready RS model as well an elect...

The Salsa Journeyman 24 is a gravel bike for kids

If you’re a parent that rides bikes, you want to share that passion with your children. And if you’ve discovered the joys of gravel ridin...

Are all bikes gravel bikes? Testing a theory in the Pyrenees

Marketing drivel, we all love it. Brands like to pitch their products as the ultimate in a set category. Be it the fastest, comfiest, the...

2021 Liv Devote Advanced Pro review: An entry into gravel

Just after announcing the new Brava Advanced Pro cyclocross bike a couple of weeks ago, Liv Cycling enters the gravel bike market with it...

Moots updates Routt gravel range to be wider, slacker, and more capable

Revered US titanium frame brand Moots has announced revisions to its Routt gravel bikes, bringing them up to date with current trends. In...

Parlee Chebacco one-year review: The road rider's gravel bike

Twenty years ago, the boatbuilder Bob Parlee decided to make a change. Drawing on his experience with composite materials, Parlee started...

Chapter2 AO gravel frameset review: Sporty, comfy and adventure-y

New Zealand-based Chapter2 is a company still in its relative infancy and best known for its performance carbon road bikes, such as the T...

2021 Marin Headlands 2 gravel bike review: Upright meets fun

Marin County, just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, is widely considered the birthplace of the modern mountain bike. Her...

New SR Suntour GVX fork revealed: Is suspension for gravel about to boom?

Gravel suspension is having a moment. With the release this week of Cannondale’s Topstone Carbon Lefty, along with existing offerings fro...

Why you don't need to spend big to hit the gravel: The Trek Checkpoint ALR5

Late last year my beloved yet ageing gravel bike, an Orro Terra, became the apple of someone else's eye. While I had my nose in the compu...