Arrow Wheels AGRS Road Gravel Hope Wheelset review

The Arrow Wheels AGRS Road Gravel wheelset is on my Planet X Tempest, a bike I intended solely for gravel use, but over time I have found to lean more...

Lauf Seigla – Reviewed in Iceland and the UK

You probably know who Lauf is: they make those Marmite forks that you may well have dismissed as looking too weird. Or, maybe you’re in the evangelical ‘but they really...

brand x dropper post review

Review: Give your gravel bike some drop with the Brand X Dropper!

Gravel bikes are built far tougher than their on-road cousins and as we tackle steeper stuff the Brand X dropper posts make a lot of sense. Brand-X dropper seatposts have...

Schwalbe G-One R Gravel Tyre Review

Schwalbe G-One R Gravel Tyre Review

Schwalbe’s G-One R Gravel tyre is a race-ready gravel tyre that’s fast-rolling and offers a velvety-smooth ride. I wouldn’t say that I am a connoisseur of gravel bike tyres, I’ve...

Singular Peregrine Mk3 – A Classic Gravel All Rounder

Singular Peregrine Mk3 From: singularcycles.com Price: £1000 (frame and fork) Tested By: Celia Way Test Duration: One Month Singular is a small British brand, known for steel framesets with classic...

What I’m Wearing – Giro Gravel Gear

What makes cycling clothing gravel-specific? Slightly less baggy than mountain bike gear, not as skin tight as road gear? Helmets that combine aero and breathability? Of course, making sure that...

Microshift Advent 1 x 9 drop bar groupset review

Microshift Advent 1 x 9 drop bar groupset review | Top-Notch performance on a budget!

We’ve rated their mountain bike groupset, so how does the Microshift Advent 1 x 9 drop bar groupset stand up? Find out in our review. I think it’s fair to...

SRAM XPLR Review – 200km On A Gravel Groupset

It’s been a crazy year for reviews, just because products have been out of stock, or not even ready when they get launched. So despite talking about this groupset back...

Merida Silex+ 6000 review: A gravel bike for more than just gravel

Antony looks at the Merida Silex+ 6000, a gravel bike designed for sure-footed speed.

New Canyon Grizl Reviewed: Beyond the Grail

You probably remember Canyon’s last gravel bike – if you don’t remember it was called the Grail, you will at least recall those handlebars. You know, the two tier ones...

The New Graveller: What I’m Wearing

Have you, like so many others, just got into gravel bikes? Or cyclocross, or adventure bikes, touring, bike-packing… There are so many names and so many blurred margins between genres...

Vee Rocketman

Vee Tire Rocketman – for that gravel niche?

Apparently Vee Tire make a gravel option, who knew? The Thai manufacturer has a fairly long history making tyres for motorbikes and cars, and in recent years they’ve been making...

Hutchinson Touareg

Hutchinson Touareg – Gravel tyres for rough rocks?

The Touareg is the more aggressive of Hutchinson’s two gravel tread patterns, sitting next to the more ‘all-road’ oriented Overide. It’s available in just the one casing style, which uses...

BMC URS ONE Review: 10mm Travel for Hardcore Gravel

The BMC URS is the gravel bike offering from the Swiss Bicycle Manufacturing Company. The range consists of (in ascending price order) URS ONE, URS 01 Frameset, URS 01 THREE, URS…

Fuji Jari 2.5 | A Budget Commuter

The Fuji Jara 2.5 is the entry level in the Jari range, which consists of five different build and frameset options. The reason I have chosen to review the cheapest...

Ragley Trig Adventure | Good enough to turn the head of a mountain biker?

Die hard mountain biker James Vincent dips a toe into #dirtydropbargoodness with the Ragley Trig Adventure. Brand: Ragley Model: Trig Adventure From: Hotlines UK Price: £1,499 Tested by: James Vincent...

WTB Resolute

Reviewed & Recommended – WTB Resolute with SG2 Puncture Protection

Piers ‘Slasher’ Mortimer takes the WTB Resolute with new WTB SG2 puncture protection out for some rocky rides in the Lakes. WTB Resolute SG2 Price: £54.99 From: WTB The WTB...

Bike Packing Coffee | 4 Ways to brew up outdoors

Well balanced, good, rich mouthfeel, great body, nice, rich taste and smell… just some of the words that pro baristas regularly use to define the multitude of coffee varieties and flavours...

Sonder Camino Al – Miles Of Comfort And Fun

Hannah tests out the Sonder Camino AL, the company’s most popular bike. Will she find out why it’s such a hit? The Sonder Camino has been a popular choice since...

Reviewed: Specialized Diverge Carbon Comp

The brand new Specialized Diverge was launched to the world earlier this month and, now that I’ve had this bike on test for about three weeks, I wanted to bring...

Spank Vibrocore Drop Bars and Wheels – Fast And Comfortable?

Spank Flare 24 Vibrocore Wheelset and Flare 25 Vibrocore handlebar Price: Wheelset £289.99 front / £379.99 rear | Handlebar £89.99 From: Hotlines Tested: 3 months “Can you review some wheels and handlebars...

Review | The Moots Routt YBB: A Beauty and a Beast

Dean checks out an unusual boutique titanium drop bar soft tail all the way from the USA: the Moots Routt YBB. Brand: Moots Model: Routt YBB Price: £5700 (Frame and...

Review: The Kona Libre AL steers clear of niches

I’ve never been a huge fan of the term “gravel”, as applied to bikes. I can see the need for a term to describe machines that sit somewhere between cyclocross...

Review: The Nukeproof Digger Comp puts the grin into gravel grinding

Nukeproof is a name that a lot of you will recognise from the mountain bike world, where the company has a high profile on the DH scene, and its Mega...

First Look – Kona Libre AL

Antony takes a first look at Kona’s entry level Libre

Spanner Bike Titanium Gravel Bike

Spanner Bike Haute Gravel Review | Titanium Twin Tube Madness!

The Spanner Bike Haute Gravel is a titanium drop bar bike that’s something of an exercise in ‘because you can’, demonstrating what you could do with the help of Spanner...

Meeting the Mehteh: a review of Brother Cycle’s new gravel bike

The Mehteh is a big clearance Brother, but this ain't no drop handlebar mountain bike. Find out what we thought of this bruiser of a gravel bike.

Pathfinding again. Reviewed: Sven updates its stainless do-it-all and we ride it

Two years on from the original, does the Pathfinder still hold its own amongst a new wave of rowdy gravel bikes?

Gravel bikes can jump

Review | Genesis Fugio 30 – Classic Steel Looks, Modern Capabilties

Hannah takes on the top-end Genesis Fugio. Find out she got on.

Stig not in the dumps: Riding the first new Santa Cruz Stigmata on UK soil

Tom had a few short, wet hours on the Santa Cruz Stigmata. Find out what he thought.