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Boardman ADV 8.6 gravel bike

Boardman ADV 8.6

With its triple butted frame, carbon fork, low range gearing and 40mm tubeless ready tyres, the Boardman ADV 8.6 is the most affordable way to take your cycling adventure from road to gravel.

Read Review | 22nd July 2020

Scott Speedster Gravel Review

Scott Speedster Gravel

The Scott Speedster Gravel is based on Scott's endurance road bike, the Speedster. It shares a very similar geometry as the Speedster endurance road bike, just with a slightly longer chainstay.

Read Review | 2nd December 2019

Marin Headlands Review

Marin Headlands

The brand new Marin headlands is up for review, a carbon fibre gravel bike from MTB stalwarts Marin. Gravel is a fast expanding style of bike and riding that has seen many great bikes launched from Marin over recent years, they have taken everything learned, added in some of their extensive mtb knowledge to give us this exciting and incredibly capable drop-bar do it all bike.

Read Review | 5th September 2019

Cannondale Topstone Carbon Force eTap in the woods

Cannondale Topstone

The Cannondale Topstone is a versatile bike that feels at home on gravel tracks but won’t slow you down on the road. With its confident geometry and go anywhere attitude, this is a bike for riding everywhere.

Read Review | 20th June 2019

Specialized Diverge road bike

Specialized Diverge 

The Diverge sits between the Crux cyclocross bike and the Roubaix endurance road bike, with slack angles and lightweight, robust parts, yet is capable of taking on challenging terrain off road.

Read Review | 17th December 2018

Marin Gestalt

Marin Gestalt 

It is the ability to confidently and efficiently take on different types of terrain that really makes the Gestalt 3 shine.

Read Review | 24th Aug 2016