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Specialized Sirrus X 2.0
$775.00 - $849.99
Sirrus X is your ticket to riding more, and to places you never imagined possible. It's a comfortable, capable, "let's do stuff" kind of bike that will inspire you to ride more than you ever have before. With bigger, confidence-inspiring tires, a slightly more upright riding position, a super-intuitive one-by drivetrain, and plenty of mounts for racks and fenders—it's more than just a solid partner on pavement. Sirrus X is a dialed option when it's time to hit some gravel. We've also equipped every Sirrus X with next-level comfort from our scientifically tested and ergonomically engineered Shared Platform Body Geometry saddle, handgrips, and pedals. - Float over rough stuff with fast rolling Specialized Pathfinder 42c tires featuring proprietary Gripton rubber compound. - Lightweight A1 Alloy frame with clean internal cable routing, 3.5lbs (1.7kg) lighter than our Crosstrail Hydro model. - Maximum control through hyper intuitive shifting with 1x8 wide range gearing, and powerful hydraulic disc brakes. - X- Premium sport level tire
Salsa Journeyer Sora 700c
$1,499.99
Journeyer is Salsa's gateway to all-road adventures. The geometry provides comfort and confidence on any road surface. Versatile cargo carrying options extend riding range and allow for many different missions. It all comes together to create the perfect introduction to all-road riding. - 6061-T6 alloy frame - Salsa Waxwing carbon fork with mid-blade rack mounts, fender mounts, Three-Pack mounts, and internal dynamo cable routing - Flat mount brakes - Internal cable routing including stealth dropper post routing - Water, tool, and accessory mounts on frame and fork allow for longer rides - Compatible with 700c and 650b wheels and tires
Diamondback Haanjo 8C Carbon
$4,599.99
The newest edition to the Haanjo family lightens the load Meet the newest member of the Haanjo family. The Haanjo 8C is our first all carbon adventure bike. Utilizing the fan favorite DB carbon frame with endurance geometry, this bike continues in the Haanjo tradition of rugged comfort, with a relaxed headtube angle and carbon fork. This time around, we've added Easton EC70AX carbon wheels, as well as carbon handlebars and seatpost, making the ride even lighter while keeping the stability of WTB Riddler 700x37c tires. A Shimano GRX drivetrain keeps shifting smooth with gears that work with you to conquer pavement, gravel, and dirt. If you're looking for a top-of-the-line performance bike that can do-it-all including keeping you comfortable, the Haanjo 8C is your new go-to. - Handmade carbon frame w/ Endurance Geometry and 12mm thru-axle rear is lightweight, rugged and comfortable - DB Gravel Full Monocoque Carbon Disc fork, 12mm thru-axle - Shimano GRX810 2x11 drivetrain components provide years of precise, reliable shifting - Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide peerless power and control - Easton EC70AX carbon wheels are light and fast but durable for the off road rides
Specialized CruX Comp
$4,199.99
The CruX is the lightest gravel bike in the world, with the exceptional capability of massive tire clearance and performance gravel geometry. It's not just the ultimate expression of gravel performance, it's your one-way ticket to gravel enlightenment. - Lightest: 725g S-Works 12r and 825g 10r frames. We took the revolutionary breakthroughs that made Aethos the lightest bike ever and applied them to the CruX. The result? A gravel bike that climbs like a dream, floats over nightmarish terrain, and weighs less than a full bottle in your cage. - Capable: 47c/650b x 2.1" tire clearance. More clearance means more capability. With Diverge-level tire clearance, CruX takes you anywhere you can imagine, at full gas. - Responsive: Nimble, supple, and reactive. Responsive at the pedals. Supple in the saddle. With performance gravel geometry and race-influenced fit inspired by CruX's iconic history in 'cross.
Diamondback Haanjo 2
$974.99
It's like we rolled several good bikes into a single, amazing model. Most of us don't have the space to assemble a massive quiver of bikes. Then again, versatility is appealing. And, if you own the Diamondback Haanjo 2, you don't actually need a quiver of bikes. Hoping to hit the road on a touring bike? Load up your gear with the Haanjo 2's front and rear rack mounts. Want a fast, reliable commuter bike? We've included fender mounts to keep you riding into work when the clouds roll in and send less intrepid types scurrying for their minivans. With wide, 700x38c, reflective-sidewall tires to smooth out rough roads, the Haanjo 2 is also a fun and capable road bike in its own right—quick and snappy, yet comfortable on all-day rides.
Salsa Journeyer Flat Bar Acolyte 700c
$1,099.99
Journeyer is Salsa's gateway to all-road adventures. The geometry provides comfort and confidence on any road surface. Versatile cargo carrying options extend riding range and allow for many different missions. It all comes together to create the perfect introduction to all-road riding. - 6061-T6 alloy frame - Flat mount brakes - Internal cable routing including stealth dropper post routing - Water, tool, and accessory mounts on frame and fork allow for longer rides - Compatible with 700c and 650b wheels and tires
Diamondback Haanjo 4
$1,649.99
Potholes, fire roads … this favorite aluminum model says, “Bring it on.” We’re proud of all our aluminum Haanjo models for their capabilities as road bikes with mountain bike attitude. The Diamondback Haanjo 4, however, ups the ante considerably. We took our aluminum frame and added thru-axles front and rear to give it even more precise handling. Next, we added a carbon fork, which pushes the mute button on rough chip-and-seal roads and washboard sections of trail. The component package includes TRP Spyre C Flat Mount Mechanical Disc brakes and drivetrain components for performance, weight savings, and durability. HED Tomcat Disc wheels and grippy WTB Riddler 700x37c tires roll smoothly on pavement but can take plenty of abuse off-road. Potholes, fire roads, wherever you choose to go … the Haanjo 4 says, “Bring it on.” - 6061-T6 aluminum alloy frame with Endurance Geometry for worry-free durability and all-day riding comfort. Rear thru-axle reduces lateral frame flex - DB Gravel Performance full-monocoque carbon fork with 12mm thru axle smooths road chatter - Shimano GRX400, 10 speed, gives you a gear for any terrain - Powerful TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes and fatter tires makes this a truly capable bike - HED Tomcat Disc wheelset is quick and takes a pounding
Evil CHAMOIS HAGAR Blackout Drunk Force AXS
Evil Bikes The Chamois Hagar Force AXS Gravel Bike The Chamois Hagar Force AXS Gravel Bike Evil Bikes could be considered the hard-partying younger sibling of the bike world, with their cheeky paint color names and rowdy geometry. The Chamois Hagar is precisely what we should have expected when Evil designed a drop-bar bike: genre-defying and stoke-providing. The Hagar may not be called purely a gravel bike, for it is much more nimble to ride, but nor is it simply a drop-bar mountain bike, for it is much more efficient on smooth surfaces. The Chamois Hagar Force AXS leaves it to you to define where and how you want to ride and will happily come along for the journey, be it gravel or dirt, singletrack or fire road, adventure commute or bikepacking trip. Where most companies start from a road bike to get to a gravel steed, Evil started from the opposite end of the spectrum with their mountain bikes like the Following to create a stable and fast gravel machine. The Hagar’s geometry might make the pure gravel racers balk: a 66.67° headtube angle, long top tube, 80mm bottom bracket drop and designed around a 50mm stem. These mountain-inspired features all contribute to the superior off-road handling. The Chamois Hagar climbs with more agility than an XC mountain bike, and with clearance for a longer travel dropper post thanks to the sloping top tube, we can descend with greater confidence than most rigid bikes too. The frame’s unidirectional carbon construction provides the stiffness we need for responsive maneuvering on trails and keeps the frame light so we have less weight to haul up the next pass. The slack headtube and 57mm fork offset give the front wheel greater contact with the ground for smoother handling especially at speed while descending on rough terrain or singletrack. Riding a rigid bike off-road can feel choppy already, so the 80mm bottom bracket drop helps keep the wheels planted both as we pedal through washboard and rocks as well as through corners. With the headtube angle and fork offset placing the wheel further out front than on a typical gravel bike, Evil eliminates the chance for side-swiping our toes with the wheel on those tight turns. Evil completes this build with a suite of components perfectly matched for getting after it on the trail. SRAM’s Force AXS group provides smooth and precise electronic shifting across a 12speed cassette. The XX1 rear derailleur pairing better handles shifting on bumpy roads thanks to the clutch mechanism and faster shifting time. On long, even multi-day, rides, we love the smaller motion required to shift gears with an AXS group over a mechanical one, saving our hands from preemptive fatigue. The AXS Reverb dropper post may get some envious looks from the mountain bike crowd as it sits atop your drop-bar Chamois Hagar, but there is something delightful about the electronic-actuated dropper post when we start the descent and need to better maneuver through turns. Rounding out the build, the WTB Proterra wheels and Venture tires help resist puncture and grip through corners, while the Easton AX-series handlebar’s slight flare gives us a stable position for launching the attack to the snack stop. Details A trail-ready gravel bike for wherever the road leads you Mountain-inspired geometry keeps weight centered and handling responsive Carbon fiber construction reduces weight and increases stiffness 80mm bottom bracket drop keeps tires planted and bike stable 6-7 bottle mounts for plenty of water, fuel, and gear storage Force AXS electronic shifting and dropper post eliminate cable wear woes WTB wheels and tires optimize tire profile for efficiency and grip when needed Item #EVB1SPS
Diamondback Haanjo 3
$1,224.99
A "road bike" that can handle so much more than "road riding." Your next bike shouldn't limit you—it should open up a world of new possibilities. Enter the Haanjo 3, a bike that can handle any kind of road—paved or not—that calls your name. We equipped the Haanjo 3 with a butted and formed aluminum frame that delivers a great balance of comfort and durability. Our Endurance Geometry is also designed to place you in a more comfortable position that's perfect for both long rides and rough roads. The Shimano Sora 2×9-speed drivetrain provides ample gearing for those long hauls, and our Gravel Disc alloy fork keeps the steering pinpoint-precise without adding extra weight to the mix. Where can you ride the Haanjo 3? Wherever you want. There are no limits with this one.
Diamondback Haanjo 5
$2,049.99 - $2,099.99
When the road turns bad, this bike gets really good. You’re lost. And that’s a good thing because the Diamondback Haanjo 5 is a gravel bike designed to help you get off the beaten track. That’s why we built it around our trustworthy 6061 alloy frame and carbon fork with thru axles front and rear. The path off road is rarely flat and smooth. Accordingly, we outfitted this beast with plenty of gears as well as HED Tomcat wheels shod with grippy WTB Riddler 700x37c tires. Finally, we've updated this ride to include Shimano GRX600 2x11 shifters, giving you more control when you need it. Looking for your next great adventure? When the road turns bad, this bike gets really good. - Fully Butted 6061-T6 Alloy frame w/ Endurance Geometry and 12mm thru axle-rear is reliable, rugged, and comfortable - DB Gravel Performance full-monocoque carbon fork w/ 12mm thru-axle for smooth and precise handling - HED Tomcat Disc wheelset rolls quick and takes a pounding - 700x37c WTB Riddler tires provide loads of traction and control in loose conditions - Shimano BR-RX400 Flat Mount Hydraulic Disc brakes offer plenty of stopping power - Clean every climb with the Shimano GRX810 11 speed rear derailleur
Salsa Journeyer Apex 1x 700c
$1,849.99
Journeyer is Salsa's gateway to all-road adventures. The geometry provides comfort and confidence on any road surface. Versatile cargo carrying options extend riding range and allow for many different missions. It all comes together to create the perfect introduction to all-road riding. - 6061-T6 alloy frame - Salsa Waxwing carbon fork with mid-blade rack mounts, fender mounts, Three-Pack mounts, and internal dynamo cable routing - Flat mount brakes - Internal cable routing including stealth dropper post routing - Water, tool, and accessory mounts on frame and fork allow for longer rides - Compatible with 700c and 650b wheels and tires
Diamondback Haanjo 6C Carbon
$2,599.99
A do-it-all bike that does it all extremely well. Wait — is this a road bike? A cyclocross rig? A commuter? The answer: Yes. The Haanjo 6C features a lightweight full carbon frame and fork, designed to balance stability and speed on- and off-road. Since the Haanjo 6C is meant to explore, it’s equipped with a SRAM Rival 1 drivetrain and a quick yet bomber HED Tomcat disc wheelset. Want to make an attempt on the sound barrier? The powerful and reliable TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes ensure that you also bring the Haanjo 6C safely back to earth (or within sight of your riding partners). - Handmade carbon frame w/ Endurance Geometry and 12mm thru-axle rear is lightweight, rugged, and comfortable - DB Gravel Full Monocoque Carbon Disc fork, 12mm thru-axle keeps the bumps at bay - SRAM Rival 1 drivetrain provides the simplicity of a 1x and a wide range of gears - HED Tomcat disc wheels are fast and durable and play nice with wide tires - -
Salsa Cutthroat Carbon GX Eagle AXS
$5,699.99
Cutthroat C GX Eagle AXS is an ultra-endurance bikepacking machine inspired by the unique challenges that the Tour Divide presents. Its lineage led us to a drop-bar mountain bike geometry that provides confidence even in the most challenging riding conditions. Cutthroat's carbon frame delivers excellent power transfer and the Class 5 VRS rear end soaks up micro-impacts from the road and trail, preserving your stamina. Ample cargo mounts allow you to configure your load to suit your personal preferences. SRAM's GX Eagle AXS groupset is a reliable workhorse—perfect for Tour Divide bikes and rigs that will spend a lot of time deep in the backcountry.
Specialized Diverge E5 Expert Evo
$2,649.99
This thing called 'gravel riding' is still evolving, still being defined. What's next? Hop on the new Diverge Expert EVO and you tell us. It's designed to get aggressive, to push the boundaries of what we thought was possible on a gravel bike. With flat bars and geometry even more progressive then the new drop bar Diverge you better hang onto your flannel. We've significantly increased the reach, slackened the head-tube, and lowered the bottom bracket, to put you 'in' the bike for a super planted feeling. From sending technical single track to ripping flowing fire road descents, if you're looking for a partner to take your gravel riding to new levels, nothing's faster, more fun, or rowdier than the Diverge EVO. With a Premium E5 Aluminum frame and our latest Future Shock 2.0 with an adjustable hydraulic damper offering 20mm of travel, the Diverge Expert E5 is uniquely qualified to tackle aggressive trails at high speed. The bike's build is MTB-inspired, with SRAM GX Eagle 1x12 shifting and extra stopping power thanks to SRAM Level TLM brakes. A TranzX dropper post is standard, as well as our latest gravel tire designed for incredible traction, the new Rhombus Pro 42mm, on DT Swiss G540 alloy wheels. - Our Premium E5 Aluminum frame provides a stiff, light, and durable platform. When mated to our full carbon FACT fork, the Diverge EVO becomes a light, lively and versatile bike ready to tackle the most technical gravel and dirt as aggressively as you could wish. - Speed, control, and confidence - Future Shock 1.5 is ideal technology for the gravel rider. With 20mm of axial compliance, Future Shock 1.5 is progressively tuned specifically for gravel riding. This keeps you confident and in control, able to keep the power down and stay off the brakes over rough dirt roads and in thick loose gravel, all while keeping your hands, arms, and neck fresh. - With the Diverge EVO, we took our new progressive gravel geometry to new levels. We've lengthened the frame 30mm over a drop bar Diverge (Size Medium), lowered the bottom bracket, and slackened the head tube. This gives the Diverge EVO more confidence over technical terrain while keeping the cockpit comfortable with flat bars. It also allows for a short stem to make all that stability feel nimble and quick at the bars. - Nothing unlocks a bike's capability like tire clearance, so we gave the Diverge EVO a whopping 47mm of tire clearance with a 700c wheel and 2.1" with a 650b wheel. Thanks to a drive-side chainstay utilizing a machined alloy beam behind the chainrings we've created clearance without using a fragile dropped chainstay design or increasing chainstay length.
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