How Far Will You Ride with These Gravel Products?

Endurance training, muddy trails, new mountain biker? There are lots of reasons to ride gravel and we hope our product picks can help you get the most out of every mile.

Panaracer Gravelking SS+ Tire

$59.99

These tubeless tires offer just enough grip for fast dirt road riding, with nothing extra to slow them down. Read more.

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PNW Components Pine Solo Dropper Post

$199.00

Turn any gravel bike into a party with this externally-routed dropper post from PNW Components. Read more.

Buy from Jenson USA


Fi’zi:k X1 Infinito Cycling Shoe

$399.95

The Infinito X1 shoes from Fizik are about as light and stiff as a shoe can get. They’re also comfortable over the course of a full day, they are super adjustable, and the lugs offer decent grip on most surfaces. Read more.

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Muc-Off Tubeless Sealant

$39.99

This heavy liquid works well to seal thin gravel tire casings, and it smells like perfume which is a better scent than whatever your tire just rolled through.

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Salsa Warroad Carbon Apex 1 Bike

$2,599.00

Why go full road when you can get a bike that can go anywhere? This versatile bike even comes with mounts for racks and fenders for commuting or touring.

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Chrome Doubletrack Feed Bag

$40.00

This handy bag allows easy fuel consumption when you’re in a group setting or just don’t feel like stopping to eat. Read more.

Buy from Chrome Industries


Luna Protein Bar

$16.68 | $13.34 sale

Speaking of fuel, a little bit of protein can help you go the extra miles. Tastes better than your favorite candy bar without being overly sweet.

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Surly Moloko Handlebar

$100.00

Give your mountain bike more of a gravel feel with this multi-position handlebar.

Buy from Jenson USA


MRP Baxter Gravel 700C Fork

$799.95

40mm of suspension travel should be more than enough to take the sting out of rough gravel roads and light singletrack.

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Velocio Zero+ Glove

$79.00

These gloves are a necessity for getting in base miles in cold weather. Read more.

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Evil Bikes The Chamois Hagar GRX Gravel Bike

$4,799.00

This is a mountain biker’s gravel bike, with a sub-67° head tube angle and plenty of frame clearance for fat, 700x50c tires. If you think this looks a bit like your 1990s mountain bike with a dropper post and drop bars, you’re not too far off.

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Skratch Labs Sport Hydration Drink Mix

$49.00 | $39.20 sale

A simple sports drink with less sugar, plenty of the necessary electrolytes, and real fruit.

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Hutchinson Touareg Gravel Tire

$38.49

Hutchinson’s new Touareg gravel tire rolls nicely, but it is also tough and grippy enough for adventures on singletrack. Read more.

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WTB Koda Titanium Saddle

$129.95 | $116.95 sale

The WTB Koda is designed for any type of riding, and it’s one of the most comfortable we’ve tested recently. With extra time in the saddle, comfort is key.

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BodyGlide Cycle Chamois Glide Balm

$10.00

Keep your nether regions safe with this easy to apply balm.

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