Old 07-10-18, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by jfoobar View Post
Gravel bikes also tend to be more versatile, in that they are more likely to come with ample rack/fender mounts, etc. That, combined with greater flexibility on tire width, makes them (on average) a much better "do anything" bike.
Agree on this too. I use my gravel bike as my everything but MTB bike. All road days, all trail days, some of both, some singletrack, and even multiday gravel tours with rack and panniers.

One other differece is gravel bikes seem to come with slightly wider gearing options. With popularity of 1x growing, those lines are blurring.

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