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Cheapest gravel bike that comes stock with sram groupset

Old 07-13-19, 12:26 PM
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Cheapest gravel bike that comes stock with sram groupset

I know that sram is more expensive. I get it. I wish I hadn't switched and fallen in love with their system but I did so here we are. I have to many bikes and they are all using some technologies that are getting harder to replace. I'm trying to reverse the n+1 lifestyle and I'm thinking of buying a bike with disc brakes and room for larger tires. Does anyone know of a lower end gravel (or non gravel marketed but can fit a 40mm or so tire) that comes stock with a sram group? I already have an older 1x10 rival group that I put together on my current commuter/do-it-all but it's getting tired. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Not sure where it fits cost wise:https://www.cannondale.com/en/USA/Bi...1-bdeee3b89483
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I was in the same boat, looking for a low end 1x11 gravel bike. Ending up building up a Jamis Renegade but these are the cheapest options I think:
Vitus Energie, $949: https://www.chainreactioncycles.com/.../rp-prod168781

Raleigh Willard 3, $1050 with corporate discount: https://www.raleighusa.com/willard3
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Rawland Xsogn comes with Apex 1x11 for $500, fits 700x55 or 650x2.5
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Cheap bikes should come with SRAM. Its a match made in hell.
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