Gravel bike, adventure bike, all-road bike, all-terrain bike. Just think of it like this … road bike meets mountain bike. A gravel bike gives you greater durability than a road bike but offers much greater speed than a mountain bike. What’s not to like? You can travel on asphalt or go off-road and let it rip in the wilds of nature. Want to know how popular gravel bikes have become? Road bike unit sales as a whole decreased in 2018. The only subcategory of road bike sales to increase was gravel bikes. Their sales have seen a 150% plus growth since 2017. Gravel road bikes are no longer a fad. They’re here to stay. So if you're looking for gravel bikes for sale near you in the Westchester County, NY area, stop by our cycling shop in Mt. Kisco.
Why Consider a Gravel Bike?
When you ride a gravel bike, it’s not about getting from here to there. It’s more about the adventure and sheer joy of riding. So, if you like riding on the open highway but aren’t sure your road bike can hold up, a gravel road bike may just do the trick.
Get a gravel bike and you’ll be able to tackle different terrains including mud, farm roads, gravel, and more. A gravel road bike lets you take your bike on any number of surfaces without sacrificing comfort.
Need a commuting bike? Check. Want to do some touring? Check. Winter training bike? Check. Want to just go off-road and have some fun? Check. It’s all about versatility.
By the way, a gravel bike has plenty of storage options, unlike a road bike where keeping things lean is paramount. Gravel road bikes allow you to carry cycling nutrition products, water bottles, bike tools, spare bike tubes, and anything else that may come in handy riding off-road for hours. There are even mounts for racks and fenders for wet-weather riding.
If you're ready to take the plunge and buy a new gravel bike in Westchester County, NY, we have top name brands like Trek, KHS, Felt, and Cervelo at our Mt. Kisco bike shop.
7 Reasons You'll Love a Gravel Bike
If you could elect to purchase one bike, a gravel bike is that bike. You'll fall in love for these reasons:
- You can take a gravel bike on any road.
- You can swap tires to fit the terrain.
- Gravel bikes offer more stability and better handling than road bikes.
- A gravel bike handles abuse, including mud, rugged terrain, potholes, and dirt.
- Gravel bikes let you take great adventures to the beach, mountains, city, woods, and lug gear.
- Thanks to the bike's upright position, larger tires, and built-in suspension, you'll enjoy a comfortable ride.
- You can customize your gravel bike with accessory mounts.
Most of all, you'll have a blast riding a gravel bike. It's the bike of your dreams. Our Mt. Kisco bike shop has gravel bikes in various price ranges, so you can find one to fit your budget.
Ready to Tackle Adventure with a Gravel Bike?
When it comes to the ultimate in versatility, it’s tough to beat a gravel bike. It’s the perfect combination between a road bike and a mountain bike. Take a nice tour on the open highway or make your escape to some back, country roads where you can just enjoy your ride in the country.
Want to know what’s so great about a gravel road bike? Stop by our cycling shop in Mount Kisco and take a test ride. You won’t be disappointed. We have a great offering of gravel bikes for sale from Trek, Jamis, Scott, Cervelo, Argon18, 3T, and Felt.
And while you’re here, check out our full line of cycling gear, cycling shoes, bike electronics, and other fun bike products. If you aren’t a cycling addict, you will be! And if you ever need a bike repair, you can count on us to take care of you. Our technicians are some of the best in Westchester county at handling bicycle repairs of any kind.
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