2020 Gravel Gift Guide


Today we are bringing you eight great gift ideas for the gravel cyclist in your life. 


1: crank brothers highline dropper post


1: Crank Brothers Highline Gravel Dropper Post

Droppers aren't just for full-face guys anymore. A dropper post on your gravel whip increases your ability to attack technical trails and opens up a whole new class of FUN.

Get Low


eliel burrito handlebar bag


2: Eliel Burrito Handlebar Bag

Is it even a gravel bike if it doesn't have a burrito bag?

Load Up


3: puregravel tubeless kit


3: Pure Gravel Tubeless Kit

Everything you need to convert one set of wheels to tubeless. 

Go Tubeless


4: fsa kwıng handlebar


4: FSA K-Wing AGX Handlebar

Has your search for the perfect gravel bar come to an end? This heavily sculpted bar is full of thoughtful touches, and just the right amount of flair.

I don’t like to talk about my flair


5: road togs


5: Road Togs

These little things make life in the drops just a little bit nicer.

Improve your grip


6: squirt chainlube


6: Squirt Chain lube

Some of the most effective lube out there. Liquid wax. Biodegradable. 

Stay Quiet & Clean


7: eliel cargo bibs


7: Eliel Cargo bibs

The most comfortable and functional cargo bibs on the planet. The best of the best. 

The best of the best


8: irc double-cross


8: IRC Doublecross

The right tire can make or break your ride. This is the right tire.

Get Doublecross

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