The Rove has become the go-to bike for people all over the world that are itching to just… go! It’s spec’d just right, is easy on the eyes, the Rove makes quick work of the commute, gravel trail, or the after-work fitness lap on your local hill. The Rove is the elusive 650x47c steel bike that you can afford. It’s …
Find your way to work each day and then get lost on the weekend with our Reid Original Gravel bike. Simply put, Gravel-grinders (AKA All-Road, Adventure Road or Dirt-Road-Racers) are like a CX (Cyclocross) bike built for Endurance riding. Ready to explore new grounds on this Reid gravel bike.
Fat Tire & Gravel
What Is a Fat Bike?
A fat bike, or fat tire bike, is a type of bicycle with tires between 3.5″ – 5″ wide. These wider tires provide more traction than your average bike. The rims on these bikes are usually 50-100+mm wide. The larger rim size requires wider hubs and forks. The benefit of wider tires is they distribute the rider’s weight over a larger surface area. This helps fat bike riders cycle over stuff that another kind of bikes may have trouble with. Fat bikes shine on rides in mud, sandy trails & beaches, snow, and various kinds of mountain bike trails.
What is a Gravel bike?
They are drop-bar bikes that are designed to ride over many different surfaces.
The drop handlebar and bikes geometry help you make good time on the road and the wider tires, lower gearing and solid handling, off-road riding can be part of this adventure. Riding a bike designed for multi-terrain adventures lets you go on gravel routes in new ways. You can do gravel roads, single track and trails. You can also load your gravel bike with camping gear for a multi-day bike-packing adventure.
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