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New bike advice - gravel/commuter combo

  • 07-01-2022 8:58am
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    Registered Users Posts: 3,042 ✭✭✭ mr spuckler


    I've decided it's finally time to go for N+1 and am looking at getting a gravel bike which will also double as a really good commuter.

    Budget of €2k-ish and right now I'm landing on the Cube Nuroad C:62 Pro 2022 below. It being in stock in my size also helps! As does the ability to add a very neat rack and mudguard option.

    Does anyone have any other thoughts or recommendations around this price point?



Comments

  • Registered Users Posts: 108 ✭✭ pairofpears


    Look at the Giant Revolt. With its changeable bike length in the rear axle it might make it more an all round bike.

    Definitely consider a spare set of wheels with commuter tyres to make swapping the use very easy.

    Also consider the speeds you want to be maintaining on the commute as a 1X system might not suit you. I use a CX bike in winter for everything and I would rather have the 2X system for the road speed. I did the Oldcastle Adventure X with it and was able to match the 1X guys fairly ok but I know if pushed my road speed would have been possibly higher with the 2X.



  • Registered Users Posts: 836 ✭✭✭ byrnem31


    I had a alliminium cube nuroad 2018 and it was a stunning bike that was very comfortable. Very well made. Cubes tend to be on the smaller side so make sure it fits. My cube had 2 x rings on the front though so im not sure if there would be enough range with the gears on that bike.



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