Basically, there are two types of gravel bikes that have become established in recent years. If you're a regular adventurer who rides almost exclusively on challenging trails rather than straight farm tracks, you should at least take a look at the "adventure" category of gravel bikes. Here, the border between gravel bike and mountain bike is becoming increasingly blurred, but at least the distinctive drop bar ensures a perfect classification. Wheels with classic MTB dimensions in 27.5/29 inch with up to 2.2 inch wide tyres are not uncommon in this category, however, and use on asphalt surfaces is just as much a secondary consideration as weight.
"Backroad" gravel bikes, on the other hand, are versatile all-rounders that are suitable for weekend bikepacking trips, but are also great fun for after-work rides or even for commuting. They are the perfect mix of road and mountain bike and for most cyclists this type of gravel bike, which includes our Road Rage, is the ideal choice. They are light, fast, comfortable and efficient. The motto "Go Anywhere" is consistently implemented here.