Remember, back in September when I got to participate in some stellar gravel riding at a press camp in Gunnison, Colorado ? In that article about the adventure, I promised to follow up and tell you a little about the bikes that were supplied, the Revel Rover , and a lot about the bike I actually rode, the Why Cycles R+V4 .
Well, here’s me keeping my promise. Photo c. Emma Brophy. The Revel Rover was the weapon of choice for most of the writers that were on the trip. When we first arrived at the campsite, all of the bikes were in one place and waiting to be chosen by the other writers. The bike that was supplied for the crew to ride was the Revel Rover . Revel Bikes is based in Carbondale Colorado, so it made sense for them to provide the steeds for the trip.
The Rover is a beautiful carbon-framed bike that seemed super capable to tackle the gravel adventure that Eric Larsen and his wife, Maria Hennessey had cooked up for us. The Supplied Bike, The Revel Rover
Revel Bikes is a Colorado bike company that, up until the release of the Rover, was known for its full-suspension bikes, like the Rail27 , Rail29 , Rascal , and Ranger . Shreddable bikes from a company that is at home playing in the dirt… so a gravel bike fits right in.
The Rover is a 700c gravel bike that has a thermoset carbon fiber frame and a […]
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