Disc brake Gravel Bikes

Disc brake Gravel Bikes

Want a bike that promises unlimited freedom? Dreaming of a bike built for any terrain? Then a gravel bike with disc brakes is what you’re looking for!

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    Shimano GRX RX822 12s, DT Swiss G1800 Spline
    3.049 €
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    • Color: Stone Grind
    Shimano GRX RX822 12s, DT Swiss G1800 Spline
    3.049 €
    • Color: Stone Grind
    • Color: Quicksand
    Shimano GRX RX820, DT Swiss Gravel LN
    2.749 €
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    SRAM Apex XPLR AXS, DT Swiss Gravel LN
    2.549 €
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    SRAM Apex, DT Swiss Gravel LN
    1.749 €
    • Color: Stone Grind
    • Color: Quicksand
    SRAM Rival XPLR eTap AXS, DT Swiss Gravel LN
    3.599 €
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    Bosch Performance Line SX Motor Road Mount, Shimano GRX RX822 12s
    5.649 €
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    Bosch Performance Line SX Motor Road Mount, SRAM Force XPLR AXS, 12-speed
    7.199 €
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    • Color: New Moon Stealth
    Bosch Performance Line SX Motor Road Mount, Shimano GRX RX812 GS
    5.149 €
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    Bosch Performance Line SX Motor Road Mount, SRAM X0 Eagle AXS Transmission
    8.199 €
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    SRAM Force XPLR AXS, 12-speed, Zipp 101 XPLR
    4.629 €
    5.349 €
    You save 720 €
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    SRAM Force XPLR eTap AXS, Reynolds ATR
    5.149 €
    • Color: Sand Grain
    • Color: Metal Grind
    SRAM Force XPLR AXS, 12-speed, Zipp 303 Firecrest
    5.449 €
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    SRAM Rival XPLR eTap AXS, DT Swiss G1800 Spline
    2.889 €
    3.299 €
    You save 410 €
    • Color: Sencha
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    Shimano GRX RX820, DT Swiss Gravel LN
    1.949 €
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    SRAM Rival XPLR eTap AXS, DT Swiss Gravel LN
    3.399 €
    • Color: Sencha
    Shimano Sora R3000 GS, Rodi Cyclone DB
    1.349 €
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    SRAM Red XPLR eTap AXS D1, DT Swiss GRC1100
    8.199 €
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    • Color: Sencha
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    Shimano GRX RX822 12s, DT Swiss Gravel LN
    2.049 €
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    Shimano GRX RX822 12s, DT Swiss G1800 Spline
    3.049 €
    • Color: GRVL DZZL
    10.249 €

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What’s so special about a gravel bike with disc brakes?

Gravel bikes are the ultimate all-rounders in terms of unlimited riding fun. They’re built for efficient progress over gravel, forest paths and asphalt. Thanks to the geometry of the frame and wide tyres, a gravel bike absorbs all the lumps and bumps so you can continue having a great time.

Hydraulic disc brakes further add to a gravel bike’s CV. In wind and during poor weather, a disc brake setup promises a lot of flexibility and security. Gravel bikes are made for long adventures yet they’re still comfortable to ride. When it comes to speed and braking, you needn’t compromise.

Rim or disc brakes on a gravel bike?

Rim brakes have dominated cycling for decades. However, the braking efficiency decreases in wet weather and on loose surfaces.

A gravel bike with hydraulic disc brakes have a greater braking efficiency than rim brakes. Thanks to the rotors, you can have a greater tyre clearance and there is less wear and tear on the wheel rim. Disc brakes have proven themselves for years on mountain bikes in demanding terrain. Other advantages include:

  • Greater modulation when braking on and off-road
  • Constant braking performance and reliable braking in all weather conditions
  • Higher braking power and shorter braking distance
  • Increased wheel and frame stability and rigidity thanks to thru axles
  • Brake pads are easily replaced in a couple of simple steps

What are the features and characteristics of a gravel bike?

he geometry of a gravel bike is characterised by a long wheelbase and low bottom bracket. These features ensure high directional stability, excellent climbing on steep gradients and more stability on rough terrain. Other features and benefits include:

  • Frame material: Whether it’s aluminium or carbon, all Canyon gravel bikes with disc brakes benefit from the expertise of our developers. Canyon designs bicycle frames for the highest demands of racing. Carbon frames in particular are known to absorb shocks well.
  • Handlebars: A drop handlebar with a shorter stem is typical for a gravel bike. Both comfortable riding on the hoods and streamlined riding in the drops are possible. The double-decker handlebar of the Canyon Grail offers greater ergonomics, multiple hand positions and space for all your gadgets.
  • Gravel tyres: With a width of 37 to 50 millimetres, gravel tyres have a higher volume than cyclocross tyres and road bike tyres. Gravel tyres can be ridden with less tyre pressure. They absorb shock that’s reminiscent of built-in suspension which gives greater comfort and better handling.
  • Gravel gears: Component manufacturers have developed special gravel groupsets to fit the demands of gravel bikes. Systems such as the SRAM XPLR or Shimano GRX combine road bike performance with MTB robustness.

Buy gravel bikes with disc brakes online

We want to give you as much bike for your money as possible. If you buy a gravel bike online, you’ll be at a distinct advantage. You benefit from an outstanding price to performance ratio and fast communication with our service team. Your bike arrives at your home 95% assembled. After just a few simple steps with the tool provided, you are ready to roll. Guarantee and customer-friendly returns policies give you full peace of mind.

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