The Grava Experience

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Pat fell in love with the Maple Sally demo bike at the NC Gran Prix of Cyclocross. He fell in love so hard, he bought it and raced it the very next day!


The Revenuer at the finish of the 2015 Hilly Billy Roubaix (note the 29 x 1.8 tires)

The Revenuer at the finish of the 2015 Hilly Billy Roubaix (note the 29 x 1.8 tires)

At The Finish: The Revenuer is a race oriented, fast handling bike that challenges you to put the pedal to the metal. Yet it has good behavior out on the gravel roads. It isn’t going to be your “Swiss Army knife” in terms of being a chameleon capable of morphing from gravel rig, touring rig, commuter etc, but it does do the racy bit as well as you could want in a steel gravel bike. It could be your cyclo cross rig, and fast, spirited road group rides are definitely within this bicycle’s scope. US made steel frame, uniqueness, and comfortable, capable geometry make the Revenuer worth a hard look.
— Guitar Ted, ridinggravel.com
Guitar Ted of ridinggravel.com wrote a 3-part review of The Revenuer. You can see what he thought of it here: Getting Rolling, Checkpoint, and At The Finish  

Guitar Ted of ridinggravel.com wrote a 3-part review of The Revenuer. You can see what he thought of it here: Getting Rolling, Checkpoint, and At The Finish

 


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Hey Guys,

I knew it would be a sweet bike, but this thing is awesome. I had such a fun ride this am. Hit the parkway and a few gravel roads and felt like it flew over everything. I am a believer in the geometry. I was also really blown away by how well it cornered at higher speeds. I really didn’t except it to corner as quickly as my pinarello since the head tube is a full 2 degrees slacker, but it cut right through. On top of that the stability and tracking was dead on, something my Prince is lacking. Y’all have really made the perfect ride for our roads. I am excited to test it out in its other applications as a cx bike, full on gravel, and on extended climbs. I will keep the feedback coming as I spend more and more time on it.
— Brian Sain - owner, Rhoddie Bicycle Outfitters, upon riding his new Maple Sally for the first time

Check out Rhoddie Bicycle Outfitters and join them for a guided ride through our epic gravel, dirt, and paved roads!


Grava ambassador, Michael "Hak" Hakala putting his Revenuer through its paces.

Grava ambassador, Michael "Hak" Hakala putting his Revenuer through its paces.

Grava Bike Co.’s The Revenuer Ride

You’ll have to read the full review in our next print issue, but we’ll give you a few hints of early impressions. The Revenuer can sweep through courses, tackle tight singletrack switchbacks and climb steep, loose ride-ups without question. It exudes the ride of steel, slightly damped but springy on bumps and assured on acceleration. With generous tire clearance, the Revenue should keep you riding in all seasons and all conditions.
— Clifford Lee - Cyclocross Magazine
You can read the online review here and pick up issue 32 to get the complete lowdown!

You can read the online review here and pick up issue 32 to get the complete lowdown!