Explore More, With A Gravel Bike
Road Speed with Off-Road Capability
Gravel bikes have a snappy-yet-stable character that mixes cyclocross and road geometries. A relaxed riding position, longer chainstays, and larger tire clearance all contribute to a smoother, more comfortable ride.
Built For The Long Haul
To accommodate your needs on rambling rides, some gravel bikes include various mounts to attach feed bags, additional water cages, or bikepacking gear.
Go for a purer on-road and off-road experience just by adding a set of wheels. Run lightweight road wheels for spirited rides on tarmac, then swap out a burlier off-road set to get on rougher stuff the next day. Just one bike can give you both.
Trek Gravel Bikes
Domane is for cyclists who ride mostly on pavement but want the ability to grind gravel on occasion. Models range from the affordable AL (aluminum) version to the SLR which features the top-of-the-line Trek OCLV carbon frame. See the Domane range.
Checkpoint is made for gravel aficionados who mainly ride off-pavement and want tons of capability. See all Checkpoint bikes.
Cannondale Gravel Bikes
Cannondale makes a wide range of gravel bikes suited for whatever on/off-road application you have in mind.
The Topstone line includes aluminum, carbon fiber, and electric models, with and without suspension, for moving beyond the pavement and back.
The SuperSix EVO SE carries the race-oriented legacy of the SuperSix bike family into the off-road world.
More Gravel Bikes
Helen's Cycles also carries many other capable gravel bikes, including the Pinarello Grevil, Santa Cruz Stigmata, Ibis Hakkalugi, and more. Looking for something in particular? Give us a call.