FAQ Gravel vsf fahrradmanufaktur


Gravel bikes are versatile bikes for riding on different surfaces, e.g. on gravel, field and forest paths, but also on asphalt. Basically, gravel bikes combine the best features of road bikes, cyclocross bikes and mountain bikes.

As a rule, gravel bikes have wider tires with good traction, a relaxed frame geometry for longer rides and plenty of mounting points for pannier racks and accessories. The bikes are suitable for sporty off-road riding, bike packing and touring, but also for everyday riding.

In the world of gravel bikes, the choice of gearing is crucial to the riding experience, whether on the road or off the beaten track. With the Campagnolo Exar 13-speed, the SRAM Apex XPLR AXS and the SRAM Apex XPLR without electronic support, you will only find top components in the GX series.

The Campagnolo Exar 13-speed drivetrain is a true masterpiece of engineering. With its precise, smooth shifting performance and 13 gears, it offers a wide range of gear ratios for demanding gravel riding. The precise workmanship and elegant design make it the first choice for bike enthusiasts who value style, performance and quality.

The SRAM Apex XPLR AXS drivetrain scores with wireless electronic technology. The AXS platform from SRAM provides an unsurpassed riding experience. With its intuitive operation and fast response at the rear wheel, the SRAM Apex XPLR AXS takes shifting to a new, professional level.

But the non-electronic version, the SRAM Apex XPLR, also deserves all the honors: Its robust construction and reliable performance make it the ideal choice for adventures on two wheels. With its solid construction and easy handling, it offers reliable shifting performance - even in demanding terrain.

Overall, all three drivetrains offer impressive features for different riding styles and preferences. While the Campagnolo Exar 13-speed is known for its precision and performance, the SRAM Apex XPLR AXS sets new standards in terms of technology and innovation.

The SRAM Apex XPLR without electronic support, on the other hand, scores with its robustness and reliability, which pays off particularly in harsh environments.

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