this.warpdrive wrote: ↑Oct 2nd, 2017 8:45 amSure, Cyclocross bikes are very versatile. Cyclocross is the name for bikes with traditional road bike geometry and dirt ready wheels, brakes, and tires used for off road racing. However, in the last few years, manufacturers have been coming out with another class of road bikes. I call them adventure bikes. Basically they use comfortable endurance geometry, vibration absorbing frames and disc brakes with wider (gravel ready) tires. Basically they are like everyday cyclocross bikes. Consider these as well to give you additional choices besides normal cyclocross bikes (which are more racing oriented)
https://www.trekbikes.com/ca/en_CA/bike ... ip/f/F443/
https://www.specialized.com/ca/en/men/b ... ee5/129184
http://www.gtbicycles.com/can_en/2017/b ... ade-tiagra
Buy a gravel/adventure bike over a cyclocross bike.
Although you will find better deals on used cross bikes