On gravel, there's no need to scale extreme mountain heights, risk crazy steep descents or share a highway with dangerous speeding trucks. The ICAN gravel bike is not a racer. It would be unwise to use it for cyclo cross, where 33mm is the fattest tyre allowed by the UCI. It would not be accepted as an entry for that great gravel classic, the Eroica – where only vintage steel bikes with exposed brake cables are permitted. But these are the only two drawbacks amid a host of advantages. The ICAN _X-Gravel bike is a cutting edge design from the 21st century, with gorgeous looks and a fit-kit with market-leading components. It's a top-class modern machine anyone would be proud to own – which doesn't spend half the year in storage!
This article will tell you the difference between Cyclocross Bike or a Gravel Bike, which allows you to better understand their differences. Then as a guide for you choose Cyclocross Bike or a Gravel Bike.