$ 699.00 USD
    In the box: Carbon Gravel Bike Frame Fork Seatpost Clamp Headset Specification Type  New Gravel frame disc   Frame...
    The gravel bike is more nimble on the road compared to its mud-ready cyclocross equivalent, but strong enough...
    $ 699.00 USD
    $ 650.00 USD

    You can buy the best valued carbon gravel frame online from ICAN Cycling.

    The gravel bike of today is a go-anywhere, do-anything machine. And ICAN has created a collection of carbon gravel frames for 2021. All of these are based on ICAN's Speed Balanced Geometry® design principles. These versatile Toray T700 carbon frames confer good handling, lightweight and comfortable. But aesthetics is where the 2021 gravel collection shines, as seen in four basic frames – in a wealth of colors and finishes that will appeal to individual riders. And also turn envious heads.

    Do you have the recommendation for carbon gravel frame?

    If you have enough budget, you can consider carbon gravel bike frame brands: Cannondale, Deanima, Factor, Mosaic, Trek, etc.
    But the reality is that some big brands only sell complete gravel bikes as a whole instead of gravel bike frames. Therefore, it is difficult to find numerous options for gravel bike framesets.
    Fortunately, you can find many high-quality gravel bike frame manufacturers in China. They are also very reliable in quality. If you are gravel bike starter,it will be a good choice to buy gravel bike frame in China.

    How much i should pay for a good gravel bike frame?

    At present, the brand of carbon gravel frame on the market sells for more than 1200$. But you still can find good carbon gravel frame under 1000$ . Most gravel frame manufacturers come from China, which is where the foundries of the big brand frame gather.When we asked hundreds of customers, how much gravel bike frame can they accept? 1000$ is the expected price in the mind of the customers.

    The GRA02 frame costs US$ 650. It's ready for disc brakes with flat mounts and concealed hydraulic lines. Sizes – like the other frames in the collection – range from a compact 49cm to a lanky 59cm. It will take 650B road wheels or MTB builds with 48mm tires, which makes it super versatile. The rider who likes simplicity will choose the matte black carbon finish; but the GRA02 is also available in a jazzy two-tone paint job of pink and blue, with bold ICAN decals.

    The Green X-Gravel frame is state-of-the-art at 699$, ready for modern components and tires up to 45mm on 700c rims. But where it stands out from the crowd is the glossy paint finish in vivid natural green. This is a frame that reflects the natural color of this green earth.
    For US$720, the Rainbow gravel frame comes with an eye-catching iridescent finish and decals. A bike with an ICAN Rainbow frame is a thing of beauty, well-suited to electronic gears.
    Top of the range at US$ 750 is a breathtaking variation on the Rainbow, which comes in ICAN's radiant paint – either a deep green or a rich red-brown, with sparkling iridescent TRIAERO decals. This is a gravel bike for the cycling connoisseur.

    Cycling is growing, and nothing is growing faster than the gravel segment. This is because gravel is all about bikes being built and ridden in a way that is driven by consumers and not by professional riders
    One crucial part for gravel bikes is their brakes. Gravel involves riding offroad and riding offroad makes riding hazards a little less predictable, and you will need to stop quickly in what could be adverse weather conditions or fully leaden if you are bikepacking. We, therefore, specced this frameset to run flat mount disc brake.
    Disc brakes mean you can stop fast and safe, but you also need your frame and fork to be stiffer for this to happen. This is why we have ditched quick release and gone with 12mm thru axle wheel fitment. We have also worked the Toray T700 fibers into a very stiff but compliant frameset, this is boosted by our BB86 bottom bracket. The stiffness will help you get up to speed as much as it will allow you to slow down with the disc brakes.
    Not only did our engineers work hard on the carbon layup but they have also been working hard to make sure our internal routing works well, especially if you are using hydraulic brake hoses rather than cables. This will help to make sure your gear changes and braking stays crisp when you are out backpacking or if you fancy to race cyclocross.

    See the gravel bike frame guide to choose the frame suitable for you.