Vermonters had a name for gravel grinding before it became a buzz-phrase: road riding. Vermont's scenic dirt roads are a cyclist's delight and we have several gravel-ready machines capable of cruising over Vermont's scenic mountain gaps as well as traversing her rough Class 4 and logging roads.
Salsa Journeyman, $899 - $1,499
A bikepacking rig with all the trappings at an amazing price point. Available in 700c and 650b. Full specifications.
Salsa Warbird Tiagra, $2,399
A purpose-built gravel race bike. Certainly zippy outside of sanctioned races, too. Full specifications.
Surly Midnight Special, $2,000
Designed to handle the gnarliest Vermont roads. It's 650b wheeks eat up road chatter, and the gumwall tires look pretty slick, too. Full specifications.
Jamis Renegade Series, $879-1,199
The Renegade is ready for any adventure. The long and tall endurance geometry is designed specifically to ride comfortably all day on the road or in harsh conditions off-road. With disc brakes and the ability to mount up to a 40c tire, these bikes are ready to go just about anywhere. All you need is the desire to push, pedal and explore. Full specifications.
Salsa Vaya Series, $1,399-1,799
Vaya is Salsa’s road adventure and light touring bike, designed to handle any road surface, from pavement to gravel to dirt. The tubing selection and stable geometry across the line makes for a bike that feels great unloaded or loaded for a fast tour, soaking up unpredictable surfaces mile after mile, from one town to the next. Vaya is an extremely versatile machine, always ready and able if the path turns less than ideal. Full specifications.
Jamis Quest Sport, $649
The legendary ride of steel; that’s what the Quest is all about. Full specifications.
When you buy a new or used bicycle from Old Spokes Home, you get:
- the ongoing support of an experienced service staff that wants you to love biking
- complimentary adjustments for 30 days
- 10% off in-stock accessories for 30 days after any bike purchase. For starters, think about a lock, lights, and a helmet.
- to support Old Spokes Home’s mission: creating access to bikes and the opportunities they provide for our whole community