Got any burning questions about gravel bike set up? Want to know more about the different gravel bar options? Trying to figure out the right cockpit set up for your own gravel or adventure bike? Now is your chance to ask the industry experts at Ritchey Logic.
With a milieu of design subtleties – rise, sweep, flare, over-sized top sections, bio bends, & more – there’s a LOT to consider when building out your off-road drop bar bike. Everything from widths to depths, degrees of flare, and even whether to choose carbon or aluminum.
Don’t be afraid to get specific with this one! Let us know what bike you’re riding, your local terrain, and any problems you have with your current set up. Great advice from the guys at Ritchey is just two weeks away. Submit your questions here and we’ll report back with the answers next Friday!
Why Ritchey Logic?
Well, they recently released the Outback V2, an evolution of their much-loved steel gravel race bike. A couple of subtle changes transformed the the Outback into a worthy companion for multi-day bikepacking adventures; namely, the new carbon fiber fork with mounts for Anything Cages, rack and fender mounts, plus the addition of a 3rd set of water bottle bosses.
Check out our Remote Otter launch coverage to see more of the bike: