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Merlin Gröber
Merlin Gröber

Window fitter, goldsmith, bouncer. And now a freelance journalist. Studied history, ethnology and communication in Freiburg, Munich and Canada. A graduate of the German School of Journalism. Prefers sleeping outside to inside – and whenever possible in Tirol.

Merlin Gröber
Updated on 26.06.2023 in from Merlin Gröber
10 min reading time
Forest trails, riverside paths, mud fireroads – Tirol is home to a wide range of terrain. Until now, visitors wishing to explore the region on two wheels needed several different bikes to do so. Now, however, gravel bikes have changed the game. With their wide tyres and light roadbike frame, they are fun to ride on the tarmac and the trails. We set out to discover what a gravel bike is capable of. Three days, minimal luggage and 200 kilometres of riding. Let's go!
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