Rover Al I wouldn't hold your breath on Raleigh staying in on the gravel scene. I guess they probably will keep the same line up as they have now less the Roker as that isn't in the plans for 2018. The kicker in my mind is I don't think you can see anything new from them in the gravel bike line up. That makes me sad because for sure I love the Raleigh line of gravel bikes as you are getting a great bike/bang for your buck.
I don't know if you are on their email list or not. I am ever since I set up the Corporate account. All I seem to keep getting from them as far as bikes that they are trying to entice me to buy is the beach cruisers or the old style retro bikes. It looks like they are going after the weekend warriors or beach people/part time city riders for their new bike line up that they are going after. Pretty sad from my end. Zman
If it was easy it wouldn't be a memory. You just hope you don't have all your memories in the same ride. been there dun that Zman