OK, sort of a big “how to” BUT, after the MBBO, I’m thinking of doing a gravel bike? I recently discovered these on the inter-web! It’s basically a road bike with MTB tires. Sort of like cyclocross.... They look super cool and yet are highly functional. I grind out thousands of miles a year, mostly on the road, but every ride has a touch of off road or gravel. —Some rides more than others depending on if dogs are chasing me or if I just caught up with the guy who thought it would be funny to scream out his window at me as he sped by and I just put a massive cleat dent in his passenger side door. My daily grinder is a TREK 3900 with urban tires. Works great. A little heavy. Plus I’ve been riding it pretty much exclusively for about 10 years and Want to mix things up. I was recently thinking of building a vintage 10 speed, putting a 2” tire on the back, functional springer on the front, straight bar and riding the heck out of it! Has anyone done anything like this or maybe put a 10 speed set up on a vintage middleweight? I’m debating the base bike/frame. I’m sure the old 10 speed is a quicker and cheaper build, but a vintage middleweight with 10 speeds and on and off road capabilities would be pretty epic. Any insight or advice, I’m all ears!