Nicolai Argon CX frame and 3T Luteus II LTD Carbon fork
Yes, the Nicloai Argon features the initials “CX” in its name. However, the geometry specs make it an ideal candidate for a gravel steed. The differences between Cyclocross and Gravel are small anyway and leave much room for discussion. However, many details in a custom build depend on the individual preferences of the rider. Cyclocross racers normally favour a very agile setup, whereas typical winter training CX bikes are very similar to what the industry calls a gravel bike now.
The Nicloai Argon CX aluminium frame weighs in at 2.1 kilograms and features a very long wheelbase for being a CX frame. The same is true for the top tube, 560 mm in size M, and the reach of 387 mm. The flat head tube angle of 70.5 degrees makes for increased stability and more comfort on longer rides.