Pinarello has launched two new gravel bikes called the Grevil and Grevil+, the first time Pinarello has dipped its toe into the world of gravel bikes.
The new gravel bikes which feature a full carbon construction using Toray T700 and T11000 1k high modulus cloth respectively, along with the ability to accommodate both 700c and 650b wheels with tire clearances up to 42mm (700c) and 2.1in (650b).
The new Grevil adapts Pinarello’s Think Asymmetric concept, starting with the asymmetric downtube that offsets to counter drivetrain inputs towards the traditional threaded bottom bracket.
The new Grevil also feature front and rear 142x12mm and 100x12mm flat-mount hydraulic disc brakes, along with a newly designed Fork Flap that shrouds the front disc brake in an effort to improve aerodynamics.
The bike is available in six standard frames sizes (44-59cm) and five color options.
The new Grevil will be available in two different frameset options. The standard Grevil uses a mid-to-high modulus T700 carbon frame construction and will be available as a complete bike only.
Then a second Grevil+ gets the same design in a hi-mod T1100 ‘Dream’ carbon construction featuring something called ‘Nanoalloy Technology’.
Pinarello Grevil and Grevil+ specifications
- Grevil+ Toray T1100 carbon, Grevil, T700 carbon
- Dedicated Onda fork
- Dedicated aero seatpost
- ICR internal cable routing, electronic or mechanical groupset
- Tapered headset
- Italian thread bottom bracket
- Aerodynamic Fork Flap
- Down tube bottle cage
- Max Tyre: 700c x 42 mm
- Max Tyre: 650b x 2,1in
- 1x and 2x crankset option
- Disc Flat Mount (max Ø160 mm)
- Front Axle: Ø12 x 100mm Shimano
- Rear Axle: Ø12 x 142mm Shimano