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Pinarello’s aero Grevil F gravel bike boosts tyre clearance and hides cables

Pinarello’s aero Grevil F gravel bike boosts tyre clearance and hides cables

Pinarello has launched the Grevil F, a new version of the Italian brand’s gravel race bike, which will replace the Grevil+ and Grevil. The unmistakable…

Wednesday, Jun 01

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Pinarello has launched the Grevil F, a new version of the Italian brand’s gravel race bike, which will replace the Grevil+ and Grevil.

The unmistakable asymmetric Pinarello design is retained, with the frame taking its design cues from the Dogma F , particularly with its seatstay junction. The carbon layup used is Toray T700, identical to the outgoing Pinarello Grevil , but not as premium as the T1100 used on the Dogma F or Grevil+.

The frame can now accept up to 700x50mm (increased from 700x42mm) gravel tyres , or 27.5/650b x 2.1in rubber.

The brand claims refinements to the frame result in the Grevil F being eight per cent stiffer at the bottom bracket compared to the original Grevil. It also claims a four per cent aerodynamic improvement, supposedly saving 5w at 40km/h over the outgoing model.

Claimed frame weight is 1,090g unpainted in a size 53 and the fork is claimed to weigh in at 500g. Claimed weight for a complete bike with Campagnolo Ekar and Princeton Grit 4540 wheels is 8.55kg, or 8.85kg with Campagnolo Ekar and Fulcrum Rapid Red 500 wheels.

Pricing and availability is to be confirmed, as well as the future of the Grevil+.

Before we get started on the tech details, you can also check out our Pinarello Grevil F review , to read about how it rides. Aero integration While many of the latest gravel bikes are placing greater emphasis on ever-increasing versatility, and the new Grevil hints at that with its increased tyre clearance, Pinarello’s gravel […]

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