While Pinarello maintains traditional tire clearances on the race-focused Dogma F, the all-new Pinarello Grevil F goes all-in on wide tires in either 700c or 650b sizes. Optimized for road, gravel and gravel plus, the Grevil F promises the same adept handling across all wheel sizes to go along with legendary Pinarello style and performance. Available now as a complete Campagnolo Ekar build with frame-only and additional build kits hitting in the fall.
Now, what you really want to know is just what makes the Pinarello Grevil F different/better than the original Grevil. Let me do my best to break that down.
- Added aerodynamic optimization throughout (4% more aero)
- 8% stiffer at the bottom bracket
- Fully-internal cable routing
- Shorter reach and increased stack throughout all sizes
- Huge clearance, thanks to dual-dropped stays and modified seat angle
- Optimized for tire/wheel sizes from 700×25-50c or up to 650×2.1″
- Asymmetrical design throughout to combat pedaling/braking forces so all energy input pushes you forward
- Works with 1x and 2x electronic and mechanical (except SRAM 2x mechanical)
- Utilizes Toray T700 carbon fiber
- Between 422-425mm chainstays
- Weight: 1090 g (53cm frame) and 500 g (fork)
Now, the all-new Pinarello Grevil F takes the original design to a whole new level. On the surface, it may look similar, but the shapes and layup are completely new in order to deliver one of the fastest and versatile gravel bike on the market. It now compares really well against the 3T Exploro RaceMax, which is my current benchmark. And, if it truly does handle and perform well with road tires all the way to gravel plus treads, this is going to be one sweet ride. And, the all-new Grevil F will be on display and ridden by Pinarello Scuderia team riders at Unbound 2022.
More Info: Visit Pinarello.com