Massive tires and maximum speed - from dirt trails to muddy meadows, the Pinarello Grevil is one seriously gifted gravel bike. Read more
When Pinarello decided to make a gravel bike, they went all in. And while the Grevil does draw style cues from its Dogma sibling, compared to other gravel bikes, the Grevil stands somewhat apart. First off, it's got massive tire clearance (ok, that part is no different to any other trail machine). But uncharacteristically for Pinarello, the Grevil features a notably slack head tube and a long wheelbase - more so than any other gravel bike we've seen. This unique geometry gives Pinarello Grevil incredible stability when bombing fire roads at high speed, inspiring confidence and feeling ever better the harder and faster you push it.
To our surprise, the Grevil's angles also really help the bike maintain traction on steep, loose climbs. And while the Grevil is slack and stable, it's certainly not slow. Like a Dogma, it's plenty stiff and rocket-fast from a standing start.
If you've yet to feel satisfied by the crop of other gravel bikes out there, copycatting each other's geo charts, the Grevil might be the perfect off-road rig for you.
Ticking all the boxes for a proper gravel race bike, the Pinarello Grevil is my go-to when racing for the win at the world’s most prestigious gravel events.
Brennan Wertz - Professional Gravel Racer
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