Pinarello Grevil gravel bike review

The Grevil mixes features from the Dogma with a proper mixed terrain spec

Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Pinarello Grevil has the flashy aero looks of the brand’s top-end bikes. But it adds proper off road competence, to let you go where no Pinarello ought to be. It’s great fun to ride and no slouch on tarmac either.

Reasons to buy
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    Flashy aero frameset

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    Loads of clearance

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    650b wheels with excellent Vittoria tyres

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    Fast both on and off road

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Reasons to avoid
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    Short saddle limits weight shift over obstacles while seated

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    Rather thin bar tape

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Pinarello has led further into the modern era of cycling with its first introduction into gravel riding. From the off the Italian brand has done an amazing job with its fully capable Grevil. We liked it so much, we put it in Editor's Choice alongside some of the brands other bikes.

Kudos to Pinarello. It could so easily have rested on the not-inconsiderable laurels of the Dogma F10, increased its clearance a bit and sold a shedload of “gravel lite” bikes.

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