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Pinarello Grevil builds - where to find info

Old 08-03-20, 03:47 PM
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Pinarello Grevil builds - where to find info

I can't find anywhere that lists the available builds for the Pinarello Grevil. A dealer said they're not making any 2x drivetrains. It seems only the dealers have a list of various builds. Why not make this public like all other manufacturers?
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Both the grevil and grevil+ show as 1x or 2x capable on the site.
No build options are listed for either and useful info is lacking, but Pinarello did make sure to include obligatory action pics of a tatted guy riding their bike so at least their priorities are straight.***
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Originally Posted by mstateglfr View Post
Both the grevil and grevil+ show as 1x or 2x capable on the site.
No build options are listed for either and useful info is lacking, but Pinarello did make sure to include obligatory action pics of a tatted guy riding their bike so at least their priorities are straight.***
Thanks, so it's not just me who couldn't find the info on their side. I just can't believe they would leave out such pertinent info.
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Sounds on the stiff side for a gravel bike. What about it is intriguing to you?

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Sounds on the stiff side for a gravel bike. What about it is intriguing to you?
It's the only bike my dealer could order which would arrive within one week. So I ordered one. This shortage of bikes really sucks. And the Trek's, Santa Cruz (Stigmata), Ibis (Hakka), and the Cannondales were within the same price range. But none were available in my size. I did ride some of them (either a bit too small or big) and really liked the Pinarello. Went in to test the Stigmata, but couldn't since they had none.
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Ah, that stinks. What part of the country are you in? Stock of several models should start hitting some dealers in about 5 - 6 weeks depending on the brand. We have people buying bikes sight unseen on the phone and driving 300 miles to pick it up right now.

We have a Medium and a Large Open demo bike and a small 3T we are about to sell in PA area

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Pinarello did make sure to include obligatory action pics of a tatted guy riding their bike so at least their priorities are straight.***
Also no gloves with an aero helmet plus parachute beard

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