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Hatchet Carbon GRX 600 Gravel Bike

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Why We Like The Hatchet Carbon GRX 600 Gravel Bike

We've been pretty confident that gravel riding is here to stay, and confirming these suspicions is DeVinci's second-iteration of its Hatchet Carbon GRX All-road Bike. Gravel, all-road, call it what you like, what we'll call it is capable. That's because of the crew putting their heads together in the brand's Chicoutimi, Quebec facilities for over 25 years, and with its second iteration, the Hatchet is ready for even more adventures. It comes to us with eager geometry that's ready for lofty tires, and long rides in rough conditions. It features a similar overall shape to its predecessor, but with a slightly longer head tube, and shorter seat tube. Its seat tube is designed for a dedicated zero-offset post, and with its lower height this means two things — it better fits shorter riders, and the spec'd dropper post improves comfort and handling for technical sections.

We would best describe the Hatchet's ride as mountain bike-esque with the speed and multiple hand positions afforded by drop bars. Headtube angles encroach on hardtail 29er numbers, while the longer reach encourages the use of a shorter stem and wide bars. The chainstays and subsequent wheelbase are quite longer than the average cyclocross bike, and to that, the Hatchet is stable when the going gets fast and rough, yet it still manages to be very responsive and quick to change lines on washboard descents. This frameset will accommodate tires up to 45mm wide and DeVinci specs 40mm Maxxis Ramblers that are eager for any ride. Its 12mm thru-axles at the front and rear keep things stiff and tracking nicely and seem to have become the industry standard on drop bar disc bikes, as have the flat-mount disc brakes.

Completing this build is Shimano's gravel-specific GRX drivetrain as well as a gravel-ready cockpit. The GRX shifting is precise and swift across any terrain thanks to its rear derailleur that better handles the small bumps of gravel riding to keep the chain in place. DT Swiss G1800 wheels pair to the Maxxis tires for a capable wheelset for anything from smooth singletrack to pavement, while the Easton bars and KS Lev dropper post provide ample wiggle room for comfort and better handling when the trail gets rowdy.

  • DeVinci's all-road bike to tame any terrain
  • Carbon layup and materials specifically designed for gravel use
  • 40mm tires offer comfort over unforgiving gravel roads
  • Shimano's GRX drivetrain for precise shifting and gravel gearing
  • Flat mount GRX disc brakes offer stopping power in all conditions
  • Dropper post compatibility for getting rowdy
  • Geometry favors stability but is still agile for dodging obstacles
  • Hidden fender mounts offer year-round riding
  • Massive clearance for tires up to 700 x 45c or 650b x 2.1in

Tech Specs
Frame MaterialCarbon DMC-R HR
ForkDevinci Carbon Super Leggera
HeadsetFSA Orbit C40 Integrated
ShiftersShimano GRX RX600
Rear DerailleurShimano GRX RX600
CranksetShimano GRX RX600
Chainring Sizes40t
Bottom BracketFSA
Bottom Bracket TypePF86
CassetteShimano M7000 11speed
Cassette Range11 - 42t
ChainShimano HG601 11speed
BrakesetShimano GRX RX600
Brake Typeflat-mount hydraulic disc
RotorsShimano RT70, centerlock, 160mm
HandlebarEaston EA70 AX
Handlebar Drop80mm
Bar TapeSuper Soft
StemV2 Elite
SaddleSDG Duster
SeatpostKS Lev SI, 65mm travel
WheelsetDT Swiss G1800
Front Axle12mm thru-axle
Rear Axle12 x 142mm thru-axle
TiresMaxxis Rambler TR
Tire Size700c x 40mm
Recommended Usegravel
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

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