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Devinci Cycles cuts into electric assist gravel bikes with new E-Hatchet

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Is an e-gravel bike on your list of things to check out for 2021? Yeah? Then here’s another option for the e-gravel curious, the new E-Hatchet from Devinci Cycles. Rather than jumping into the deep end with a high dollar carbon build, Devinci is testing the waters with a more affordable aluminum e-bike with a great spec to get you rolling (with a little assist).

Devinci Cycles E-Hatchet electric assist gravel bike with Shimano STEPS motor

Built around the Shimano STEPS system, the E-Hatchet includes a STEPS E6100 drive unit combined with the E7000 computer and E8014 418Wh battery. That should be good for up to 150km on a single charge if you’re efficient with the assist modes. It also results in a complete weight of 38.40lbs for medium complete bike – which is a lot for a gravel bike, but not too bad for an aluminum e-gravel bike.

Devinci Cycles E-Hatchet electric assist gravel bike Maxxis tires

Equipped with 700c x 40mm Maxxis Re-Fuse tubeless tires with Maxxshield, the E-Hatchet seems like its geared more towards pavement and light offroad riding, though you could always add a tire with more aggressive tread for better traction. Without fenders, the frame and fork will clear up to 700c x 42mm tires.

Devinci Cycles E-Hatchet electric assist gravel complete bike

The rest of the build features a 1×11 Shimano GRX 600/810 drivetrain, hydraulic disc brakes, quick release hubs front and rear, and a full carbon fork. Offered in S-XL sizes, frame details include internal cable routing, fender compatibility with 700c x 40mm tires, and mounts for a rear rack. Available in a single build, pricing is set at an approachable $3,699 with the first bikes expected in the U.S. around March.

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Craig Randell
Craig Randell
2 years ago

If you are fit enough to get 150km out of the battery on this bike then I think it’s highly likely that you do not need this bike. And seriously, the battery mount, it’s 2021 already. I am most definitely not an ebike hater, I have two and another on order.

Mitc
Mitc
2 years ago
Reply to  Craig Randell

IMO, in terms of the battery, there’s no need for Devinci to invest in frame design around inclusion of the battery, if they’re only “testing the waters”. More frame refinement = higher cost.

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