Devinci quietly showed off their Hatchet gravel bike last year as a one spec alloy bike ready for the dirt. Now, they’ve committed to carbon with three builds and one gorgeous new frame. The new Devinci Hatchet Carbon does more than just translate the alloy version into carbon. It builds in dropper seatpost compatibility, 40mm tire clearance, an integrated rear derailleur hanger, flat mount brakes and more…
It’s got 12mm thru axles front and rear, keeping it stiff down low. Up higher, the dropped seat stays and specific layup are designed to give it some vertical flex and vibration absorption to smooth the ride. A 27.2 seatpost complements the frame’s efforts.
Fender mounts give you the opportunity to stay clean…
…and the hidden thru axle fork and adjustable cable routing keeps the bike looking clean. The cable port uses different plastic caps to suit different drivetrain and dropper routing setups.
The top model gets Ultegra Di2, Mavic Ksyrium Elite Allroad wheels, FSA cockpit and Fizik saddle for $5,749.
Next down is mechanical Ultegra with the same wheels and bits for $4,689.
The 105 model gets Shimano 105 shifters and derailleurs with FC-RS500 cranks, Mavic Aksium Disc Allroad and FSA/Fizik cockpit for $3,099.