While most of us know Devinci for their Split Pivot enhanced full suspension mountain bikes like the new Hendrix and Troy introduced at Crankworx and Eurobike, the Canadian brand also makes quite a few road and commuter bicycles, including those used for plenty of bike share programs around the world.
Now, they’ve combined features of many of those into the new Hatchet alloy gravel multi-use bike, their first (but not last) entry into the growing off-pavement drop bar market. It’s a looker, and the price may make you do a double take…
The frame uses shaped alloy tubes led by a carbon fork with tapered alloy steerer.
Fender and rack mounts on the rear make it a “multi tool bike”, and fender mounts up front let both sides of you stay clean.
There’s clearance for up to 700×40 tires.
They stick with traditions threaded bottom brackets to keep it simple, but internal cable routing through the downtube gives it clean, modern look.
And that downtube is big, widening as it goes down to fill the width of the BB shell. No chainstay bridge keeps it wide open for great tire and muck clearance.
The Hatchet line Starts at just $1,100 with a Sora 2×9 group and TRP Spyre brakes. This one is the top build at $1,400 with SRAM Rival 1×11 with non series alloy cranks and house brand cockpit and wheels with Formula hubs. Claimed weight is 22lb for medium. On additional build sits between these two, and all three are available now.