Ever seen a bumpy, gravelly track that you wished you could ride down on your road bike, but you know it would cause the bike damage? That's why gravel bikes were created. They bridge the gap between road bikes which are happy on tarmac and cyclocross bikes which are happy on mud.
Gravel Track Ready
This bike is based on the Nytro - Pinarello's electric road bike - but you'll notice it has a wide tyre (700x42C) to absorb the shocks off a gravel track.
Just like the Nytro, the frame is constructed from carbon fibre, so it maintains the lightness of a road bike. The Fazua drive - the motor and battery of choice for most e-road and e-gravel bikes - is lightweight and removable, so you can toggle between electrically assisted and conventional riding.
Summary: Experience the swiftness and efficiency of road-biking even on unpaved tracks with the Nytro Gravel e-bike.
As with all our e-bikes, you can give them a test-ride, so get in touch to arrange one at your nearest branch.
Easy-rolling on road but wide enough for stability on gravel tracks
Fazua drive system
The lightest crank-drive system available
Removable Motor and Battery
Remove the drivepack and bike becomes 9kg conventional road bike
Key Electric Features:
Remote FX - integrated into the frame
Pinarello Nytro T700 carbon fibre
Pinarello Onda disk
SRAM Force 11-speed
SRAM Force Hydraulic disc
MOST Fazua specific, 1x42t
SRAM XG-1180, 10-42t
Fulcrum Racing 650b
Vittoria Terreno Zero, 650bx47c clincher
MOST Lynx Aircross manganese
About the Pinarello brand
Pinarello is an Italian bicycle company that was started in 1952 by Giovanni Pinarello. Based in Treviso, Pinarello is best known for its high-end road bikes, although it also produces cyclocross, track, mountain and city bikes.
Pinarello bikes have been ridden by a number of top professional teams, including Team GB, Telekom, Banesto, Movistar and Team Ineos. Team Sky rode the brand's flagship Dogma road bike to victory in the Grand Tour.