Though images of Pinarello's steeds usually conjure up thoughts of podiums, grant tours, and prestigious races, the brand threw us a little bit of a curve ball last year with its launch into the realm of e-bikes that don't look like e-bikes. At first glance the Dyodo road machine looked just as sleek as anything in the Dogma lineup, but the bike nearly literally pedaled itself up climbs for you, enabling cyclists to reach new highs and tackle bigger rides. This year Pinarello took note of the attention that off-road rides are getting, and opted to keep things going in the electric realm, launching into the E-Gravel world with the Dyodo Gravel Ultegra E-Bike. Whether you're recovering from an injury and trying to keep up with the crew, or you just unapologetically enjoy assistance on the ups, the Dyodo Gravel is built to take you wherever you want to go, with loftier tires than its predecessor, and a bit more comfortable geometry when you're spending hours in the cockpit -- plus, it doesn't hurt that it's constructed with a sleek aesthetic that makes you look really hard to tell that it's an e-bike. The good news is the Dyodo also rides like a Pinarello should thanks to its material choice, tapered steerer, and geometry. What you get is a bike that's stiff under power, corners like it's on rails, and its super light as well, with power assist on demand. Pinarello builds almost all of its frames exclusively out of carbon fiber, so getting the frame construction were it needed to be wasn't a hard task for the brand, however, the Dyodo differs from the brand's first eRoad offering, the Nytro, by moving the motor to the rear hub, in this instance, the Ebikemotion X35 pedal assist system, and the battery is hidden away from sight in the frame's downtube. The motor and battery only add 7. 7lbs to the build making it one of the lightest pedal assist systems on the market as well as one of the cleanest looking setups. The hub-based motor adds 250-watts and is powered by ...
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