In the time you've been riding, you've already covered every stretch of smooth pavement a hundred times over; now you're looking to ride down the rougher tarmac, where the chip-sealed roads give way to a little more dirt and a little less asphalt. The Hatchet 105 Allroad Bike urges you to go beyond the reach of your usual rides and try a route a bit more adventurous. Devinci's capable Hatchet frame is paired with Shimano's workhorse 105 drivetrain for a durable bike ready to handle the rough roads. This capable bike pairs a steeper seat tube angle for efficient pedaling with a sweet-spot head tube able for handling sporty descents. Devinci's heritage as a mountain bike brand informs the frame geo, making it a capable steed with a longer reach to feel more stable coming down mountain passes. The chainstays and subsequent wheelbase are quite longer than the average cyclocross bike, and to that, the Hatchet is stable when the going gets fast and rough, yet it still manages to be very responsive and quick to change lines on washboard descents. Sleek internal cable routing via a port behind the headtube, including dropper post compatibility for getting really rowdy, accommodates mechanical and electronic drivetrains and keeps things looking tidy and out of harm's way. Lastly, the hidden fender mounts allow you to find the bike comfortably year around keeping mud and road spray from dampening spirits. Devinci specs this Hatchet as their allroad model, versus their rougher-terrain gravel spec. Shimano's 105 drivetain offers more traditional road gearing to keep pace with local group rides between your all-terrain adventures. The 32mm wide Maxxis Refuse tires help provide grip through loose turns, without losing that smooth-rolling edge for pavement. Their wider width give you better comfort over rough roads over a narrower tire, so you can ride all day without your body being jostled about on the chip-seal roads.