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Pinarello 2018 Pinarello Dogma F10 Disk Frame
$4,999.99 $5,999.99 17% Off
Pinarello's Dogma F10 proves time and time again that it comes from good stock. It's proven itself in the biggest one-day classics and in the Grand Tours, most recently at the Giro. The F10 manages to balance ride quality, weight, and aesthetics way better than most and maximizes performance while minimizing tradeoffs. About the only thing we reckon would take it over the top is the inclusion of disc brakes. It's certainly not mandatory for road riding, but, the power, modulation, and performance in wet weather all point the advantage towards discs and with the Dogma F10 Disk Road Frameset we feel like we get to have our cake and eat it too…but not too much, we still have hills to climb! On the surface, it might appear that Pinarello simply adapted disc brake mounts to the existing F10 frame. This couldn't be further from the truth, since adding the mounts and reinforcing those areas would negatively affect the ride quality and take on a weight penalty. Pinarello has experience transforming their previous superbike, the F8, from rim to disc, so the exercise wasn't too foreign to them. The F10 was already one of—if not the—favorite all-around road bike here at Competitive Cyclist, and the addition of disc brakes takes it over the top. Pinarello, already experts in asymmetric carbon layup design in drivetrain applications now are able to showcase this technique into handling disc braking loads. This results in creating areas of the frame that are durable and completely apt at handling the disc brake stresses that they'll see without overbuilding the entire frame, adding unnecessary weight, or making the ride overly harsh. Though the frame is significantly redesigned, Pinarello continues the use of an Italian threaded bottom bracket shell, which is easier to install, maintain, and keep creak-free than the PressFit standard. The Onda fork is also redesigned to meet the demands of disc brakes. Thru-axles are used to secure the wheel to the dropouts, increasing the stiffness and allowing for out-of-the-saddle climbing efforts and sprinting with nary a brake rub. Pinarello adds fork flaps, essentially mini fairings, to the trailing edge of the dropouts to further increase stiffness and enhance the aerodynamics. A 12mm thru-axle is also used out back to secure the rear wheel. Like the standard F10, this bike has clearance for tires up to 25mm. This is, after all, a road racing bike, and 25mm tires offer the best balance of aero efficiency and rolling resistance. This isn't as much clearance as other disc brake drop bar bikes on the market, and many might be disappointed by the lack of space for tires, but an F10 did win Strade in 2017 piloted by Sky's Kwiatkowski on Continental Competition 25mm tubular rolling stock. We doubt the majority of you looking at this frameset have ambitions to build this into your gravel grinding rig, but the bike does have some gravel riding in its pedigree. The beautifully balanced geometry from the F10 carries over, and it has proven itself capable enough to carry riders comfortably into the third week of a stage race yet so confident on the descents that you feel like cornering hard enough to blister a tire. The addition of discs encourages you to push your speeds downhill even more with all of that braking power available at your fingertips. Tour-winning superbike now with disc brakes Pinarello's flagship frameset for all-conditions Perfectly dialed race geometry is surefooted and comfortable Asymmetric design is lightweight and responsive Features Toray's top, Japanese-made carbon composite Aerodynamic tubes originally developed in partnership with Jaguar Internal routing for mechanical and electronic drivetrains Thru-axles anchor wheels and add stiffness
Pinarello 2018 Pinarello GAN GRS Ultegra
$5,549.99
Pinarello loves to make their pro-level innovations accessible. The GAN GRS Disk follows the wheel tracks of the Dogma K8-S Disk. The K8S is the cobblestone cruiser Pinarello built for Team Sky to take on the rough roads of Paris-Roubaix and the northern classics. Geometry, aerodynamics, flex, comfort, braking have all taken lessons from that WorldTour bike. Sky’s racing game is very much about accruing small benefits to equal a big advantage, and the GRS, accrues all those benefits as well. The GAN GRS Disk is it’s own bike. The most noteworthy departure is space for tires up to 38mm in width (32mm if you run fenders over the tires). That’s wider than is allowed in UCI-sanctioned cyclocross racing. You can really drop tire pressure with tires that big, and that much rubber on the ground means you can soak up some huge holes and some rough roads that aren’t really roads at all. If that isn’t enough to lick your chops over, the rear end has been designed with a shock sitting atop the stays. The shock is the S of GRS, and what sets it apart from the GR. The adjustable elastomer bumper, same as the shock on the K8-S, means you have even more damping between you and the wheel. It’s a simple, telescoping elastomer shock that gives you up to 10mm of compression, which is more than enough to turn back-breaking stones into a more velvety track. And thanks to carbon, with Torayca T600 plies in the mix, the flattened chain stays offer vertical flex, that’s why they call them Flexstays, without any power-eating pivots by the bottom bracket or rear axle. This is something special, a mixed-surface bike that still is designed to go fast. It’s not just the geometry that is racy, but the tube shaping. As with the K8S, these tubes benefit from Pinarello’s FlatBack profile down and seat tubes. The design is aero, but comfortable, as the leading edge airfoil is chopped down in back, both to improve comfort and minimize weight. The head tube, fork legs, and seatstays are also shaped for aerodynamics, but a bit less so to help the Onda shape with vertical compliance. The seat post and stem are aero as well. The bike is set up with rotor disc brakes. The brake mounts are designed for rotors up to 160mm in diameter. The fork has a flat-mount system for the front caliper. The rear triangle has Pinarello’s RAD System for mounting the rear brake caliper. It’s a lightweight, secure means to fix the caliper to the stays without bulking the chainstay. By keeping the stay thinner, the ride is closer to that of a bike with conventional rim brakes. Keeping the lateral rigidity high as well as keeping things secure and simple are thru-axles, both front and rear. 12x100mm in front and 12x142mm in back. More secure mounting, potentially faster wheel changes. This GAN GRS also boasts many of the cool design extras of the K8S. They feature a tapered 1 1/8” to 1 ½” steered, Think2 internal cable routing—which works with mechanical, electronic, or hydraulic systems. If you go the electronic route, the battery goes in the seatpost, though you’ll need an accessory adapter if your bike doesn’t come with electronic shifting. The bottom bracket is the reliable Italian threaded standard—easy for servicing. The Pinarello GAN GRS Disk deploys the aerodynamics of the Dogma, adds clearance and disc brakes for rough roads, and smoothes out the ride with a shock. All these features make this bike one that never is at a loss regardless of the terrain or speed.
Pinarello 2018 Pinarello Gan Gr Disk
$3,349.99
The Pinarello GAN GR Disk and GR-S Disk are nearly identical. The main difference is that the GR (think GRavel) does not have a shock atop the seatstays. This makes the bike simpler and lighter, if a bit less forgiving when riding over really rough roads. The GR has been updated to reflect Pinarello’s added work on better understanding the needs of riders looking for a bike that can handle rough roads, and rougher non-roads. There’s less focus on aerodynamics, and more on maximizing comfort. You’ll see this in the simplified Onda fork, the refined head tube, the simplified aero Flatback down and seat tubes, and, most importantly, the updated stays. The chain stays are flattened in the middle for vertical flex. Equally important is that they’ve lengthened the stays and forks to fit tires up to 38mm in width—and you can also choose to install fenders (yes, threaded eyelets are built into the frame) and run 32mm tires. This is something special, a mixed-surface bike that still is designed to go fast. It’s not just the geometry that is racy, but the tube shaping. As with the K8, these tubes benefit from Pinarello’s FlatBack profile down and seat tubes. The design is aero, but comfortable, as the leading edge airfoil is chopped down in back, both to improve comfort and minimize weight. The heat tube, fork legs, and seatstays are also shaped for aerodynamics, but a bit less so to helps the Onda shape with vertical compliance. The seat post and stem are aero a well. As the name indicates the bike is set up with disc brakes. The brake mounts are designed for rotors up to 160mm in diameter. The fork has a flat-mount system for the front caliper. The rear triangle has Pinarello’s RAD System for mounting the rear brake caliper. It’s a lightweight, secure means to fix the caliper to the stays without bulking the chainstay. By keeping the seat stay thinner, the ride is closer to that of a bike with conventional rim brakes. Keeping the lateral rigidity high as well as keeping things secure and simple are thru-axles, both front and rear. 12x100mm in front and 12x142mm in back. More secure mounting, potentially faster wheel changes. This GAN also boasts many of the cool design extras of the K8. Tapered 1 1/8” to 1 ½” steered. Think2 internal cable routing—which works with mechanical, electronic, or hydraulic systems. If you go the electronic route, the battery goes in the seatpost, though you’ll need an accessory adapter if your bike doesn’t come with electronic shifting. The bottom bracket is the reliable Italian threaded standard—easy for servicing. The GAN GR Disk is easy: one bike for a complicated relationship with roads.
Pinarello 2018 Pinarello Gan S Ultegra Di2
$5,499.99
The Pinarello GAN S is a workhorse of a bike. It comes, with the addition of Easy-Fit, in fourteen sizes, fitting everyone from the small to the tall. The frame design is also similarly wide-ranging, taking its cues from the Dogma F8 and nearly identical to the GAN, GAN RS, and GAN Disk. Pinarello starts with the Dogma when designing the GAN series bikes. The S takes the shaping and geometry of the F8 and builds it with Torayca T700 Carbon Fiber. The lower-modulus mix is more durable. But to get to the same stiffness, Pinarello needed more material. The resulting generous cost savings means a little added weight. More importantly, the frame is shaped like the F8. You can see it in the extended head tube, the way the fork crown nestles in a notch in the down tube, the aero fork legs, the FlatBack down and seat tubes and the shorter, lower seat stays. And includes the aero carbon-fiber seatpost. The shaping also owes to the need to make the bike stiff and comfortable. A problem with traditional airfoil tube shaping is that they make a bike vertically stiff and laterally compliant, the reverse of what people need. By shortening the profile of the down and seat tubes, which Pinarello calls FlatBack profile, they still have vertical give. And by cutting the tubes off at their wide point, there is still plenty of lateral stiffness to fight pedal forces. And this is before we get into Pinarello’s traditional asymmetric tube designs, where they have already built in resisting pedaling forces. The F8 has a geometry built for light super flexible riders. The GAN S is built for the rest of us, similar position, just with more stack and less reach: it’s easy to get comfortable and feel powerful on the GAN thanks to the fact your bars don’t have to be so low. There are fourteen sizes to choose from, so you can easily find one that fits. In terms of tubing shapes and geometry, it is identical to the GAN, GAN RS, and GAN Disk, with the only difference being the grade of carbon-fiber employed. The GAN S also boasts many of the cool design extras of the F8. tapered 1 1/8” to 1 ½” steered. Aero stem and seatpost. Think2 internal cable routing—which works with mechanical, electronic, or hydraulic systems. If you go the electronic route, the battery goes in the seatpost, though you’ll need an accessory adapter if your bike doesn’t come with electronic shifting. The bottom bracket is the reliable Italian threaded standard—easy for servicing. The max tire width guaranteed to fit is 25mm, which means you can probably squeeze some fatter rubber in there, just Pinarello makes no promises. And the frame is UCI-approved, in case you find yourself suddenly getting a pro call-up. The Pinarello GAN S is how to get pro advantages in a package for the everyday rider.
Pinarello 2019 Pinarello PRINCE FX DA
$3,999.99 - $6,774.99 $6,774.99 Up to 41% Off
Prince is the latest evolution of an all-around bike from Pinarello designed for a wide range of users. Its design comes from a wealth of experience and technologies developed for top range models that have been adapted for a less-extreme use, maintaining the unmistakable riding style of the most successful company in the Tour de France. The frame is built with extremely light carbon fiber that's aerodynamically shaped, allowing the bike to slip through the wind. Progressive designs on the fork and seatstays result in a smooth and compliant ride, while the oversized downtube and chainstays keep the bike plenty stiff so it maximizes power transfer from every pedal stroke. The Think2 System allows for seamless integration of electronic shifting controls, and when paired with the internal cable routing results in one of the cleanest setups around. The Prince FX version is ready to race with the highest performing, most reactive, and precise handling frame.
Pinarello 2019 Pinarello Prince Disk Ultegra Di2 Pnk/Blk 46
$5,499.99
Prince frames are the latest evolution of the allround bike from Pinarello for a wide range of users. Prince comes from experience and technologies developed for top range models but adapted for a less-extreme use, maintaining the unmistakable riding style of the most successful company in Tour de France. Pinerello Prince Easy Fit Disk Carbon T700 Asymmetric Frame Fork ONDA Integral System Shimano Ulegra Di2, 22 Speed Groupset Fulcrum Racing 5 Disk Wheelset Think Asymmetric - Each Pinarello frame is designed with one essential feature: asymmetry. This is our design philosophy. Yes, because a vehicle with asymmetric traction can only be asymmetric. Your legs push on both pedals of the bicycle, but the chain acts ONLY ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF YOUR BICYCLE. It is therefore obvious that a frame must be ASYMMETRIC to allow you to ride SYMMETRICALLY. Prince Disk: disk brake version to emphasize safety and riding precision. EasyFit - Special sizing, designed specifically for smaller riders. Carbon T700 Asymmetric Frame Fork ONDA with ForkFlap™ Think2 System with E-Link™ ICR™ Internal Cable Routing Drop in Bearing System 1” 1/8 - 1”1/2 Italian thread BB Seatclamp TwinForce 3XAir™ two positions available for the second bottle FlatBack Profile UCI Approved Max Tyre 700x28mm
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