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Pinarello Gan S
$4,100.00
The Gan S benefits greatly from trickle-down technology from Pinarello's top-tier frames. Made from T700 Carbon, the Gan S delivers the stiffness-to-weight ratio that serious racers demand and the long-ride comfort that more casual riders need. All the requirements of a high-end frame are here, like fast aero tubing, internal cable routing for mechanical and electronic drivetrains, and an integrated, tapered head tube. And of course, the Pinarello feel and styling. Something that can't be qualified really, you just have to ride one for yourself. Once you do, you'll know. This build includes a full 11-speed Shimano Ultegra gruppo, Fulcrum Racing wheels, and a featherweight carbon bar and post.
Pinarello Angliru
$2,200.00
Pinarello brings race-day performance to the masses with the Angliru. Built to go long distances, the carbon frame uses comfortable geometry and includes the plush ONDA carbon fork to smooth bumpy roads. You'll love the Shimano 105 22-speed compact drivetrain, which shifts crisply and provides the gearing to float up climbs with ease. You also get MOst B-Max brakes for speed control and a choice MOst bar, stem, seatpost and seat to ensure you get the most out of every pedal stroke.
Pinarello Prince Ultegra
$4,150.00
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 standard Prince version features a more docile frame intended for those who want high performance as well as a slightly more forgiving ride.
Cinelli Veltrix Disc Brake
$3,150.00
Veltrix is a carbon monocoque frame born for competition: quick, easy handling and high performance. Its easy handling makes it suitable for multiple uses. This bike is perfect for the pro but also suitable for those who want to ride at a less competitive pace. These wise uses of carbon fiber along with an optimal sizing of the sections of the frame elements make it a particularly high performance vehicle. About Cinelli: Founded in 1948 by Cino Cinelli, an Italian road cyclist who became a professional racer between 1937 to 1944. Cinelli won the Milan–San Remo in 1943, the Giro di Lombardia in 1938, and the Tour of the Apennines in 1937. Cino became interested in bicycle technology after experiencing mechanical failures during races. He began developing innovative new product designs, but failed to gain manufacturer support from others in the bike industry. So Cino partnered with his brother Giotto, who was producing steel stems and bars in Florence. He soon moved the company to Milan, which had become the center of the Italian cycling industry…and art. In 1978, Antonio Colombo, owner of the world-renowned Columbus tubing, assumed presidency of the company, and in 1997 Cinelli became a division of Gruppo S.r.l. The company is still—to this day—run very much like a family business. And like all lovers of cycling, Antonio still very much enjoys riding bikes.
Cinelli Superstar Ultegra Disc
$3,999.99
The Superstar is Cinelli’s cutting-edge carbon fiber re-interpretation of the mythical Italian stage-racing bicycle that is the brand’s heritage and DNA. Unlike other brands who each year offer bicycles with ever increasingly narrow scope of use, Cinelli, when developing the Superstar, obsessed over the way in which the inherent qualities of carbon fiber and its manufacturing processes could be employed to produce an aggressively contemporary version of the legendary versatility of the Italian Grand Tour ride quality i.e. the intelligent balance of low-weight, aggressive handling over highly varied terrain and long-distance riding comfort. About Cinelli: Founded in 1948 by Cino Cinelli, an Italian road cyclist who became a professional racer between 1937 to 1944. Cinelli won the Milan–San Remo in 1943, the Giro di Lombardia in 1938, and the Tour of the Apennines in 1937. Cino became interested in bicycle technology after experiencing mechanical failures during races. He began developing innovative new product designs, but failed to gain manufacturer support from others in the bike industry. So Cino partnered with his brother Giotto, who was producing steel stems and bars in Florence. He soon moved the company to Milan, which had become the center of the Italian cycling industry…and art. In 1978, Antonio Colombo, owner of the world-renowned Columbus tubing, assumed presidency of the company, and in 1997 Cinelli became a division of Gruppo S.r.l. The company is still—to this day—run very much like a family business. And like all lovers of cycling, Antonio still very much enjoys riding bikes.
Cinelli Veltrix Rim Brake
$2,850.00
Veltrix is a carbon monocoque frame born for competition: quick, easy handling and high performance. Its easy handling makes it suitable for multiple uses. This bike is perfect for the pro but also suitable for those who want to ride at a less competitive pace. These wise uses of carbon fiber along with an optimal sizing of the sections of the frame elements make it a particularly high performance vehicle. About Cinelli: Founded in 1948 by Cino Cinelli, an Italian road cyclist who became a professional racer between 1937 to 1944. Cinelli won the Milan–San Remo in 1943, the Giro di Lombardia in 1938, and the Tour of the Apennines in 1937. Cino became interested in bicycle technology after experiencing mechanical failures during races. He began developing innovative new product designs, but failed to gain manufacturer support from others in the bike industry. So Cino partnered with his brother Giotto, who was producing steel stems and bars in Florence. He soon moved the company to Milan, which had become the center of the Italian cycling industry…and art. In 1978, Antonio Colombo, owner of the world-renowned Columbus tubing, assumed presidency of the company, and in 1997 Cinelli became a division of Gruppo S.r.l. The company is still—to this day—run very much like a family business. And like all lovers of cycling, Antonio still very much enjoys riding bikes.
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