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LA PINA CYCLING MARATHON 2013
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The official travel agency of the Cicli Pinarello Group.
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Big Mig comes back home ... Miguel Indurain will be on the starting grid at LA PINA CYCLING MARATHON that will take place on Sunday, July 13, 2014 in Treviso. Miguelon will ride the Granfondo together with Fausto Pinarello and Bradley Wiggins…obviously on the new jewel of Pinarello: the DOGMA F8.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has confirmed his presence at the start of LA PINA CYCLING MARATHON that will take place on Sunday, July 13th 2014 in Treviso. The British National Time Trial Champion will ride the Granfondo together with Fausto Pinarello and the great Miguel Indurain…obviously on the new jewel of Pinarello: the DOGMA F8.
Sir Bradley Wiggins stormed to victory in the British national time trial championships as he led home a Team Sky 1-2 finish.
What a performance from Chris Froome with DOGMA F8 at the Dauphine. He takes a second stage win on the summit finish, seeing of Contador. another Day in Yellow!
“With this Dogma, Pinarello continues a long tradition of innovation by taking a bold leap into an entirely new level of performance—how a bicycle should ride, what it is capable of doing, and how it interacts with and feels to a cyclist is being redefined right now.” Bill Strickland, Editor in Chief Bicycling
The eighth generation of DOGMA creates a play of words that can become a perfect advertising slogan: The Eighth Dogma ... the eighth wonder of the world. In the past two years, DOGMA 65.1 has been the most titled bike on the planet, winning the Tour de France twice, the World Championship and more than 100 Pro Tour races.
On March 20 in Nice, France Chris Froome tested the DOGMA F8 for the first time. Despite the wind tunnel tests, the numerical data, the CFD analysis ... the ultimate test remains with the rider, the one who will live, fight and sweat on the bike. Well, after a day of incredible climbs and breathtaking descents, we anxiously awaited his comments, but the smile on Chris’s face when we met at the end of the day said it all ... Astonishing!
Team Sky's Bradley Wiggins with Pinarello Dogma 65.1 took the overall win ahead of Garmin-Sharp’s Rohan Dennis and Giant-Shimano's Lawson Craddock.