Third Edition for the Grand Prix dedicated to Nani Pinarello
Trave with Pinarello
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Come and visit the website of the World’s most titled bikes: DOGMA F8 the bike of Team SKY champions, DOGMA K8 S the secret weapon for the Granfondos, the new GAN ... the bad sister of DOGMA F8
An amazing result for the Italian team in berlin. During the women's pursuit final, Tatiana Guderzo, Letizia Paternoster, Elisa Balsamo and Silvia Valsecchi won against Great Britain after an intense effort in the last kilometer.
The Team SKY leader has been elected following a vote by selected international cycling journalists organised by the French publication Vélo Magazine. Froome was awarded the trophy at the Palais des Congrès in Paris ahead of the presentation of the route of the 2018 Tour de France.
The australian and his Bolide TT did it! 4:12:54 over 112 miles (180.25km) for an average speed of 26.68mph (42.764kph), more than five minutes faster than the previous record.
Pinarello presents the Dogma F10 King of Spain, celebrating the first victory at the Vuelta a España 2017 for Chris Froome.
The young rider from Bolzano confirm her superiority in Bergen, ending in style an amazing 2017 season.
Froome won the race by an eventual margin of two minutes and 15 seconds and became the first rider since Bernard Hinault in 1978 to do the Tour de France and Vuelta double. A last stage in Madrid with a special bike, a King of Spain Dogma F10 signed as always by Fausto Pinarello.
During the temporary exposition “La famiglia” dedicated to Italy at Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche, Pinarello presents l’Atelier Pinarello. A pop-up store in the heart of Paris, in one of the most exclusive locations in the world.
Chris Froome put in a powerful ride to take victory on the stage 16 time trial at the Vuelta a Espana and extend his overall advantage. Resplendent on his Bolide TT personalized with red details, Froome got quicker across the 40.2-kilometre course to win the stage by a margin of 29 seconds in Logrono, securing his second victory of the race so far.