Pinarello FP Due Road Bike

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MSRP : $2450.00

Product Description

Pinarello FP Due 105 Bike 2013: The geometry remains the same, but receives an asymmetric design. Most visible in the seatstays and fork, this asymmetry helps balance the offset power delivery due to the drivetrain...

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FP Due bottom bracket

I'm going to be getting a 2013 FP Due 105 drive train in 2 months. I'm converting it to Dura Ace. Is the Most Croxover simply an Italian bottom bracket? What is the seatpost diameter? Do I have to go through an authorized Pinarello dealer if I wanted to get a different size Most stem? I want to ... Read More »

pinarello fp due stock stem length

I'm looking at getting either a FP Due(size 47) or a ROKH(size 46). What stem length does Pinarello put on their preassembled bikes? I need about 100mm. These are my recommendations from Competitive fit calculator which are spot on where it counts(Top tube length/stem length). Seat tube length no ... Read More »

Fp due

Planning on buying the fp due. I can get it for $2300. My budget was $2000, so pushing up to the fp team or Quattro is out of the question. I haven't seen many reviews, and I'm just looking to make sure it's a good buy. Thanks for any help.Read More »

Pinarello FP Due

I am planning to upgrade from my 2010 GT Series 3. I am looking at the cannondale synapse 5, Specialized Roubaix, or Pinarello fp due. I am leaning towards the pinarello because I can get the rival build for less than the 105 in the other 2. I have a local trek dealer, but I'm less than impressed wi ... Read More »

Pinarello FP Due vs BMC Roadracer SL01 ? - Pls help

I was thinking of buying a Pinarello FP Due, SRAM Rival build or a BMC Roadracer SL01 with Ultegra build. Both 2012 leftovers. I like that the BMC uses Easton and DT Swiss components and I'm not sure what to think of the Most branded components on the Pinarello. Some reviews say that power transfer ... Read More »

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