pinarello = japanese material + italian engineering!breakaway said:this is so weird yet funny. So many people are so quick to preach how Pinarello's are made in China/Taiwan blah blah... insinuating they are no longer italian bikes but when asked what components to put on them they automatically say campy
I say put on whatever you like and feel comfortable with. Putting on campy just to be politically correct is old school. When i get my F4 in a few weeks it will be all DuraAce
The GREAT question is not where but how the frame are made, and if manufacturers assume the risks of frames wich manufature...offering a quality control that works...breakaway said:...All it is is just geography where the frames are physically made.