Yep, that's where I started. $2300 for the Due is a very good price. But I ended up springing $2800 for the Quattro and don't regret the decision.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.
My son has a Paris (what a fantastic bike!), and this is what got me on the Pinarello bug.What specifically led to the need to move up?
Congratulations!The fp due arrived today!!! I'm very impressed with the stiffness during out of the saddle driving. No flex. I'm 6ft, 245, and never skip leg day so it got a real test. Moving up from a starter aluminum to carbon I didn't realize how much smoother the ride would actually be. The power delivery is like moving from a minivan to a Porsche. 18.6lbs measured with my suitcase scale. I love this bike already.