Mystery Pinarello

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Lucas1234
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by Lucas1234

Sorry I am asking this question on the road forum but we have no track forum. Saw this guy at junior worlds and I am looking for a new track frame. This one looked good, but can't find the model name.
http://relifecycle.com/biking/gold-for- ... pionships/

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prendrefeu
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Here is a better image:
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It's one of these:
http://www.pinarello.com/it/bici2014/pista/pista
http://www.pinarello.com/it/bici2014/pista/xtrack (MOST LIKELY)
http://www.pinarello.com/it/bici2014/pista/maat

Ignore the paint schemes on Pinarello's site, obviously the Pinarello bikes underneath the GB Cycling Team sport the colonial colors (red, white, blue...)

Also, you may want to change your subject line so that way it's clear that you are asking about a Pinarello TRACK frame, not another type, and you may get better responses.
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by Permon

prendrefeu wrote:It's one of these:
http://www.pinarello.com/it/bici2014/pista/pista" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
http://www.pinarello.com/it/bici2014/pista/xtrack" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; (MOST LIKELY)
http://www.pinarello.com/it/bici2014/pista/maat" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


I doubt it is any of the 3 listed above.
Check the top tube....the bike the OP shows has straight, low profile (ovalized) TT.
Not any of the frames You listed has a TT like that.
By my opinion the questioned frame is aluminium one (maybe not in producton anymore?).

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by fitty4

It seems like you can see the welds on the bottom bracket, so because of the big tubes should be alu. and it appears to have carbon seat stays

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by fitty4

Pista 2005?

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Seems to be alloy version w carbon seatstays. Pina did the carbon seatstay thing 10-15 years ago.
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by brearley

still not right.
In around 2005 the endurance squad were using the pista 2005 as above.
However for pursuiting and individual events they rode a special pursuit frame which wasn't available to public.
They were sold off after the performance squad upgraded them with some remaining.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PINARELLO-TEA ... 0895295299
This listing shows the side on with the profiled tubing and shorter headtube.

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Terry Dolan with Pinarello paint job?

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by alibongo

Hi, I've sold a few of these. They are not on the pinarello site and never have been. They are an alloy frame with carbon seat stays and onda forks. I believe dolan made a "similar" frame!

Funny they had English BB's in them.
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Ah, I learn something new everyday!

Thanks alibongo.
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by bigben99

Yes, it`s Pista 2005. Really nice bike. :thumbup:

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