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beanbiken
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by beanbiken

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And the Campy, wheels and sundry migrated here and the DI2 from the white frameset went to the Izalco Max.......

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Ahhh, coffee & carbon

HarrisonK
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by HarrisonK

Put 50mm carbon wheels on today.

Before (Fulcrum Racing 5):
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After (Bontrager Aeolus Pro 5):
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Big difference in appearance. Didn't get to ride the new wheels yet as my shoes snapped 3 miles into my ride.

by Weenie


HarrisonK
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by HarrisonK

Pinarello released 2019 bikes today. No more Gan RS. It appears that the Gan RS has been replaced with the Prince. The frame seems to be exactly the same as my Gan RS, t900 carbon. Can anyone confirm the differences?

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themidge
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by themidge

Looks exactly the same, perhaps the layup has changed underneath all that nice paint?
I love the way the blurb describes the different models:

- Prince FX: very performing, reactive and precise frame. Ready to race.

- Prince: more docile frame, intended for those who want to perform without excess.

- Prince Disk: disk brake version to emphasize safety and riding precision.

:lol:

LionelB
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by LionelB

F8 retired. F10 arrived.

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coriordan
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by coriordan

2019: Prince FX T900. Gan is T600.

2018: Gan RS T900. Gan S T700. Gan is T600.

So Gan RS is renamed and Gan S is dropped.

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TonyM
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by TonyM

themidge wrote:Looks exactly the same, perhaps the layup has changed underneath all that nice paint?
I love the way the blurb describes the different models:

- Prince FX: very performing, reactive and precise frame. Ready to race.

- Prince: more docile frame, intended for those who want to perform without excess.

- Prince Disk: disk brake version to emphasize safety and riding precision.

:lol:
Yes nicely made from the Marketing department...LOL not sure if they bike themselves...

JackRussellRacing
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by JackRussellRacing

GAN RS. 80 miles and about 6k climbing yesterday to celebrate Independence Day in the USA. Yes, I run an 11-32 when I'm in the mountains of NC.

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(photo includes authentic sweat on the top tube, and horrid blinky light+saddle bag. And yeah, I should have pulled the bottles for the photo.)
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Calnago
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by Calnago

JackRussellRacing wrote:80 miles and about 6k climbing yesterday to celebrate Independence Day in the USA. Yes, I run an 11-32 when I'm in the mountains of NC.
Nice effort yesterday! At least you have “bigboy” chainrings it looks like. :)
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LionelB
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by LionelB

53 or noting on a Pinarello :)


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Calnago
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by Calnago

Well, at least he appears to have survived a day in the mountains without discs. Whew! Must have been so scary.
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HarrisonK
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by HarrisonK

Does anyone have an integrated bar stem? I like the Talon but it's really expensive. The Vision Metron is half the price and almost as nice. Does anyone here have that setup?

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TonyM
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by TonyM

I have the Pro Stealth Evo.

https://www.pro-bikegear.com/global/en- ... HA_STEALTH

Here in 2017 on the F10 of Froome:


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Merovingian
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by Merovingian

HarrisonK wrote:
Sun Jun 17, 2018 9:44 pm
Put 50mm carbon wheels on today.

Before (Fulcrum Racing 5):
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After (Bontrager Aeolus Pro 5):
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Big difference in appearance. Didn't get to ride the new wheels yet as my shoes snapped 3 miles into my ride.
This thing is beautiful! What size tires are you running? I just ordered the maglia nera gan rs and want to swap the wheels and put 25mms on, but the pinarello website states 23mm is the max.

by Weenie


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