Team Sky's Pinarello F10 2019?

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itguy
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by itguy

Is this the new Team Sky's Pinarello?

Looks like they updated the seat post. The color matches their new jersey...
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1sanglier
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by 1sanglier

Same as 2018, just color change.

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bruno2000
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by bruno2000

Can be the new color sheme.
Not update to the SP, I believe this is just the zero-offset SP.

avispa
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by avispa

If this is it... it’s a very boring design!

They should have done something cool with the letters like a fade from light to darker metallic blue.

But I guess the whole team is back to the boring design pre 2017.

RedbullFiXX
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by RedbullFiXX

I give it a nice
Not supernice due to verticle cranks and busy background :)

ooo
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by ooo

Someone forgot to cover FD cable entry hole near headtube
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IchDien
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by IchDien

Will have a look later in Pinarello.

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wheelsONfire
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by wheelsONfire

Pinarello seemed to be fast to make new models. I'm a bit estranged they didn't revise the acceptance for tire width when the went from F8 to F10.
I wonder how well the previous gen (F8) holds it's second hand value?

Personally, i could well go for disc brakes, but in a way i'm happy i went with a rim brake frameset.
I guess these will be hard to find, as a premium in a few years.
Do you guys think the development for all rim brake components will soon cease?
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Ax Lightness Vial EVO Race (2018.12.21)
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Paduano Racing Fidia (kind of shelved)
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itguy
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by itguy

wheelsONfire wrote:Pinarello seemed to be fast to make new models. I'm a bit estranged they didn't revise the acceptance for tire width when the went from F8 to F10.
I wonder how well the previous gen (F8) holds it's second hand value?

Personally, i could well go for disc brakes, but in a way i'm happy i went with a rim brake frameset.
I guess these will be hard to find, as a premium in a few years.
Do you guys think the development for all rim brake components will soon cease?
No way hosey. As technology progresses, things will get better.

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itguy
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by itguy

RedbullFiXX wrote:I give it a nice
Not supernice due to verticle cranks and busy background :)
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