2009 Pinarello Prince "fire" - new pics p.1

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Sacke
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The former EPS owner, and now former Prince owner wanted to go back to the EPS after a week on the new Prince, so we swapped frames, and here is my new darling.

Some might wonder if the Pinarello is such a terrible bike that someone would get rid of it after a week... It is not, just that the EPS is more comfy, and the Pina is racier.

UPDATED: New pictures

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thomas
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Sacke wrote: and the Pina is racier

That it is....
Clever choice. :wink:

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@Sacke
I hate you so much :twisted: :D

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565 TT ?

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Sacke
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Sasha011 wrote:565 TT ?


545mm

It's the size 53

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C a s r a n
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Very nice.

Where are those pictures taken? Verona, or is that Arles?
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C a s r a n wrote:Very nice.

Where are those pictures taken? Verona, or is that Arles?

No, it's heaven.

:lol:

This is about as perfect as a Pina can get. Very tasty.

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Nice bike...

Wich handlebar is it?

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Sacke
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Thanks for the compliments... The picture is taken in Nimes, France.

The handlebar is a Zipp SLC2. Very light, but with the current wheels it is about impossible to shave off big amounts of weight. On the other hand, it is the lightest bike I've ever owned. :)

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I think you need to swap wheels as well :lol:

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morephyous wrote:I think you need to swap wheels as well :lol:

For Lightweight or Lew...?.... for me, not in a milion years...... :lol:
I rather have bulletproof and great looking wheels, than some light but really, sorry .....from a visual point of view..... ugly wheels. :oops:

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thomas wrote:
morephyous wrote:I think you need to swap wheels as well :lol:

For Lightweight or Lew...?.... for me, not in a milion years...... :lol:
I rather have bulletproof and great looking wheels, than some light but really, sorry .....from a visual point of view..... ugly wheels. :oops:


+1!!!

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i am in love with your bike
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Other than that, those wheels look fantastic on that bike!
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thomas wrote:I rather have bulletproof and great looking wheels, than some light but really, sorry .....from a visual point of view..... ugly wheels. :oops:



Yes, CAMPAGNOLO couldn't be written any bigger on those wheels... :shock:
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