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2013 Pinarello FP Quattro - $1,700 (Cumming)

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bicycle type: road
frame size: 56 MM
wheel size: 700C
bicycle frame material: carbon fiber
suspension: none (rigid)
brake type: caliper
handlebar type: drop
condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Pinarello
model name / number: FP Quattro
The frame is identical to the Pinarello Paris and Dogma 60.1 in terms of both geometry and shape – indeed it comes straight out of the same mold and uses exactly the same fork that lends the Paris its surefooted and direct feel. The difference then is in the type of carbon used in it’s production. Like the ROKH it is constructed of 30HM carbon as opposed to the 50HM carbon in the Paris – simply put it will withstand 30 tones of force per square centimeter rather than 50. What this means to most of us is that the rider receives the same geometry and look of the Paris and Dogma 60.1 but with a small weight penalty and a slightly less racy feel that is nothing if not negated by the money saved over buying either of the more expensive models.

-Smooth comfortable ride!
-56 CM Frame and fork are carbon fiber, Asymmetric frame. ONDA 1 fork.
-Carbon, Williams Cycling handlebars with new Zipp CX tape
-Oval 777 aluminum stem 90 mm length with a 7 degree rise
-Ultegra 6700 caliper brakes
-Ultegra 6700 shifters/brakes levers
-Ultegra 6700 crankset 50/34
-Dura Ace pedals
-Ultegra wheels and hubs front and back with a 11-25 Ultegra cassette, and Continental grand prix 5000 25mm tires.
-Ultegra 6700 rear derailleur
-Ultegra 6700 front derailleur with yaw.
-Thomson Masterpiece seat post with zero offset (Made in Georgia)
-Fizik Aliante R1 Open Seat
-Carbon Williams Cycling 2 water bottle cages.
-The fork steerer tube has never been cut and is ready for your setup fit.
-New brake pads front and back calipers
-Bike weighs approx. 17.5 LBS.

I am the original owner and the bike was purchased locally. The bike has been cared for never raced. Italian beauty. CALL ALAN FOR INFO show contact info

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