Tag: Prince

  • Taiwanese Pinarello Prince Frame

    I saw a Taiwanese Pinarello Prince frame. It’s the same frame as the legendary Prince, but without the same paintjob. These are made in Taiwan at the same factory. I wasn’t impressed with the overall finish of this demo frame, but since the customer can decide on what they want, that makes up for it.

  • 2011 Pinarello Road Bicycles

    This year, Pinarello is emphasizing their asymmetric design philosophy. The models stay the same but they’ve announced a new re-designed Paris Carbon, which is made out of 50HM 1.5K carbon. It’s slot is right after the Prince Carbon. The Prince is made out of 50HM 1K carbon. The Dogma is made out of 60HM 1K […]

  • The Pinarello Dogma/Prince Dilemma

    If you are in the market for a frame from Pinarello, and you don’t want to spend too much money, then you should seriously consider buying a ’08 or ’09 Prince carbon frame. The Dogma is the latest and greatest from Pinarello. It just came out last fall and retails for $5,500 in the US. […]

  • 2009 Pinarello Prince With Super Record 11

    Update: The wheels have been sold and we really want to find an owner for this bike. I’ve got a new price for this bike, minus the wheels. Send me an email to find out more. A customer ordered this bike but didn’t buy it, so I’m trying to find it a good home. It’s […]

  • 2009 Pinarello Prince With Super Record 11 and Shamal Ultra Titanium

    A customer ordered this bike but didn’t buy it, so I’m trying to find it a good home. It’s a 2009 Pinarello Prince equipped with Super Record 11 and Shamal Utlra Titanium Wheels. It also has the MOst Manubrio Talon handlebar/stem combo. The size is 500 and the color is 416 Fire. To clarify, the […]

  • Pinarello Prince Falls Over and Breaks

    You’d expect carbon fiber frames to be more brittle than metal, but I’d never expect a Prince to break if it falls over. That’s pretty bad.

  • 70 KM Night Bike Ride

    Today I had some time off, so I went to the Giant shop to repair my disc brake. The disc was a little bent. It took about 20 minutes and the service was free, even though the bike was bought in Canada.