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Pinarello Prologo

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Pinarello Prologo

ITM Cronopiega / ITM (Moser engravings... shh..)

Pinarello / Tange

650c Shamal / GP4000

Vento / GP Force


Concor Light / Shimano 600

Campy / Suntour ARx


This is one of my dream bikes. I'm not sure whether I'm going to take off the inner ring or put a front derailleur on it. It'll probably get a campy RD eventually, but I don't really mind the Suntour one.

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The paintwork is really nice. A really efficient looking machine.

Biznasty! Love it.

Biznasty! Love it.


Thizzanks? (Right? That's the appropriate response?)

Awesome Lo-Pro

Your Pinarello is really nice. Looks fast and twitchy.

what ?

Nice one - but ..."take off the inner ring" ? D:

Get a front derailleur and think about an additional TT aero bar. Do you change gears in friction mode ? The trick might be to find a modern and -still- period-correct looking triathlon bar.

A TT bike with a single

A TT bike with a single front ring is nothing new or blasphemous. These shifters have only friction mode, so yes. And thanks for the advice just the same, but these bars aren't suited to tri-bars. The flats are vaguely aerofoilish in a sort of '80s "this looks cool and we're pretty sure it's aero" way.

fine with me :D

What I actually wanted to say: This is close to perfection and a single front ring does not make sense to me (considering the set of sprockets). Friction mode is great btw.

Thanks. I halfway just want

Thanks. I halfway just want to avoid taking off the cranks/bb to run FD cable, if I'm honest, w/r/t that.

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