Third Edition for the Grand Prix dedicated to Nani Pinarello
Trave with Pinarello
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Come and visit the website of the World’s most titled bikes: DOGMA F8 the bike of Team SKY champions, DOGMA K8 S the secret weapon for the Granfondos, the new GAN ... the bad sister of DOGMA F8
Michal Kwiatkowski sprinted to his first Clásica San Sebastian title after a textbook team performance in the Basque Country. Team SKY’s charismatic polish rider followed great help from Mikel Landa who had launched a crucial attack on the final climb up the famed Murgil and rolled home fifth after setting the pace in the closing stages.
Even if he’s used to happy endings on the Champs Elysées (13 Tour de France won), Fausto Pinarello always follows the same ritual: he prepares the Yellow Bike at the very last time, when he’s almost 100% sure to win the Grande Boucle. Once again it all started on Friday evening. After a crucial hill stage, the frame painters started working on Chris Froome’s Yellow Dogma F10, size 56. Before the frame was secretly shipped to Paris on Saturday morning, FP added a final touch to thank personally Chris for this extraordinary fourth victory. This frame will certainly remain as a part of the cycling history.
On his yellow Dogma F10 delivered by Fausto Pinarello himself, The Team Sky rider was flanked by his team-mates as he crossed the line on the Champs-Elysees, and claimed the famed maillot jaune by an eventual winning margin of 54 seconds Froome’s third victory in a row, and a fifth in eight years for Team Sky, came after three hard weeks of racing, with the team holding the race lead for 19 of the race’s 21 stages. This year is also the first victory in the Tour’s team GC – a classification Team Sky led from start to finish – with seven minutes and 14 seconds over nearest rivals. A fourth win elevates Froome to fifth on the all-time list of winners, with just Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault and Miguel Indurain now ahead of the Kenyan-born Brit. A result made possible also thanks to an accurate set up of the bikes used during the Tour: Dogma F10, Dogma F10 X-Light and Bolide TT.
Colin Strickland and his new Pinarello Maat finished 4th in last saturday's wet & wild Red Hook Crit London No. 3 and is the new OVERALL LEADER of the 2017 Red Hook Crit Series! Marius Petrache was antagonistic again, winning the 1st lap prime and active throughout the race and finishing 7th on the day. Stefan Rothe finished his 2nd Red Hook Crit in 37th place. The team of 3 also holds the lead in the Overall Team Classification! See you in Barcelona on September, 2nd.
2017 Jr/U23 Track European Championships: 10 gold medals and first place in the final ranking for the Italian Team.
Amazing Championships for Italy who won 14 medals (10 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze), ending first of the final ranking before Russia and Great Britain. Results that confirm the great shape of the track cycling in Italy, for both men and women’s categories, but also the supremacy of the Pinarello Bolide HR. The 18 years old Letizia Paternoster confirmed once again her great potential, winning 5 gold medals. Next appointment at the World Championships in Montichiari.
Vesoul, July 6th. Yesterday Froome and his Dogma F10 latched onto the attack of rival Richie Porte in the final metres and was able to secure a podium and four bonus seconds at top of La Planche des Belles Filles. That was enough to elevate him into the maillot jaune, 12 seconds ahead of team-mate Geraint Thomas.
Düsseldorf, July 1st. The Welshman and his Bolide TT set a winning time of 16 minutes and four seconds on soaking wet roads in Düsseldorf, not only claiming his first ever Grand Tour stage victory, but the maillot jaune to boot.Not only Thomas did perform well, also three of his team mates got in the top 10: Vasil Kiryienka (3rd), Chris Froome (6th) and Michal Kwiatkowski (8th).
Michal Kwiatkowski claimed a stunning victory at Milan-San Remo after winning an epic three-up sprint on the Via Roma. The Pole was able to counter a stinging attack by Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) on the Poggio and descended into San Remo alongside the world champion and Julian Alaphilippe (Quick-Step Floors). The trio went toe-to-toe on the finishing straight, and while Sagan opened out the sprint it was Kwiatkowski who had the strength to edge out the victory in a thrilling finish - taking Team Sky's second Monument victory. Elia Viviani backed up that amazing result taking ninth place in the bunch sprint behind. Read more at https://www.teamsky.com/#1vzfjIBEstfvDtpP.99