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Old 03-14-01, 10:08 PM   #1
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I currently purchased a used Pinerello. It was made in 1996 and is a Pinerello "concept". Is this a common bike by Pinerello? Where does it "fall in" in the Pinerello family. I know little about this bike. I am getting into biking again after a ten year hiatis and could not pass up the deal. It has dura ace components, mavic wheels, blah blah blah, which I am just beginning to realize is great stuff. Any way. If you know anything let me know. thanks
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Old 03-15-01, 07:51 PM   #2
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I would advice you that you go to the Pinarello website, www.pinarello.com, maybe you can get some information there, I have two Pinarello bike one is "Asolo" with a Dura ace Groupo and I just bought a new one which is a Pinarello-Paris also with a Dura Ace groupo,, I like the bike, and I would not ride anything else except a Pinarello bike, I wish I got a contract with Pinarello, with all the advertisement That I am given them.:dance:
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What is the model name?
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I would advice you that you go to the Pinarello website, www.pinarello.com, maybe you can get some information there, I have two Pinarello bike one is "Asolo" with a Dura ace Groupo and I just bought a new one which is a Pinarello-Paris also with a Dura Ace groupo,, I like the bike, and I would not ride anything else except a Pinarello bike, I wish I got a contract with Pinarello, with all the advertisement That I am given them.:dance:
Pianrello Paris & Pinarello Asolo, is the model name, and sorry I just visited this thread just now, so the delay in answering you back.....
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