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Pinarello Stelvio Ď92

Old 04-07-24, 02:21 PM
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Pinarello Stelvio Ď92

Does anyone have any information on a Pinarello Stelvio from 92? Where did these fall in the hierarchy? Were they only made for a brief time, i canít find much info on them?
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Does anyone have any information on a Pinarello Stelvio from 92? Where did these fall in the hierarchy? Were they only made for a brief time, i can’t find much info on them?
High end lugged frame with dedacciai 18mcdv6 steel comfy and light, much better than the later models which were tig welded. Made from 1992 until 1994/1995
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I had a 1997 Stelvio. It was made with Pinarello Dolmen steel which was sourced from Dedacciai.



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What Iím looking at

Just different fork than other Stelvio i have seen still dolmen so maybe doesnít matter but it has the letters symbol not pinarello written out. Tried to post photos but says I need to post things before Iím allowed to. So was this one of their mid to higher end frames? Iím not familiar with pinarello models and their hierarchy or their proprietary tubing. So is it worth a spot in the fleet?
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Originally Posted by NicG
Just different fork than other Stelvio i have seen. Still dolmen so maybe doesnít matter. But it has the letters symbol not pinarello written out. Tried to post photos but says I need to post things before Iím allowed to. So, was this one of their mid to higher end frames? Iím not familiar with Pinarello models and their hierarchy or their proprietary tubing. So, is it worth a spot in the fleet?
Pinarello made no low-end bikes. I would say that the Stelvio was a midline Pinarello and having one is worth a spot in your fleet.
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Pinarello made no low-end bikes. I would say that the Stelvio was a midline Pinarello and having one is worth a spot in your fleet.
I totally agree your is a nice bike. Here are pics of mine



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Great information thanks

So the next question is I have someone selling one, record headset, delta c-record brakes, synchro shifters, record hubs, chorus derailleurs, new random bars and brake levels, frame is immaculate, mint, with the gear and the frame condition is 1100$ reasonable?
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$1100 is a lot to drop on any complete bicycle without checking it out first.

If you can post some pics, it might help. Worn out C-record can vary a lot in pricing.

I had a too-small-for-me Pinarello that rode really really well. Would grab another up in a heartbeat if I found one.
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I found a Pinarello Stelvio listed on CL in 2022 for $300 with Ultegra 105 components. The original owner said he paid $2300 for it new in 1999. All it needed was a good cleaning, lube, freeing up the shifters, new stem, tape & tires.

This bike is the only one Iíve ridden since it joined the fleet. This is the before pic.

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Originally Posted by ADguy
I found a Pinarello Stelvio listed on CL in 2022 for $300 with Ultegra 105 components. The original owner said he paid $2300 for it new in 1999. All it needed was a good cleaning, lube, freeing up the shifters, new stem, tape & tires.

This bike is the only one Iíve ridden since it joined the fleet. This is the before pic.
Very good and nice bike I have a the same frame in large size that I am going to equip with Dura Ace 7800 and Mavic Cosmic Pro.I can see that you have the Kens tubing on yours as it seems This bike is a solid value
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Looks like the fork sticker reads Dolmen, not Kens.
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Dolmen and Kens are both Deda products, but Dolmen being a downgrade. Anyone know what the actual difference between the tubing was? Alloy, butting, seamed, etc?
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