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Simko 12-07-09 06:21 PM

Help!!!
 
Someone tell me this bike is either a: too expensive! b: crappy,, C: any other reason why passing on it is a good idea!

http://london.kijiji.ca/c-buy-and-se...AdIdZ173493643


im low on funds, that bike is very close to my size, :(

make me feel better about passing on it

Whit51 12-07-09 06:50 PM

Well, you could tell yourself that the Shimano components on a beautiful Italian frame are offensive to your sensibilities .

Simko 12-07-09 07:03 PM

:)
thankyou!

guess it should be campy?

wrk101 12-07-09 07:50 PM

What is your budget?

Is it your size?

Its a nice one, but if it is outside your budget I would pass.

Shimano 105 level components are a big negative at this price level (picked up an all Shimano 105 bike today for $60US, but not a Pinarello).

Simko 12-07-09 08:58 PM

definately out of my budget, andnot what im lusting after (looking for a winter commuter). Just wanted some closure, i already have a road bike for now.

RobbieTunes 12-07-09 09:07 PM

I agree with Whit51. Someone has already stripped it down and destroyed half of what you expect when you walk up on a Pinarello, and that's the Campy drivetrain. Plus, it doesn't say what model Pinarello. If it was a Montello, I'd buy it and sell the group, but again, someone has been at it, so you don't know what to expect.

cyclotoine 12-07-09 10:08 PM

plus almost is not your size.


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