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Pinarello Gan RS Easy-Fit Ultegra Complete Road Bike - 2018 133 Pinky (Black/Pink), 46cm

Item# 297-PIN004K-S133PINBLA-S46CM-AF | Model# PB-18-RSEF-46-PINK | Added on July 3, 2018 |
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Pinarello Gan RS Easy-Fit Ultegra Complete Road Bike - 2018 133 Pinky (Black/Pink), 46cm
$5,000.00
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Description
For many cyclists, Pinarello bikes represent the epitome of the premium race bike, often with a price tag reflecting it leaving us dreaming of the day when we can have our own. The 2018 Gan RS Easy-Fit Ultegra Complete Road Bike hopes to make that dream a reality a little sooner than later. Trading out the prestigious Dream Carbon found in the top-tier Dogma F8 for a more affordable carbon makeup, the Gan RS draws heavily on its pricier sibling's design and technology to bring Pinarello's renowned ride to a more attainable price point. Kitted out with Shimano's Ultegra componentry, women's specific cockpit, and Fulcrum Racing wheels, this build is chomping at the bit to jump off the line right out of the box. The Gan RS presents the same eye-catching style as the Dogma F8, with its signature curves and aerodynamic detailing that make the bike just as stunning as it is fast. The main difference between the two frames is the type of carbon used to construct them. While the Dogma F8 features the best of the best Toray T1100 1K Dream Carbon with Nanoalloy Technology, the Gan RS consists of slightly more compliant T900 carbon that sacrifices a tiny bit of weight and stiffness but drops the overall cost significantly. While this carbon is slightly less rigid than the T1100 1K, it remains a high-strength, race-worthy layup designed to ride hard and fast. As with the Dogma F8, this frame incorporates Pinarello's trademark asymmetrical design for claimed improvements in power transfer ... read more
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