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The young rider from Bolzano confirm her superiority in Bergen, ending in style an amazing 2017 season.
Froome won the race by an eventual margin of two minutes and 15 seconds and became the first rider since Bernard Hinault in 1978 to do the Tour de France and Vuelta double. A last stage in Madrid with a special bike, a King of Spain Dogma F10 signed as always by Fausto Pinarello.
During the temporary exposition “La famiglia” dedicated to Italy at Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche, Pinarello presents l’Atelier Pinarello. A pop-up store in the heart of Paris, in one of the most exclusive locations in the world.
Chris Froome put in a powerful ride to take victory on the stage 16 time trial at the Vuelta a Espana and extend his overall advantage. Resplendent on his Bolide TT personalized with red details, Froome got quicker across the 40.2-kilometre course to win the stage by a margin of 29 seconds in Logrono, securing his second victory of the race so far.
Elia Viviani continued his great form and added another WorldTour race to his palmares with victory at the Bretagne Classic. The Italian timed his sprint to perfection in Plouay, diving out from a tight gap in the pack and finding space along the left-hand side of the road. Team Sky did a great job imposing themselves across the 239.7-kilometre event, arriving at the front in numbers to control the pace following the feedzone. “It’s an amazing feeling to win two big races at the end of the season. I think it’s the best shape of my life.”
Froome wins stage nine in style at La Vuelta Chris Froome claimed a rousing victory on stage nine at the Vuelta a Espana to further extend his overall race lead. The Team Sky rider made no mistake on the tough finishing ramp of the Alto de Puig Llorenca, accelerating twice to distance all of his rivals and take a popular stage win in the red jersey. “I put everything I had into that last couple of hundred metres,” Froome said after his first stage win of 2017. “I was determined that they weren’t going to catch me. I’m really, really happy to get the victory. The team did a brilliant job on that final climb and set such a good tempo.”
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.
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
Sergio Henao dug deep on the final day to win a thrilling edition of Paris-Nice by just two seconds. The Colombian was pushed hard after a long-range attack from Alberto Contador forced the yellow jersey to chase over the day's final two climbs above Nice. A frantic run back to the finish saw the maillot jaune finish inside an elite group of chasers, 21 seconds back on the Spaniard and eventual stage winner David De La Cruz (Quick-Step Floors). Read more at https://www.teamsky.com/#vwYmRTLLDKK1tBoZ.99
Geraint Thomas sealed a superb late breakaway victory to win stage two of Tirreno-Adriatico in Pomarance. Thomas with DOGMA F10 broke free of a group containing Nairo Quintana (Movistar), Bob Jungels (Quick-Step Floors) and Damiano Caruso (BMC Racing) with just over one kilometre to go and was able to hold off the chasing pack to record his first win of 2017. Read more at https://www.teamsky.com/#18dmQ7EPqEj4ejXf.99
Michal Kwiatkowski claimed Team Sky’s 250th win with a stunning solo victory at Strade Bianche. The team’s fifth victory of 2017 is the 250th in its illustrious history and it was sealed in magical style, as Kwiatkowski dominated in Italy, proving that he’s back to his very best. The 26 year old - who also won the race in 2014 - looked strong from the start and chose the perfect moment to attack on a gruelling wet day in Tuscany, pushing clear of his rivals with 14 kilometres to go. It looked to be a brave move at the time but it paid dividends, as the Pole quickly forged a significant 30-second gap that never closed. Greg van Avermaet (BMC) and Tim Wellens (Lotto Soudal) battled hard behind but couldn’t get close to Kwiatkowski, and the pair had to settle with second and third respectively in Siena’s famous Piazza del Campo after a spectacular 175km. Read more at https://www.teamsky.com/#A87YohGqfEJr0tm7.99
YELLOW DREAM: ACCOMPLISHED! (Twelve times ... and 25 meters without our bike). To dream of winning the most important cycling competition in the world takes talent, organization, extraordinary means, and a little luck. We provided the DOGMA F8 Xlight and the BOLIDE TT bikes. Chris Froome and Sky Team did the rest; bringing home his third Tour de France, Team Sky’s fourth and the twelfth for PINARELLO
Eurobike is a very important event for the cycling world. However, in recent years the business strategies of Pinarello have changed radically. For several years now, we have favored direct involvement with our customers. In the coming years We plan to expand on this with the two annual events we host in Treviso and augment it with smaller regional events around the world. We will continue to introduce the coming year's new products in May via a collaborative presentation with Team Sky at the Giro D'Italia. In July the La Pinarello Cycling Marathon will remain as it has for 20 years, three days dedicated to Pinarello with an expo open to all and the opportunity for Pinarello dealers to ride or race the newest Pinarello bike in one of Italy’s premier granfondos. In Autumn our Test Ride Fleets will begin yearlong travels across the globe with the new range of bikes, allowing cyclists around the world to experience the unique ride that only a Pinarello can provide. We also want to recognize and thank Eurobike for the important role it has played in our accomplishments in the market place. We wish them all the best for continued growth and success.
Team Sky flies again for the seventh consecutive year with the refreshed style of PINARELLO DOGMA F8. Since 2010 this alliance has enabled Team Sky to climb the heights of the major competitions in the world. The new DOGMA F8, brought Chris Froome to victory at the 2015 Tour de France, will still be matte black, but with the addition of a bright blue and a white line. A smart, but at the same time aggressive, bike for next year’s Team Sky. “Three Tour de France in six years, and a huge number of victories and podiums. These results would be enough just to be proud of this team, but the union between Pinarello and Team Sky is much more. Two innovation-oriented companies, to achieve many more victories.” Fausto Pinarello “The Pinarello Dogma F8 is an outstanding bike that performed very well for us in 2015. We’re very proud to enter our seventh season with Pinarello in next year and the new 2016 bike looks fantastic.” Carsten Jeppesen, Team Sky’s Head of Technical Operations and Commercial Dogma F8 Team Sky 2016 uses SHIMANO group set and wheels, PRO stem and handlebar, FIZIK saddle and ELITE bottle cages. Available starting from February 2016; prices and assembling through authorized dealers.
DOGMA F8 from its release has always stood out ... but from now on even more. Yes, because today DOGMA F8 embraces one of the most interesting innovations of the year: the new Wireless SRAM RED® eTap® groupset, putting on road, probably, the most innovative bike of the market today. The first electronic groupset by SRAM ensures an easy, intuitive and fast riding experience, thanks to the new eTap shift logic, which lets you shift towards the smaller sprocket with the right lever and towards the bigger one with the left lever. The front derailleur instead is controlled by pressing both levers. The new AIREA™ transmission technology allows the exchange of impulses via radio between levers, rear derailleur and front derailleur, through a safe coded frequency. The result is Dogma F8W, the most desired superbike of the market with the most innovative group of the moment ... here comes a bike that catches the attention of everyone. “I’ve been trying the new SRAM RED® eTap® on my Dogma since a long time; I’m really impressed by the performance of this product. I am sure that it will be perfect on our bikes”. Fausto Pinarello “Being associated with Pinarello for their latest Dogma launch, provides the perfect platform and match for SRAM RED® eTap®. It also brings together two companies focused on product innovation for the benefit of its customers” Gaetan Vétois -SRAM European Marketing Director Dogma F8W will be produced in limited edition in the exclusive color 896 RED WHITE F8W. A limited number of Dogma F8W full bikes will be available from January. The assembly of these bikes includes SRAM RED® group eTap®, Zipp 303 Firecrest Carbon Clincher wheels, Most Aero 3K stem and handlebar. Detailed information about availability, prices and deliveries through authorized dealers.
Eleven Tour de France for Pinarello, nobody like us. For this reason, We introducing a new special editions collection dedicated to Chris Froome and your Rhino . http://www.pinarello.com/en/bike-2016/road/dogma-f8-tdf2015?set_language=en
The first Pinarello Shop opens in London, in the heart of the City. In Regent Street near the beautiful Piccadilly Circus! The opening was made on June 17, just 10 days after the spectacular Hour Record of Bradley Wiggins, with distinguished guests, as Fausto Pinarello, Lord Alan Sugar, Malcolm Elliot and of course the host Phil Griffiths. Strolling in London you may pass by a Dogma F8, a Bolide HR, a Dogma K8-S, and many other high level models, behind the windows of this elegant shop. "Britain, thanks to Team Sky, is experiencing a vertical growth of cycling enthusiasts, and Pinarello brand is now the absolute benchmark" Fausto Pinarello continues, "just 10 days ago we were here to celebrate Sir Bradley Wiggins to the Hour Record, and now, we open the first monobrand shop in London. "
Chris Froome with Pinarello DOGMA F8 claimed his second Criterium du Dauphine title in the space of three years by winning the final stage into Modane Valfrejus. Van Garderen began the day in the yellow jersey with an 18-second lead over Froome and he stuck tightly to the Sky man on the lower slopes of the final haul to the line in anticipation of his inevitable attack.
Hour Record is cycling’s toughest test of strength and endurance. Cicli Pinarello has a strong relation with the Hour Record. In the middle of the 90s, we dedicated a lot of time and resources to this kind of race and we developed specifi c bikes for this.
Sir Bradley Wiggins to ride the Pinarello Bolide HR at the Lee Valley VeloPark on Sunday 7 June for UCI Hour Record
PINARELLO AND JAGUAR CO-ENGINEER "GAME-CHANGING" COBBLE BIKE FOR TEAM SKY • Jaguar lends its industry-leading expertise in vibration analysis to create revolutionary Pinarello DOGMA K8-S bicycle for Team Sky • The DOGMA K8-S frame (900g) has a world first bespoke lightweight suspension system (DSS 1.0, Dogma Suspension System) and flexible flat carbon chain stays (FLEXSTAYS™) that create revolutionary pivot point for the perfect riding comfort. • Sir Bradley Wiggins hails the DOGMA K8-S’s performance benefits as “game-changing” for cycling • Team Sky riders Sir Bradley Wiggins, Geraint Thomas and Ian Stannard to debut the Pinarello DOGMA K8-S at the Tour of Flanders on Sunday 5th April
Born to tame the cobbles… and much more. DOGMA K8-S: game changer! “Game changer” is not an idea from our marketing people, but the first words of Sir Bradley Wiggins after testing DOGMA K8-S Yes, this product will revolutionize the world of ROAD BIKES, creating a new segment: The REAR SUSPENDED. The DOGMA K8-S is the result of a specific request of TEAM SKY: to have an innovative frame able to reduce the psycho-physical stress of the athletes, and thus increase the performance in the HELL OF NORTH.
Richie Porte with DOGMA F8, wrapped up his second Paris-Nice title in the space of three years by winning the final time trial up the Col d’Eze.
Wout Poels stormed to a classy solo victory on stage four at Tirreno-Adriatico and moved himself into the race lead.
Richie Porte and Geraint Thomas endured a roller coaster ride on the sixth stage of Paris-Nice but remain well positioned heading into the final day of action.
Ian Stannard pulled off a stunning victory to defend his Omloop Het Nieuwsblad title after seeing off three Etixx – Quick-Step riders. The Brit found himself in a select four-man lead group but headed into the final 40 kilometres as the odd man out, surrounded by rival team-mates. Undeterred, Stannard shut down a pair of late attacks on the run into Gent before out-sprinting Niki Terpstra to seal an epic victory. Able to conserve energy as Stijn Vandenbergh, Tom Boonen and Terpstra led the quartet, the 27 year old was finally forced into action as the attacks began. Boonen kicked first with 4.6km to go, only for Stannard to emphatically ride across the gap. Terpstra and Vandenbergh immediately responded but Stannard proved the stronger, heading under the flamme rouge with now just Terpstra for company, and winning a two-up sprint for a second year in succession. Team Sky worked hard all race to set up Stannard, with the squad grouped at the front to avoid the danger on a difficult parcours. Sir Bradley Wiggins and Bernhard Eisel pulled for long turns at the front, and when the attacks began both Stannard and Luke Rowe were there to mix it up in the front group. Rowe capped off a great day with ninth place, having pushed the pace on the Wolvenberg shortly before the decisive move went.
Geraint Thomas leapt to the top of the standings at the Volta ao Algarve by escaping to a stunning solo victory on stage two. Thomas latched onto Rein Taaramae’s wheel when the Astana rider attacked the final climb of the day, and then blew his rival away as he crested the summit and powered on for his first win of the season. The Welshman crossed the line with a 19-second cushion over Taaramae, with the Estonian’s team-mates Valerio Agnoli and Luis Leon Sanchez leading a reduced peloton home four seconds later.
To celebrate the extraordinary career of Team Sky’s Sir Bradley Wiggins Pinarello has created a special Dogma F8 frame, which will make its debut in the Time Trial at the Tour of Qatar. On the top tube is a gold image of Sir Bradley Wiggins alongside the Union Jack and the World Championship rainbow colours. The frame also lists Wiggo’s most remarkable victories in his career including the Tour de France and his World and Olympic titles on both the road and the track. As a tribute to the British cycling champion this unique collectors piece will be produced in limited edition by Pinarello to celebrate Sir Bradley Wiggins as the British, World and Olympic Time Trial champion. more info: firstname.lastname@example.org Cicli Pinarello Spa - Viale della Repubblica 12 31020 Villorba TV - Italia +39 0422420877
Elia Viviani claimed his first victory for Team Sky with an impressive sprint finish on stage two at the Dubai Tour. The Italian came off the wheels of rivals Mark Cavendish and Andrea Guardini before accelerating to secure a comfortable victory in the spectacular surroundings of the Palm Jumeirah.
Richie Porte with DOGMA F8, pulled out one of the best rides of his career to take victory on stage five of the Tour Down Under. Porte’s initial acceleration put all his rivals into difficulty, but with the ochre jersey of Rohan Dennis (BMC Racing) clinging to his wheel, the Team Sky rider had to dig even deeper to offload the race leader.
Sir Bradley Wiggins with PINARELLO BOLIDE, wrote another chapter in a glittering cycling career with victory in the men’s world time trial championship. Completing the course in a speed of 50.1km/h, Wiggins joined Martin (Germany) and Tom Dumoulin (Holland) on the podium.
We have won the London Design Awards in the Product Design - Sport - Active Life category The official trophy presentation is on Tuesday 9th December, 2pm to 5pm, The Old Truman Brewery, Corbet Place, London
Pinarello decides to celebrate the arrival of spring with two new flashing colors! The images have been spread through the social networks before the official launch and immediately catch the attention of many eyes, producing surprising interest in these such unusual colors. A touch of fresh air that stands out among the stylish and aggressive colors that characterizethe range in 2015. Whether if you choose the green and orange fluo or the sky and orange fluo, certainly you will not go unnoticed! You can order Dogma F8 in the new “Spring Collection” colors through our dealers worldwide. Deliveries starting from April.
Big Mig comes back home ... Miguel Indurain will be on the starting grid at LA PINA CYCLING MARATHON that will take place on Sunday, July 13, 2014 in Treviso. Miguelon will ride the Granfondo together with Fausto Pinarello and Bradley Wiggins…obviously on the new jewel of Pinarello: the DOGMA F8.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has confirmed his presence at the start of LA PINA CYCLING MARATHON that will take place on Sunday, July 13th 2014 in Treviso. The British National Time Trial Champion will ride the Granfondo together with Fausto Pinarello and the great Miguel Indurain…obviously on the new jewel of Pinarello: the DOGMA F8.
Sir Bradley Wiggins stormed to victory in the British national time trial championships as he led home a Team Sky 1-2 finish.
What a performance from Chris Froome with DOGMA F8 at the Dauphine. He takes a second stage win on the summit finish, seeing of Contador. another Day in Yellow!
“With this Dogma, Pinarello continues a long tradition of innovation by taking a bold leap into an entirely new level of performance—how a bicycle should ride, what it is capable of doing, and how it interacts with and feels to a cyclist is being redefined right now.” Bill Strickland, Editor in Chief Bicycling
The eighth generation of DOGMA creates a play of words that can become a perfect advertising slogan: The Eighth Dogma ... the eighth wonder of the world. In the past two years, DOGMA 65.1 has been the most titled bike on the planet, winning the Tour de France twice, the World Championship and more than 100 Pro Tour races.
On March 20 in Nice, France Chris Froome tested the DOGMA F8 for the first time. Despite the wind tunnel tests, the numerical data, the CFD analysis ... the ultimate test remains with the rider, the one who will live, fight and sweat on the bike. Well, after a day of incredible climbs and breathtaking descents, we anxiously awaited his comments, but the smile on Chris’s face when we met at the end of the day said it all ... Astonishing!
Team Sky's Bradley Wiggins with Pinarello Dogma 65.1 took the overall win ahead of Garmin-Sharp’s Rohan Dennis and Giant-Shimano's Lawson Craddock.
A great Chris Froome with our Pinarello BOLIDE, set a time of 24:50 to beat world time trial champion Tony Martin by less than a second. It was Froome's second consecutive victory at the Tour de Romandie, the third consecutive victory for Team Sky after Bradley Wiggins won in 2012 and the team's 150th victory.
The perfect start to our Classics campaign! Ian Stannard won Omloop Het Nieuwsblad in style as Team Sky put two on the podium with Edvald Boasson Hagen taking third.
Chris Froome, Team Sky, signs his first victory of 2014. As in 2013, he won the Tour of Oman, thanks to the extraordinary performance in the Green Mountain stage on saturday.
A FLEET OF DOGMA INVADES THE WORLD! From now until June you will be able to test the new DOGMA 65.1 at any Pinarello Point for FREE. The worlds most titled bike, the DOGMA, is the winner of the 2012 and 2013 Tour de France and 2013 World Championships. Included in our fleet are the DOGMA XC, our MTB Cross Country & DOGMA XM, our new Full Suspension mountain bikes . Look for your nearest retailer using the Dealer Locator and book now for your FREE test ride! TEST THE BEST!
The award-winning bike, which boasts numerous victories in international competitions, wears again this year the colors of the team that for 5 years now is a partner of Pinarello.
Richie proves his form at the Tour Down Under! Richie Porte, one of Team Sky’s diamond riders in 2014, leaves his mark at the Tour Down Under in Australia. The talented domestique to Chris Froome in last years Tour de France has once again proven that he has what it takes to be a champion.
Presented by award-winning journalist Nick Glass, it is on air in these days and available on CNN website. The documentary explores Pinarello world and immediately catches our philosophy: the innate passion of the whole team for two wheels, coupled with the relentless desire to innovate. Don’t miss it!
NEW THREE-YEAR DEAL SIGNED FOR 2014, 2015 & 2016 Team Sky and Pinarello have extended their partnership for a further three years. The new deal will take the team’s relationship with the Italian bike brand into its seventh season.
The 2013 World Championship sees a Pinarello bike cut the finish line first. The Portuguese Rui Costa of Team Movistar aboard his Dogma 65.1 makes history for the manufacturer from Treviso. Tour de France and World Championship: a big hit for Pinarello!
Paul Smith designed his very personal Dogma. We have produced a limited edition of 30. His famous "stripes" are the distinctive mark of this special colour, that make Paul Smith’s style easily recognizable.
The 2012 Tour de France was won by Bradley Wiggins, in no small part due to his performances in the time trial stages, it was there that the Pinarello Graal demonstrated its power. A frame that, since its debut in the prologue of the 2010 Giro d’Italia, has defined the pinnacle of TT bikes. It was immediately ridden to the top step of the podium, reaffirming the Pinarello supremacy that began with the time trial bikes of another Tour de France champion, Miguel Indurain.
UCI published the final 2013 ranking for Teams. The first place goes to Team Sky, who won Tour de France; the second place is for Team Movistar, thanks to the World Championship victory and Nairo Quintana's Polka Dots Jersey. This means that the two best teams of the world won on Pinarello bikes. For sure 2013 will leave a mark in Pinarello Gold Book!
A superlative Team Sky captained by an unbeatable Chris Froome won the 100th edition of Tour de France. For us it's the 10th victory at the Grand Boucle. Don't forget last year's victory of Bradley Wiggins on Pinarello bikes!
Thanks to Team Sky and Chris Froome, Pinarello wins its 10th Tour de France, second in a row after last year's Bradley Wiggins victory.