In the years to follow, the Pinarello factory in Treviso begins to churn out successful models every two years, this marking a decisive growth in the Treviso bike manufacturer’s status in the sector.
2000: A turning point in Pinarello’s growth
Pinarello launches the PRINCE Carbon, a model which immediately acclaims the ‘Best Bike in the World’ title.
Then after 2 years, yet another turning point: the world’s first every asymmetrical bike, the DOGMA 60.1, with the global market going crazy over this latest stroke of genius.
In 2009, now on his umpteenth intuition, Fausto joins forces with the small newborn Team Sky, who wil soon dominate the cycling world.
2010: Pinarello and Team SKY, a success story.
In 2012 Sir Bradley Wiggins wins the Tour de France, followed by Chris Froome in 2013, the victory number 10 for Pinarello. The season ends the best way in October with the Men’s road cycling World Champion title.
At the end of 2014, Pinarello presents the Dogma F8, a road bike that will set new standards on the road bike market. Developed with the support of Team Sky for the performance and handling and with Jaguar for the aerodynamics, the New Dogma F8 remains as a key model in Pinarello’s history and growth worldwide.
In 2015: Hour World Record Bradley Wiggins in London and Chris Froome’s eleventh Tour de France confirms that the Dogma F8 is designed for win.
2016: The story goes on with another Tour de France for Chris Froome and Team Sky. During the Olympic Games in Rio, Elia Viviani wins the gold medal at the Omnium Track Cycling race. The Dogma F8, winner of the London Design Award and Best Bike of the World, is the absolute benchmark in the high end road bike market.