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Pinarello Catena Road Bike

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'Steel is real.' It's a mantra teetering between absolute truth and over-wrought market-speak. But at risk of sounding the latter, it's completely true. The Pinarello Catena is the only steel bike in Pinarello's stacked lineup of carbon fiber and aluminum exotica. Fittingly so, because in more ways than one, the Catena is a subtle celebration of Pinarello's rich history, a history that began humbly in the village of Catena di Villorba in the late 1940s. It was there that Giovanni Pinarello retired from a professional cycling career to lay the foundations of the region's first and most renowned bike shop, in addition to initiating the manufacture of his own world-class bicycle brand. The bikes were simple back then, with the polished lugs and ruggedly classic aesthetic only found in steel frames. The single-speed Catena channels that classically beautiful simplicity and Pinarello's world-class pedigree to deliver a bicycle that is as much a pleasure to look at as it is to ride.

Pinarello Catena DetailTo ensure you're not committing to riding more than what you're capable of, the Catena comes with a flip-flop rear hub. On one side, the cog is fixed — meaning if the wheels are turning, so are the cranks. This lets you experience the 'purity' and 'zen' of cycling that all those messengers and bike-crazy urbanites are always talking about. And, quite literally on the flip-side, you're presented with a single-speed freewheel cog that allows you to freely coast to your knees' delight. The Catena is drilled for and includes both front and rear brake calipers, so choosing to run it as a single-speed won't result in a terrifying lesson in speed conservation and cautious brake modulation.

The Pinarello Catena Road Bike includes a contrasting silver Cro-Moly fork. It's available in four sizes and in two classic colorways: Black or Red. It comes as a complete bike only, so all you'll need to add is pedals. It is geared with a 46 tooth chainring and 18 tooth rear cog for a total gear of 86.4 inches.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
Bottom Bracket:
Pinarello square taper
Brake Levers:
Pinarello MOst Top-Mount CX
Brake Calipers:
Tektro ECO
Pinarello MOst DB Track
Pinarello MOst 4-Bolt alloy
MOst Leopard
Pinerallo MOst alloy
Seat Collar:
alloy clamp
Pinarello MOst Fixed
Pinarello MOst
Tire Size:
700 c x 23 mm
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:
3 years on frame

sizing chart

Bike size by rider height


Geometry chart


Geometry Chart



Seat Tube


Top Tube






Set Back


Head Tube


Head Tube Angle


Seat Tube Angle


Bottom Bracket Height




46 48.0cm 52.3cm 51.0cm 37.4cm 12.4cm 10.5cm 72.0o 74.0o 6.5cm 40.8cm
50 52.0cm 54.2cm 52.9cm 38.8cm 13.5cm 12.5cm 72.0o 74.0o 6.5cm 40.8cm
54 56.0cm 56.0cm 55.6cm 39.0cm 15.5cm 15.0cm 73.0o 73.0o 6.5cm 40.8cm
58 60.0cm 58.0cm 57.6cm 40.4cm 16.7cm 16.8cm 74.0o 73.0o 6.5cm 40.8cm

Geometry Chart

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My wife and I are road bikers who live just North of New York City. When we recently purchased a place in Manhattan, we needed bikes for the city. My wife rides an Orbea Orca, so I felt very comfortable getting her an Orbea mountain bike with front suspension (indestructible). However, I ride a Pinarello Dogma 65.1, and I couldn't imagine riding anything but a Pinarello. Brett Cole at Competitive Cyclist (who knows his stuff) told me that I would love the Pinarello Catena. Apparently, fixie bikes are the standard gear for cool guys in the city (that is...."cool guys half my age"). I've worked with Brett over the years and I've come to trust his judgement.

I received the Pinarello Catena. It was easy to assemble. I order a set of vintage Campagnolo pedals (circa 1980) to match the bike's retro look. The retro geometry was a little different than I was used to- so much so that it required that the seat be more than one centimeter lower than on my modern road bike.

I've been riding it around the city on the freewheel side of the back wheel (I'm no hip enough or your enough to go "full fixie"). The bike is fun and comfortable. I had forgotten the feel of steel or rough road....but it's pretty nice.

For $1,000 (free shipping and no sales tax), I've got a bike that I actually like for around the city..... and it's a Pinarello !!!