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Pinarello FP Due SRAM Rival Complete Road Bike - 2013

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We aren't all riders at the level of Pinarello's flagship sponsored outfit, Team Sky. Those guys often cream the competition aboard the cream of the crop. The superlative Dogma line comprises machines that are virtually unmatched in cycling today, but which also demand a premium that self-sponsored cyclists like us simply can't justify. Fortunately, Pinarello's tradition of ride quality and innovation isn't just limited to Dogma frames. Cyclists who want a bike that rides just as well on weekend group rides as Lycra-clad hammerfests can access that tradition with the Pinarello FP Due SRAM Rival Complete Bike. The FP Due accommodates all road cycling identities.

In naming conventions, this is the successor of the FP line, but it's also the heir apparent to some royalty-level tech from the Pinarello Prince, which has since retired to a country estate and left the scepter and the isle to the FP Due. The frame is molded from plies of 24HM12K carbon, which translates to a 24-ton, high-modulus carbon cloth with a 12K finish wrap. This is standard for the FP line, but the Due also enjoys the asymmetrical build of the Prince, which buttresses the areas of the bike that receive the most duress under hard pedaling. It's designed to increase frame stiffness on the drivetrain side while saving weight where possible.

Both the stays and the fork showcase Pinarello's Onda (in English, wave) design, adding a fluid comfort to the ride. The steerer tube is tapered for greater lateral stiffness, starting at 1-1/8 inches at the upper bearing and expanding to 1.5 inches at the lower. While even more stiff efficiency is great, we really appreciate the more solid control the tapered headset provides when descending at speed — something even the most mild-mannered cyclist will be tempted to do on the FP Due because of its smooth ride quality.

Visually, the geometry is identical to Pinarello's ProTour offerings from the same year, but the FP Due actually feature a slightly relaxed seat tube angle and slightly taller head tube. This reduces strain on your back and further complements handling. For riders who don't just race, this frame geometry presents a very solid platform for do-it-all-cycling. The paint scheme reinforces this with race-stripe elements that accent an overall theme of tasteful understatement. Given its carbon construction, thoughtful geometry, and subtle aesthetics, the FP Due is equally at home in races and cyclosportives, hammerfest climbing and uphill noodling.

This version of the Due is built up with a drivetrain from SRAM's reliable workhorse group, Rival 10-speed, and a selection of MOst components. You'll get Rival DoubleTap levers, crank, derailleurs, and cassette. The wheels are Shimano R500, another reliable staple from a venerable manufacturer. The rest of the kit comes from Pinarello's MOst component line: B-Max Force brake calipers, Jaguar XA anatomic bars, Tiger Alu Painted stem, Jaguar XA seatpost, and Bobcat saddle. The MOst components are finished to complement the frame colors, adding a nice custom touch to the bike. Cranks, stem, and bars are sized according to the frame. The cranks are compact with 50/34 rings and the cassette is a wide-range 11-25t cassette.

The Pinarello FP Due is currently available in four sizes ranging from 51 to 57 centimeters in the colors Black/silver, White/blue, and White/red.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
24HM12K carbon fiber
Fork Material:
1 1/8 in 1 1/2 in tapered
SRAM Rival 10-spd
Front Derailleur:
SRAM RIval 10-spd
Rear Derailleur:
SRAM RIval 10-spd
50/34 compact
11 - 25 t
SRAM 10 speed
MOst Jaguar XA
MOst Tiger Alu
MOst Bobcat
MOst Jaguar XA
Shimano R500
not included
Recommended Use:
road race
Manufacturer Warranty:
3 years on frame

sizing chart

Bike size by rider height


Geometry chart


Geometry Chart


FP Due

Seat Tube


Effective Top Tube






Set Back


Head Tube


Head Tube Angle


Seat Tube Angle


Bottom Bracket Drop




44 46.0cm 50.5cm 51.1cm 35.5cm 11.8cm 12.0cm 70.2 74.4 6.7cm 40.6cm
47 49.0cm 52.8cm 52.3cm 37.4cm 12.95cm 12.5cm 71.0 74.0 7.2cm 40.6cm
51.5 53.0cm 53.7cm 53.1cm 37.8cm 14.5cm 13.1cm 71.7 73.5 7.2cm 40.6cm
53 55.0cm 55.0cm 55.6cm 38.3cm 15.2cm 15.3cm 72.7 73.3 7.2cm 40.6cm
55 57.0cm 56.0cm 57.0cm 38.5cm 16.1cm 16.8cm 72.8 73.0 7.2cm 40.8cm
57 59.0cm 57.5cm 58.2cm 39.2cm 17.1cm 18.5cm 73.0 72.5 6.7cm 41.0cm
59 61.0cm 58.5cm 60.4cm 38.9cm 18.2cm 20.8cm 73.0 72.0 6.7cm 41.0cm

Pinarello FP Due Geometry Chart

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Hi. I was wondering if you guys will be getting this in smaller sizes? I'm 5'7. Also, in a different color scheme?

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Hello, We will not be getting any more of these exact bicycles in. We do though, have some other great discounts on full carbon road bikes from Ridley and Boardman. Please reach out to me directly at or at extension 4769 and I can go through our options and help find you the bike of your drems! Take care.

Hello, is it good for daily? I used to ride Specialized Allez compact for about 8 miles round trip. Hope it is a good upgrade?

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This bicycle would make your daily ride a living dream! Smooth, light, and efficient! Although it doesn't have mounts for racks, you still can ride this every waking second of every day! Let me know if you have questions,

Is it 53cm or 51.5cm ...which is correct size for the listing of the sale item?

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As of right now, we have size 53, 55, and 57 in stock. The run one size large so the size 53 fits like a standard 55cm frame (usually someone 5'9" to 5'10")

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