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Pinarello Paris Sram Red Bike

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Description

There's no laurel-resting in the Pinarello family.

Descended from the rich bloodline of the Dogma, the Pinarello Paris has officially arrived, and is quickly making a name for itself. Pinarello weren't content to simply make a Dogma of lesser quality to achieve a price point, so they designed the Paris from the ground up, utilizing the best of the Dogma's technological advances. Pinarello finished off the Paris with a full SRAM Red gruppo —including a cassette precisely machined from a solid block of heat-treated steel.

  • Over-sized bottom bracket increases stiffness throughout the bike for premium performance
  • Asymmetric stays balance the bike by compensating for the inherent inequality in forces on the drive side and non-drive side
  • Tapered steer tube and over-sized head tube add front-end stiffness for quick, confident handling
  • 50HM1.5K carbon layup offers an exacting balance of durability and weight savings
  • Compact crankset and 11-26 tooth cassette ensure you have the right gear for any situation

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
50HM1.5 carbon fiber
Dropout Type:
vertical
Headset:
1.125 - 1.5 in tapered
Steer Tube Type:
carbon fiber
Fork:
ONDA FPK1
Fork Material:
carbon fiber
Fork Blade Shape:
curved
Wheelset:
Fulcrum Racing 1
Front Derailleur:
SRAM Red
Front Derailleur Mount:
braze-on
Rear Derailleur:
SRAM Red
Cage Length:
short
Shifters:
SRAM Red
Crankset:
SRAM Red
Chain Rings:
50 x 34 t
Crank Arm Length:
(56cm) 172.5 mm
Bottom Bracket:
SRAM Red
Brake Levers:
SRAM Red
Brake Calipers:
SRAM Red
Handlebar:
M.O.s.t. Jaguar XC
Handlebar Width:
(56cm) 44 cm
Bar Tape:
cork
Stem:
M.O.s.t. Tiger Ultra
Stem Length:
(56cm) 120 mm
Stem Angle:
5 deg
Chain:
KMC XSP
Cassette:
Red OG1090
Rear Sprocket Range:
11 - 26 t
Tires:
Challenge Elite
Tire Size:
700 C x 23 mm
Seatpost:
MOst Tail carbon
Seat Collar:
Pinarello
Saddle:
M.O.s.t. Ocelot
Recommended Use:
cycling, racing, training

Geometry chart

Pinarello

 

 

 

Paris Bike Geometry
 44s46.5s5051.55354555657.559.5
Seat Tube Height 17.3in
(44cm)
18.1in
(46cm)
19.7in
(50cm)
20.3in
(51.5cm)
20.9in
(53cm)
21.3in
(54cm)
21.7in
(55cm)
22.0in
(56cm)
22.6in
(57.5cm)
23.4in
(59.5cm)
Center-to-top Seat Tube 18.1in
(46cm)
19.1in
(48.5cm)
20.5in
(52cm)
21.1in
(53.5cm)
21.7in
(55cm)
22.0in
(56cm)
22.4in
(57cm)
22.8in
(58cm)
23.4in
(59.5cm)
24.2in
(61.5cm)
Top Tube Length 19.8in
(50.3cm)
20.3in
(51.5cm)
20.7in
(52.5cm)
21.1in
(53.5cm)
21.5in
(54.5cm)
21.7in
(55cm)
21.9in
(55.7cm)
22.2in
(56.5cm)
22.6in
(57.5cm)
23.1in
(58.7cm)
Seat Angle 74.4deg 74.4deg 74deg 73.7deg 73.7deg 73.4deg 73deg 73deg 73deg 72.4deg
Fork to BB 22.2in
(56.5cm)
22.6in
(57.5cm)
22.6in
(57.5cm)
22.7in
(57.75cm)
23.0in
(58.3cm)
23.0in
(58.3cm)
23.2in
(59cm)
23.3in
(59.2cm)
23.5in
(59.6cm)
23.8in
(60.5cm)
Chainstay 16.0in
(40.6cm)
16.0in
(40.6cm)
16.0in
(40.6cm)
16.0in
(40.6cm)
16.0in
(40.6cm)
16.0in
(40.6cm)
16.1in
(40.8cm)
16.1in
(40.8cm)
16.1in
(40.8cm)
16.1in
(40.8cm)
BB Height 10.6in
(27cm)
10.6in
(27cm)
10.4in
(26.5cm)
10.4in
(26.5cm)
10.4in
(26.5cm)
10.4in
(26.5cm)
10.4in
(26.5cm)
10.4in
(26.5cm)
10.4in
(26.5cm)
10.6in
(27cm)
Head Angle 70deg 70.5deg 71.4deg 72deg 72.5deg 72.8deg 72.8deg 73.2deg 73.7deg 73.4deg

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Unanswered Question

Please tell me the weight of the Bob...

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Please tell me the weight of the Bob Pinarello and the Paris with Scram red for a 54....Thanks!

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Please tell me the weight of the Bob...

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Please tell me the weight of the Bob Pinarello and the Paris with Scram red for a 54....Thanks!

why do they put such crappy wheels on such...

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why do they put such crappy wheels on such a nice bike?

Responded on

Many bike manufacturers reason that the buyer will want to choose his own wheels, so they toss on a cheap set and expect them to be replaced.

Responded on

Write your answer here...fulcrum racing 1 Whelset is far from crappy, they are a much better bang for the Buck than the zero's

Responded on

That's why the can sell the bike at that price. Most people don't understand wheels and they think they are getting a great deal.

Responded on

Wheels are very personal. If you bought this bike for 8000, but got a set 404s with it, but hated zipps for example, you would have to shell out another 2000 for your wheel of choice. They just need to have a set of wheels to let people road test them. They expect the wheels will be changed.

Unanswered Question

If I ride a Trek 54 (female) what size...

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If I ride a Trek 54 (female) what size would I consider for the Pinerallo Paris?

How much does it weigh fully built?

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How much does it weigh fully built?

Best Answer Responded on

With those not so light Fulcrum 1's, I would say in the 16 lb range. Can easily get down to 15 lb range with lighter wheels. If staying with clinchers, I'd go with DA c24s or maybe the Fulcrum zeros.

Responded on

I have a Paris with Fulcrum Zeros and like it a lot. With those wheels you can try tubless tires...I did, but I am staying with Continental Road/Force.