Pinarello frames have been produced since 1952, when Giovanni Pinarello opened the shop in Treviso, in northeast Italy. They are justly famed for their ride and workmanship. Some of the modern age's greatest cycling wins have been accomplished on Pinarello bikes, including the 1984 and 2000 Summer Olympics road race. We count 15 Tour de France overall wins on Pinarellos, starting with Pedro Delgado's 1988 victory.
57cm Pinarello Columbus SL frameset
57cm seat tube x 57cm top tube, $1,000
Note: this is a classic frame with downtube shifter bosses.
The Marchisio Eptagon wheelset pictured below is $900. The Eptagon skewers are an additional $60.
The 57cm Pinarello, showing the high-performance Eptagon wheels.
A closer view of the frameset and wheels
Close-up of the head tube
The seat cluster
The downtube decal, and several others, show some aging and wear