saddle height 75cm
Shimano 105 groupset with FSA compact carbon crank 50/34
From the outside, Pinarello's F3:13 looks a lot like its more costly sibling, the F4:13 And it should, because they come out of the same molds and share geometry. Beyond that, they are different animals.
Pinarello's MOST Croxover oversize bottom-bracket shell makes power transfer efficient and solid even under a full-throttle city-limit sign sprint. Rigidity doesn't stop at the bottom bracket; overall torsional stiffness is excellent and likely plays a major part in the Pinarello's strongest trait, its handling. From the time a corner is initiated to the apex and all the way through the exit, the Pinarello can push hard and still comfortably hold nearly any chosen line. Straight-line stability is excellent. However, response to bumps is less refined than we've experienced with some bigger-dollar carbon bikes, like Pinarello's Paris. Rather than a divot in the road giving you a lively twinge that tickles the senses, the sensation is a little muted. But for this price, that's a sacrifice we'd willingly make. And while price-consciousness is not typically a word associated with Pinarello, the F3:13 may change that.
HITS: Phenomenal handling, sharp looks and a great parts spec
MISS: Its weight keeps it from being the
KOM WEIGHT: 18.46 lb. (55cm)
SIZES: 42.5, 45, 51, 53, 55 (tested), 57, 59cm
FRAME: Unidirectional 24IMUD monocoque
FORK: Onda Carbon 24IMUD 11*8 integral systemYou tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjZWSzkkFBU