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Pinarello Updates the Prince and Paris

The Italian Brand Trickles Down Tech from Its Top-End Dogma

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Pinarello has learned a thing or two from making grand tour winning bikes like the Dogma F12. Luckily, some of those things have trickled their way down to lower price points in the Prince and Paris.

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The Prince aims to mimic the excellent ride quality of the Dogma F12, but at a much more approachable price point. For this update, all cables have been routed completely internally for a super sleek look. This bike takes other cues from the Dogma, like asymmetric, aerodynamic tube shapes. Built with Ultegra Di2, the Prince Disk costs $5,500.

The Paris features asymmetric tube shapes similar to those found on the Dogma F12. But this entry-level Pinarello takes on a more endurance-focused ride thanks to a shorter reach and higher stack. Longer chain stays were used to increase stability and help add in space for 30mm tires. And the tube shapes have also been optimized for aerodynamics, including carefully integrating the fork into the downtube. Equipped with a 105 drivetrain, the Paris Disk hits a nice price point of $2,950.

Look for reviews of these two bikes soon from the Peloton Service Course.

More info: pinarello.com