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Pinarello Montello SL, Chrome, Custom

Factory chromed Pinarello Montello SL, never painted, bought from a fellow Vancouverite who is a Pinarello aficionado. According to the previous owner this was a custom ordered frame by a team, never painted. The geometry is slightly different than a 'standard' Montello, slightly longer wheelbase overall. Instead of Columbus SLX, this Montello was built with Columbus SL.

Frame:
Pinarello Montello SL, 50cm, Columbus SL

Fork/Headset:
Pinarello / Campagnolo Record (temporary)

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano Dura-Ace FC-7700 / Shimano Ultegra BB-6500

Pedals:
MKS Sylvan

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
53t/39t, 12-27 cassette

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Shimano Dura-Ace SL-7700 Downtube Shifters, Dura-Ace FD-7700, Dura-Ace RD-7700

Handlebars/Stem:
Nitto B105 / 3ttt 25.4, Pinarello pantograph stem

Saddle/Seatpost:
Brooks White Swallow (Limited Edition 2012) / Nitto Dynamic 626 27.2 Crystal Fellow

Brakes:
Shimano Dura-Ace BR-7700

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H+Son TB14 polished silver, Vittoria Zaffiro Pro White 700x23c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H+Son TB14 polished silver, Vittoria Zaffiro Pro White 700x23c

More Info:
When I saw the frame I fell in love and wanted to build it up with one of my favourite group sets, Dura-Ace 7700. Although some would object to Shimano components on an Italian frame, I just loved the way the polished 7700 group set looks with the frame. The Pinarello pantographed stem was a lucky find but the 3ttt 25.4 clamp diameter limited my handlebar choices, luckily I have found the Nitto B105 is incredibly comfortable. The build is currently in-progress, still looking for these parts: Dura-Ace 7410 Headset, Dura-Ace 7700 Chain, Pinarello seat post 27.2 or Dura-Ace 7700 seat post 27.2.

Added by ahuynh. Last updated almost 6 years ago.

10 Comments

ridingfixed

ridingfixed says:

Why cross top levers too??

Posted over 5 years ago

ahuynh

ahuynh says:

I bike often on heavy traffic roads and usually prefer a braking option while climbing on the tops of my handlebars uphill, they only add about 140g so I don't mind them at all.

Posted over 5 years ago

ridingfixed

ridingfixed says:

Oh okay.. I was just wondering... They seemed kinda out of place, but they're it to in your face

Posted over 5 years ago

whipped_takara

whipped_takara says:

I made this the background of my computer screen for the longest time, but the fact that the tire stickers are not lined up with the valvestems bothered me so much that I changed it.

Posted over 5 years ago

CUMBOT

CUMBOT says:

... doesn't get any cleaner than this! ... good choice on the group... shimano/pina = porn...

Posted almost 6 years ago

Impalpablestate

Impalpablestate says:

Clean and slick ride.
Love it.

Posted about 6 years ago

kenzo1979

kenzo1979 says:

It is lovely, but I would go with Campagnolo record from the 70's-all silver and keeping it Italian.

Posted about 6 years ago

stalag13

stalag13 says:

I think the DA is nice and un-exepected on this. I was gonna comment on the Paul levers and the naked bars, but I see in your comments that you've got that covered. I'm doing the same with an old Colnago Super, hanging a 8-speed 7410 group off of it. Interested to see how your's turns out.

Sweet ride, btw!

Posted about 6 years ago

B96

B96 says:

I love it, great job!

Posted about 6 years ago

ahuynh

ahuynh says:

Thanks! Still working on it, hope to be done by next spring with the parts I want on the final build.

Posted about 6 years ago