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Pinarello Prestige 1982

Stripped Pinarello as it had already been stripped before purchase, just because it was in a shitty colour, now it is Ferrari Red! NOTE the down tube decal says 1984, just couldn't find the sticker. I honestly find this set up kinda stupid. Especially with the wheels. I understand that many will go with Italian components on an Italian frame, I just threw on what was in the cupboard lying around that was shiny. But it works and it looks great! Except for the wheels.

Pinarello Prestige Columbus tubing 55cm

Original fork Columbus spiral / Sealed bearing headset (Get the headset name later)

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano Arabesque 165mm / Shimano Sealed Cartridge Bottom Bracket

MKS Pedals

Arabesque (BLACK) Chainrings / Dura ace 6 speed freewheel / Unknown chain

Shimano Arabesque front and rear derailleurs / Shimano Arabesque BRAZE ON Shifters

Nitto / Nitto Technonic

Unknown seat (Got it off the Colnago and forgot to put it back on before selling lol), Sugino seatpost

Shimano Arabesque FRONT and REAR

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Araya 700c / 105 Hubs / Gatorskin Continental

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Araya 700c / 105 Hubs / Gatorskin Continental

Added by Goomi. Last updated almost 10 years ago.

As of almost 10 years ago, Goomi has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

1 Comment


OldFireleg says:

Hi, I see that the front derailleur is a clamp-on type. I would like to ask you originally found three holes on the seat tube, where there is the clamp? Because I have never seen other Prestige with clamp-on front derailleur. The 3-holes vers. was the first series (ca. until '82). Here are two bolts fixed to the frame of the derailleur( one hole for cable). Later came the well-known braze-on console.

Posted over 7 years ago