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    2011 Pinarello Paris

    The new Paris is a great ride. I built this up with Ultegra 6700 and Zipp 404 wheels. Fit and finish is excellent. Sky paint is the best.
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    Looks awesome! Congrats and enjoy the ride.
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    Saw one of these in the Pina shop in Treviso. They're better in the flesh - very modern paintjob

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlafleur
    The new Paris is a great ride. I built this up with Ultegra 6700 and Zipp 404 wheels. Fit and finish is excellent. Sky paint is the best.
    That is one blue hot Paris! Btw, is that 46.5cm or a 50cm frame?

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    Pinarello Paris

    This is a 46.5cm frame. I previously had a Trek Madone 50cm. The Paris fits much better. I use the 404s on the flats and Bontrager X Lites in the hills. So far a joy to ride.

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    I want one in that size, where did you purchase it.

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    I got this one from Ron Lacey at Rose Canyon Cycles in San Diego, CA.

    His phone is 858-490-5303. Give him a call. He'll help you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRandall
    Saw one of these in the Pina shop in Treviso. They're better in the flesh - very modern paintjob
    +1 I saw 1 at my LBS and I like the matt finish of the paint. Beautiful bike

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    One of these looks great with one of those

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlafleur
    This is a 46.5cm frame. I previously had a Trek Madone 50cm. The Paris fits much better. I use the 404s on the flats and Bontrager X Lites in the hills. So far a joy to ride.
    if you dont mind how tall are you?
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    SouthPark - Any update on rides on the Paris? Can you give a short view compared to the Prince and perhaps the Dogma. I am still undecided if I should go Dogma. The Prince was great not sure if the Dogma is worth that much more.

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    For Foofighter: I'm 5'4" tall...

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    thanks..when i was choosing frame sizes i wasnt sure if the 50 that i chose was still too big so i was curious how tall you were.

    Love the finish on the Paris, how's it ride?
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    i would look like a dork on that bike with my average speed being 16.2mph. Nice ride
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    Very interested in Paris or Prince. Im down to choosing size. I am 5 5 with an inseam of 73cm or about 29 inches. 46.5 frame or a 50cm ? Please advice.

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    I'm 5'4" and 28.5" inseam. The 46.5cm seems perfect for me. The top tube is 512mm and I use a 90mm stem. Everything fits fine.

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    Thank you much for the reply. I was already kinda leaning towards a 46.5. This confirms it. thanks again.

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    rlafleur, what does the bike weigh

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    The bike weighs about 16.5# with the Zipp clinchers.

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    I am planning to order the new Paris and wanted to get some feedback on owners who've ridden it for a month or so. I'm positive it is a great bike, hence my decision to purchase, but are there any other things you can share about the ride experience?

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    Well... It sprints like a rocket and is more comfortable than my easy chair.

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    That's all I needed to hear! Thanks for your feedback! I can't wait to get my hands on the bike...

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    excellent choice, beautiful paint scheme

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    I have one in the queue with the white/silver color. I'm quite excited to finally ride it this weekend...

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    This one is very beautiful
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