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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Pinarello Prince. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
14 reasons to buy
- The Pinarello Prince has a stiff carbon frame and fork, ensuring the bike is responsive and confident through corners.
- The rigid bottom bracket efficiently transfers power for accelerating and maintaining a steady speed.
- Experts agree climbing in and out of the saddle is comfortable on the Prince.
- The bike has a slack geometry in comparison to other road bikes. This allows riders to take on longer distances riding the bike.
- The downtube is concave to promote greater airflow around water bottles for better aerodynamics.
- Both mechanical and electrical groupsets can be internally routed on the Pinarello Prince.
- The integrated fork and fork flaps at the dropouts make the bike more aerodynamic.
- The seatpost is held in place with an integral wedge design. Experts were impressed that there was no slippage in this connection.
- The aluminum alloy handlebars have flattened tops, proving riders with comfort.
- The Prince has high and low options on the seat tube for positioning a water bottle cage.
- The bike comes tubeless-ready.
- The frame is asymmetric to accommodate forces on each side of the bike and reduce drag.
- The Pinarello Prince has clearance for tires up to 28mm.
- The bike fits a wide range of riders. It is available in eleven sizes.
3 reasons not to buy
- The Fulcrum Racing 500 wheels that come on the bike are not aerodynamic. Experts found they were heavy.
- The bike does not absorb road chatter well.
- The gear ratio of the Pinarello Prince is not excellent for climbing hills or racing, according to experts.
Expert Reviews78/100 based on 4 expert reviews
Pinarello Prince FX Disk Ultegra Review
The Pinarello Dogma has been a dream bike for most UK-based riders since Wiggins rode it to Tour de France glory in 2012. With the Prince FX Disk, a lot of those dreams can become reality as this bike does a great job at emulating its bigger, more expensive sibling albeit with a few compromises along the way.