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Pinarello Marvel Ultegra Complete Road Bike - 2015

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    The Dogma for mere mortals.

    The Pinarello Marvel Ultegra Complete Bike you see here is clearly borne from the same lineage as the Dogma you see raced around the world. Pinarello knows, though, that not everyone makes a living racing bikes, so it created a more-accessible version that’s still right at home on big climbs, fast group rides, and anywhere else you feel like riding.

    They’ve done this by using a slightly lower grade of carbon fiber, one measured at 30 tons per square centimeter instead of the 65-ton carbon you find in the Dogma. This means that in order to create a bike of the same strength and stiffness, Pinarello has to use a bit more material, making the bike slightly heavier than a comparably-sized Dogma.

    Pinarello has spec’d Shimano’s ultra-reliable Ultegra group on the Marvel, along with Fulcrum’s Racing 5 wheelset, and a variety of MOst alloy components to keep the price down.

    • 30-ton carbon fiber construction
    • Shimano Ultegra groupset
    • Fulcrum Racing 5 Wheelset
    • MOst cockpit components
    • Item #PIN000S

    Tech Specs

    Frame Material
    30HM12K carbon fiber
    Fork
    Pinarello Onda carbon
    Shifters
    Shimano Ultegra 6800
    Front Derailleur
    Shimano Ultegra 6800
    Rear Derailleur
    Shimano Ultegra 6800
    Crankset
    52 / 36 t Shimano Ultegra 6800
    Bottom Bracket
    Shimano Ultegra (Italian-threaded)
    Cassette
    11 - 25 t Shimano Ultegra 6800 11-speed
    Chain
    Shimano Ultegra 11-Speed
    Handlebar
    MOst Jaguar alloy
    Bar Tape
    Pinarello Cork
    Stem
    Most Tiger alloy
    Saddle
    MOst Bobcat
    Seatpost
    MOst C-Alu
    Wheelset
    Fulcrum Racing 5
    Tires
    Vittoria Zaffiro Pro
    Tire Size
    700 c x 23 mm
    Pedals
    not included
    Recommended Use
    road race
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Awesome Ride

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm a mountain biker and so the roadie is new to me. CC had been great as far as getting the right size for me.
    I love the the bike. Super fast and light. Handles well. Frame alone is sexy. Quality built. For the price, I believe it was worth buying. I don't have anything bad to say about it so far. Two thumbs up for me.

    fantastic Italian ride

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    If you rode the much more expensive dogma a couple years ago you know what your getting here. It's based off of one of the most popular high end bikes of the last several years but about a third of the cost. The ride is plush and exquisite. It's not overly aggressive on fit and comfortable to ride longer distance or someone not wanting to be in a flat position. The rear triangle and fork really help soak up the road to give a smooth ride. The fulcrum wheels have a great hub that felt great. The Ultegra is about flawless and bombproof, over time it will not let you down. if you have any questions at all on specs or sizing don't hesitate to get in touch with me directly, kylebrown@backcountry.com

    Wow... Just wow.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Due to a number of reasons I had been out of the saddle for around 17years. I had previously owned a Specialized M2Comp and Kestrel all those years ago. At first glance I just loved the look of the frame. The attention to detail is stunning to me as I find bicycles not just engineering marvels but as art as well. Then I was punched in the gut at the price. Remember it has been a long time and I forgot how pricey this hobby can get. Then I took it on a test ride. It didn't take more than about a few feet of pedaling to know I could not purchase anything else (I had also considered a few other frames by Cervelo, Trek, and Specialized). This frame is a pure joy to ride. It inspires confidence at all speeds and tracks like nothing I've ever ridden. The angles aren't too aggressive but just right for club rides and semi serious racing. I am the only thing holding this frame back.
    Back to its price. I believe it's more than justified. One would have to spend a hefty sum more to get a better ride. But as everyone is different, and we all know that no frame is perfect for everyone, it comes really down to taking it for a spin. Best purchase I've made in years.

    Unanswered Question

    How is that bike for climbing ?
    I usually ride flat roads but once in a while i do GrandFondos and such with long climbs... Trying to figure between this Pinarello - Ridley Noah and Storck Scenero G3.

    Unanswered Question

    What size in the Marvel would you recommend for me. I am 5'9" and currently ride a Felt Z80 in size 56. The Z80 has a TT dimension of 560 and a ST dimension of 520 (or 530). The chart for the Marvel says I should be in size 54, but was curious if I should go with 55. Not a big difference between the two.
    Thanks for your help, Marty

    Hello. I believe that Pinarello Marvel is quite the same bike with my Pinarello FPQuattro 2013 Ultegra. Am I right or are there any differences? Thank you.

    It is similar in that it derives from the Paris in some ways but the carbon material is different and takes some of the aerodynamic qualities from the Dogma. Any other question on these contact me directly at kylebrown@backcountry.com. I can also help out the pricing on an order for one.

    What is the difference belt wee the Rokh and the Marvel? The specs look the same from what I can see. Thanks!

    Hi, the parts selection are very similar on the two models, but the frames are pretty different. The Marvel has more of a long & low race geometry, and the wavy Onda Seatstays. The KOBH has a more upright geometry with a longer head tube and shorter top tube, and a more-compliant bow-shaped seatstay. Give us a call to chat about the two models!