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Simply put, the Pinarello FP Quattro Easy-Fit Women's Bike is derived directly from the Paris frame and incorporates the the same asymmetric tubing seen in the flagship Dogma—but it's designed for womens' shorter torsos. The side benefit to this design is that if your back is less than flexible, the Easy-Fit Quattro will provide you with an extremely comfortable pedaling platform. Built from 30HM12K Carbon (just a small step down 60HM1K carbon found on the Dogma), the FP Quattro won't disappoint when it comes time to destroy the field at Tuesday Night Worlds. Shimano enhances shifting bliss with their Pro Tour-worthy Ultegra drivetrain, while Fulcrum Racing 5s provide seamless rolling across the most chunky tarmac. Steering is nimble and smooth thanks to the Onda FPK Carbon fork, and stopping power is supplied by Pinarello's MOST brake calipers. Topped off with internal cable routing and asymmetric rear stays, the only thing the FP Quattro is missing is the Pro Tour price tag.

  • MOST Croxover oversized bottom bracket provides flex-free sprints with zero power loss
  • 1 1/8 to 1 1/2in tapering on the fork crown for greater rigidity and confident handling
  • Shimano Ultegra crankset is stiff and light, and has the reliability of your grandfather's pocketknife
  • Continental Ultra Sport tires keep the rubber side down even garbage conditions
  • Asymmetric rear stays counter the forces left during high-power climbs or 200-meter sprints
  • MOST TigerUltra 3K carbon stem keeps your cockpit stiff and responsive without the 'zing' of aluminum
  • Slightly relaxed geometry won't send you to the chiropractor after a long ride
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Looking for 1st Road (or possibly Cyclocross)...

Looking for 1st Road (or possibly Cyclocross) carbon bike; I'm 5'6", would I still need or benefit with a women's specific bike? I've been told that my height (torso) that I might be better off with a men's bike (my first mtn. bike, which is a different geometry, was only a 16" frame, and I felt too 'bunched up' on it; my current mtn. bike is a 17.5" frame, but because it's a dual suspension, I've little 'stand-over'.

Backcountry's 'Fit Calculator' says I would need a 52 cm bike (for a 30" inseam). So, unfortunately, this bikes' out.

Any other mid-range bike suggestions, to help me narrow it down, (around 4-6 K), lady's/gents?

Also, what's the best women's saddle, Selle?

Thanks for your help!

Best Answer

Since you don't know what size bike is best for you, buy your first road bike from a local bike shop that knows how to fit you. A bike that doesn't fit right is frustrating and a waste of time and money, regardless of how good a "deal" it may be. Once you have ridden for a few years and adjusted yourself to the riding position and adjusted your bike, you can upgrade if you want and you will by then probably know what size bike to get. Make sure you find someone at the local bike shop who knows how and is willing to take time to fit you. Have fun!!

PS - There is no "best womens saddle". You need to find one that fits you. See if your local bike shop will let you try a saddle and exchange it after riding a few times if it doesn't feel right. Performance does this, others as well.

Thanks, that's kind of what I thought, and certainly will do (as opposed to buying on-line!). Yea, no one really helped me figure out what size MTN bike to get; don't want to make the same mistake x2! Just wanted some experienced 'feedback', preferably from women, to see if there is a definite difference in the fit of a 'women's specific' many/most of the ones I've found interesting are NOT women specific bikes.

I just don't want to waste money on 'junk', ya know.

Thanks, again!

what is the head tube length of the 46.5...

what is the head tube length of the 46.5 and 49 cm frame sizes for the women's fp quattro easy-fit ultegra?