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Vergara is a tall athlete and this Pinarello Bolide is thus also relatively tall. He neither spoke English or German, and I really can't speak Spanish and thus I could only discern details that I could see with my eyes. Money was clearly however not an object when building up this Bolide.
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I have heard before that it is considered sinful to not have Campagnolo components on a Pinarello and it appears that Vergara is not a sinner. The bike features a Campagnolo Super Record 11 speed EPS grouppo, and Vergara set his extensions up reasonably narrow.
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There are however quite a few spacers under the arm pads. I had no tape measure with me and could not ask him but I would venture to say his drop is about 12 cm.
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The front brakes are well hidden behind this golden cover.
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Vergara used Rotor 3D cranks with 53/39 Q-Rings and an SRM power meter in Chattanooga.
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The rear brakes are also shielded from the wind by a golden cover.
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The aero Elite Chrono CX water bottle was not yet on the bike when we saw it.
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An Italian Fizik Arione Tri2 saddle with an American XLab Gorilla cage behind it and a spare tubular taped under it.
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A German Lightweight Autobahn rear disc with German 25mm Continental Competition tires laced to both the rear and front wheel.
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Wir fahren, fahren, fahren auf der Autobahn. A Lightweight Autobahn VR8 front wheel rounds out the package.
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Another perspective of this Pinarello Bolide.