The SK Pininfarina is bike manufacturers De Rosa’s latest high-end aero offering. With sleek lines, the Italian made frame is as eye-catching as the sports cars it draws inspiration from featuring the delicate curves you’d expect from the companies flagship frame. The flashy neon blue frame has a paint job reminiscent of the Maserati’s, Ferrari’s and Alfa Romeo’s their partner Italian car design firm Pininfarina, works on.
Equipped with the new 11-speed mechanical Shimano Dura-Ace 9100 groupset, the De Rosa SK Pininfarina is truly a top end speed machine with crisp and light action shifting.
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The bike has the aerodynamic features we’ve come to expect from a top-end race bike. Additionally, the SK—which stands for Super King— Pininfarina has a tapered head tube, lowered seatstays and wide tubes for increased stiffness. The frame has routing for mechanical or electronic shifting.
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The frame is finished with Vision wheels and fine detailing including the De Rosa heart head badge. Stay tuned for a full review of the De Rosa SK Pininfarina in the June/July 2017 issue of Canadian Cycling Magazine.