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Road Bike catalog

The various parts of the road bike.


All-City Cosmic Stallion Frameset
$1,250.00
Wrought from a galactic vision of all-road exploration, the Cosmic Stallion is an endurance thoroughbred with a hand-built steel frame. Whether you're galloping over miles of gravel or simply want a bike that gives the go-ahead nod to balling down any road you see, the Cosmic Stallion delivers with speed and tenacity. All-City's own A.C.E. 4130 double-butted chromoly tubeset is seamless and light, creating a lively ride that's responsive yet comfortable across sealed and unsealed roads alike. Meanwhile, the Whisky No. 9 thru axle disc carbon fork guides you with precise steering and confident handling. And, with clearance for both 700 x 45 or 650 x 47, you'll never run out of places to roam. Three bottle mounts, as well as mounts for a rear rack and fenders, give the Cosmic Stallion the means to carry you to the ends of the world and back for never ending enjoyment.
All-City Space Horse Disc
$1,499.00
Combine two parts versatility, one part bike-fueled thirst for the open road, and a dash of Minnesota-bred style, and you've got yourself All-City's Space Horse Disc. The 612 Select chromoly frame and fork blend traditional touring and randonneuring geometry for a bike that's at home on a fully-loaded trek across the state or commuting to and from work. The smaller sizes are designed around 650B wheels to offer a better fit to smaller riders. A relatively short rear end and a bottom bracket that’s slightly lower than a standard road bike give it both agile handling for riding unbridled and increased stability when loaded. With the addition of the all-weather control of Promax disc brakes, this Space Horse is without a doubt the best version yet.  A complete set of rack and fender braze-ons let you dress up the Space Horse in whatever livery you need for your particular adventure. The long and winding road calls for equipment you can count on, and the SRAM Apex 20-speed drivetrain promises smooth shifts and hill-topping gearing for miles to come. The whole package rolls on a pair of quality WTB rims and VEE Speedster tires that offer unbelievable traction in wet or dry conditions. And all the usual All-City details are present, including a rust-fighting ED coating, a stylish integrated seatpost clamp, and signature All-City dropouts with a removable derailleur hanger.
Bianchi Pista
$769.99
Bianchi's Pista is a retro track bike that's ready for the track and the streets. Lovingly fashioned from double-butted chromoly, this rig is masterfully crafted to excel on banked velodromes, with a minimal 28mm fork offset for stable handling, a high bottom bracket for pedal clearance, rear-entry dropouts for chain adjustability and a short wheelbase for agility. It features track-ready components like the Maddux wheels, FSA crankset, high-flange hubs and steel track bars. Best of all, the Pista is perfect as a fixed-gear trainer or fixie urban flyer, too.
Bianchi Strada
$799.99
The Strada is based on Bianchi's classic double-butted steel frames and proven touring geometry for a ride that's equally at home running errands and cruising down the Pacific Coast Highway. The steel frame smooths less-than-perfect tarmac and makes long-distance rides a joy. A full set of rack and fender eyelets, a head's-up seating position, and flat handlebars allow you to roll the Strada however you see fit, whether it's light and fast for a weekend ride or loaded down with groceries. Shimano Claris drivetrain components provide reliably smooth shifts, a wide, hill-topping gear range, and incredibly easy use. Cantilever brakes are smooth and powerful, while the light aluminum wheels with street-tough Vittoria tires climb and descend with ease. Toss in ergo grips and a supportive saddle from Bianchi, and the Strada is a one-stop ride for cyclists of all stripes.
Bianchi Impulso 105 Disc
$1,499.99
Yearning for long days on the road, Bianchi's Impulso 105 Disc will leave you happily exhausted and eager for more. The lightweight frame sports an endurance-oriented geometry for hours of comfort and fun, and the triple hydroformed aluminum tubes provides stiff, precise handling. Plus, with Bianchi's Kevlar inserts, the carbon fork provides an ultra-smooth ride. The lightweight Reparto Corse wheels accelerate and climb with ease and the crisp-shifting Shimano 105 11-speed drivetrain provides the perfect gearing for sailing over mountains and flying down open roads. Avid BB5 disc brakes offer unmatched all-weather control right under your hands. You'll also love the powerful Reparto Corse brakes, stem, bars, and seatpost, not to mention the plush Selle San Marco seat.
Bianchi Intrepida 105
$1,999.99
Like a reporter searching for the facts, Bianchi's Intrepida 105 is determined. A monocoque carbon frame has the comfortable ride and the easy-on-the grams lightness to keep you powering over those distant hills and down unexplored roads. Shimano wheels have the strong construction and snap to accelerate toward the unknown, and the Vittoria tires wrapping them up are durable enough to keep on turning excursion after excursion. The Shimano 105 11-speed drivetrain provides the gearing you'll need to conquer every mountain, and caliper brakes from Shimano give confidence-boosting stopping power and speed modulation to riders of all skill levels. Add in a Reparto Corse cockpit and you've got the command center you'll need for endless adventure.
Bianchi Eroica
$3,999.99 - $4,000.00
Think of Bianchi's Eroica as a testament to yesteryear, but with some of the bells and whistles that make today pretty nice. Bianchi lays the foundation with a timeless, lugged steel frame with a ride so smooth, so confident, that every ride will make you wonder why all bikes aren't like this. The heralded features on this Italian-made art piece continue with Campangnolo Silver Vintage components, down tube shifters, and a gorgeous Bianchi crank. The cotton bar wrap under your fingertips will make you seriously question the merits of this new millennium, and Ambrosio Montreal tubulars will serve as your guffaw in the face of the clincher trend. The Eroica definitely qualifies as an "oldie-but-goodie," but don't take Bianchi's word for it—a ride on this baby will seal the deal all on its own.
Bianchi Oltre XR.4 Frameset
$4,499.99
Oltre means "beyond," and Bianchi's Oltre XR.4 Frameset will take you beyond your wildest expectations. It boasts Bianchi’s incredible carbon technology that ensures outstanding stiffness for awe-inspiring efficiency, climbing, and cornering; compliance for vibration damping and comfort; and feathery weight for dancing up and over even the steepest grades. The tapered carbon fork corners so precisely you’ll feel like you’re on rails. This Italian masterpiece is ready to be built into your dream bike.
Colnago Comments

Watch when serious cyclists discuss Colnago frames -- their eyes glaze over and they get this look of desire and want. Ernesto Colnago has been making frames for over 50 years and produces what are probably the most famous and revered frames in the world.  With a Colnago bike, Beppe Saronni won the rainbow shirt at Goodwood and Eddy Merkx built his legend. Magni, Nencini, De Vlaeminck, Motta, Moser, Adorni, Argentin, Lemond, Rominger.. ... are only a few of the great champions who have ridden to glory on Colnago bicycles.

Talk about value. The more we learn about what goes into putting a Colnago under a rider the less we understand about how they sell them for so little. The amount of sophisticated hand work that goes into building and finishing the C60 beggars the imagination. Beginning with getting the nearly unobtainable Torayca carbon to Italy in the first place, continuing to the hand lay-up and the INOX mirror treated cores used in the molding process, and finishing up with hand finishing by irritable Tuscan artists. The C60 should cost twice what Colnago is asking. And as for asking $2,000 for an AC-R frame, there hasn't been a $3000 frame available in the last 5 years that can even compare to the design and care that goes into this, the least of Colnago frames. If you are worrying about the price of a Colnago compared to other, lessor marques. Stop. Dollar for dollar you will never find a better value.

It is rightly said, that the frame is the soul of the bicycle. But the frame is not there by chance, it is the result of specific assembly work. If you have good raw materials, the right design and accurate, patient assembly work, you will get a wonderful frame - wonderful outside because it's wonderful inside.  First quality tubes, allowed to rest for months, milled for a perfect match, every joint secured with steel pins (9 in all) so that the assembly does not deform when the joints are soldered. This ensures a stress free frame from the very beginning. This is how Colnago has always done its work.

Colnago frames are painstakingly designed, and are thus developed for champions participating in the most competitive races on the professional circuit, or for amateur cyclists who demand the best performance from themselves. Colnago advertises that: "We at Colnago care for the aspirations of all customers as if they were Tony Rominger chasing the world hour record. In fact, at Colnago there exists no 'racing division'. Colnago IS a racing division."

At Lakeside Bicycles we have always maintained a take-no-prisoners approach to selecting brands for our customers.  They are, after all, the most sophisticated and discriminating on the planet.  There has never been a time when we felt anything but completely justified in offering them Colnago.

For more information regarding colors, sizes, geometries, availability, etc. you can contact the Lakeside Bicycles Colnago experts at Info@lakeside.bike or at (503) 699-8665. For more general information click this link.

Kona Rove ST Frame & Fork
$550.00
The venerable steel adventurer is back, offering that smooth steel ride with a whole lot of potential. This year the Rove ST gets flat mount disc brakes and thru-axles on its chromoly frame and fork, and plenty of mounts for bottle cages and racks give you loads of cargo carrying options. Where will the Rove ST take you? That’s up to your imagination.
Kona Sutra LTD Frame & Fork
$599.00
The Sutra LTD is what happens when a mountain biker imagines a touring bike. This year’s Sutra LTD gets thru-axles and flat mount disc brakes, and with five bottle mounts and front and rear rack provisions you always have the means to carry whatever you need to go the distance. The Sutra LTD simply begs to be ridden afar, with or without baggage.
Kona Roadhouse Frame & Fork
$1,299.00
The Roadhouse is Kona's flagship Reynolds 853 road bike, combining the lively ride characteristics and aesthetics of classic steel bikes with all the details you’d expect from a modern road bike. A tapered head tube and full carbon fork, flat mount discs, and thru-axle wheels place the Roadhouse firmly in the modern era, while the superior look and feel of steel sets the Roadhouse firmly above the rest.
Kona Sutra
$1,399.00
The Sutra is Kona's classic steel touring bike, with all the accoutrements you’ll need to set out on your dream trip. The Brooks B17 saddle and Shimano Deore drivetrain are complemented by the confidence-inspiring Hayes disc brakes and Schwalbe Marathon Mondial touring tires, giving you comfort and reliability over the long haul. Full-coverage fenders add to your happiness when life on the road turns wet, and a rear rack gives you loads of options when it comes to carrying gear. Whether it’s a weekend out of town or a summer on the open road, the Sutra is your ticket to freedom.
Kona Rove LTD Frame & Fork
$1,499.00
The Rove LTD is the pinnacle of Kona's expanded Rove lineup. Top-notch Reynolds 853 tubing, clearance for high volume 650b tires, and a new full carbon thru-axle fork set the stage for a no-holds-barred build that verges on custom. Whether you’ve got long distance gravel events in your sights, or just enjoy the feel of steel and big tires, this is one bike that won’t leave you wanting more.
Kona Sutra LTD
$2,099.00
The Sutra LTD is what happens when a mountain biker imagines a touring bike: SRAM Rival wide-range 1x drivetrain and hydraulic discs are complemented by tubeless-ready wheels and tires. This year’s Sutra LTD gets thru-axles and flat mount disc brakes, and with five bottle mounts and front and rear rack provisions you always have the means to carry whatever you need to go the distance. The Sutra LTD simply begs to be ridden afar, with or without baggage.
Kona Roadhouse
$3,499.00
The Roadhouse is Kona's flagship Reynolds 853 road bike, combining the lively ride characteristics and aesthetics of classic steel bikes with the all the details you’d expect from a modern road bike. A tapered head tube and full carbon fork, flat mount discs and thru-axle wheels, new Shimano Ultegra R8000 drivetrain and Mavic Allroad Elite wheels place the Roadhouse firmly in the modern era, while the Brooks Cambium saddle and metallic orange paint set the bike off aesthetically.
Kona Zone LTD
$6,999.00
The Zone LTD holds nothing back. Each and every piece has been selected to create the ultimate endurance road bike. From the SRAM Red eTap HRD electronic drivetrain with hydraulic discs to the Easton EC90 cockpit to the Mavic All Road Pro wheels wrapped in Challenge Paris-Roubaix open tubulars, Kona spared no expense so you won’t have to worry about a single thing.
Pegoretti Comments and Colors
"If steel wanted to race on a steel bike, it would buy this."

Life means little without a little extra. Hidden away in Caldonazzo just outside of the norther Italian city of Trento there is a workshop. Behind its bird bedecked doors lays a priceless treasure: Dario Pegoretti's workshop. We love these frames. We love the way they ride, the way they climb and reward every ounce of power you can summon and then drop off the top of the climb and guide you down the descent, the way they spring into action when you jump out of the saddle sprinting for the road signs with your mates and the beautiful comfortable ride they provide through a long day in the saddle. Most of all we love the way Dario does his own thing and is gloriously opinionated. He knows weight isn't everything and that ultimately power transfer and comfort are what matter most to his customers. He is innovative (check out the Reponsorium) but not for the sake of it and never to follow fashion. If you buy a Pegoretti you are buying into Dario's knowledge, his artistry and a great Italian framebuilding tradition. If you are after the latest ultra-lightweight, compact frame from the most exotic material look elsewhere, but if you are after the bike of a lifetime look no further. Dario Pegoretti credits Gino Milani for teaching him the science and the art of building bicycles. From there, Dario moved to his own workshop, where he continued to build frames. Pegoretti was amongst the first of the European framebuilders to embrace lugless TIG welding to build premium bicycles. In addition Dario worked with leading edge manufacturers, such as Excell and Dedacciai, in the development of new materials and tube sets. He earned a strong following among professional riders, and built bikes for a number of elite teams. Recently Dario moved to a new workshop where he builds a small number of fine frames, by hand, each year. In this age of mass produced products Dario Pegoretti occupies a unique position as a true individual. Since 2005 Dario has been building all his steel frames exclusively out of Columbus Niobium Spirit tubing insisting that Columbus take the extra step to heat treat the tubes for him. While the stock version of the tubes has very good elongation qualities and thereby provides a nice bit of shock damping, heat treating them gives them a considerable increase in responsiveness under a load, making a Pegoretti feel like it's gliding on a poor road surface to an extent unmatched by other tubesets. If you love bicycles and bicycling then every day you spend without a Pegoretti is a day spent in cycling depravation. Tell your spouse that it is a safety issue. Tell your children that they can go to college some other time. Tell your Priest or Rabbi that it will make you a better person. Tell your Pegoretti dealer that you are ready and then just do it. Everything will be better as a result. The Marcello and Duende frames are available in stock sizes 49cm - 60cm in 1 cm increments. The price includes a one colour paint finish, for other paint designs or custom geometry there is an extra charge of $300. (that is per color) Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 M-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun or you can e-mail us at Pegoretti@lakeside-bikes.com.
Pegoretti Duende
$3,350.00

Bicycle Frames by Dario Pegoretti. Available at Lakeside Bicycles

Pegoretti's Duende takes its name from a concept in Spanish art that deals with emotion and authenticity, which is extremely applicable to Dario Pegoretti and his beautiful frames. Handcrafted from Columbus Spirit steel tubing, the Duende is optimized for a custom ride feel and excellent efficiency. Its front triangle uses oversize tubes for maximum stiffness and the rear triangle boasts Pegoretti's double-ellipse tapered chainstays for comfort. Plus, the Falz carbon fork (Painted to match the frame's base color) and Chris King D11 headset smooth out the bumps and steers with precision. 31.6 seatpost, braze-on front derailleur.

Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 M-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at info@lakeside-bikes.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.

Pegoretti Love#3
$3,400.00 - $3,650.00

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"Because even intellectuals fall in love at least three times in their lifetimes. Our 52cm custom (53.5 cm top tube, 50cm seat tube and 100mm head tube) is probably the last new Love #3 we will be seeing, if you are looking for an alloy Pegoretti, snap it up."

Replacing the 8:30 AM (another name inspried by a Zappa tune) in 2006, Pegoretti's Love #3 is an scandium rendering of the Marcelo. Being aluminium, Dario considers the Love #3 to be a mercenary frameset of sorts -- it's a "pure race bike" that "50% of the people want, and 70% of them don't need." The oversized chainstays (30mm) and large diameter main tubes of Columbus XLR8 are custom drawn to Dario's specifications. The tubes are relatively thick-walled, in deference to Dario's concern with the ride quality and longevity of his frames rather than with a mindless quest to shave grams (though, at 1225g in the 54cm frame, we were able to break the UCI's weight limit without breaking a sweat). As usual, the attention to detail is mind blowing. .

Beautiful as it is, the Love #3 is well suited for hard riding and racing. Owners report that, unlike any other alloy frame they have known, the Love #3 has a Marcelo-like ride: smooth, comfortable, predictable on descents and very fast. All exactly what you would expect in a race specific frame.

From his super-human welds and museum quality finish to the frame's aggressive stance everything is a bespoke reflection of the artist's vision. The Love #3 features a unique removable derailleur hanger bolted to oversized, hooded alloy dropouts. It uses an Italian threaded bottom bracket, a 30.0 seatpost and a standard 1 1/8" headset. The Love #3 comes with a Falz fork and is available by special order, only. This means a couple of things: first, expect delivery to take at least 7 to nine months and, second, the odds of one just "showing up" in your size are as near to zero as doesn't matter. If you have made the very sensible decision to own a Love #3 (or any Pegoretti other than a Marcelo or Duende), then place the order or plan on doing without.

Scandium (in this case) is Columbus' superb aluminium alloyed with zinc and magnesium, then "doped" with scandium and zirconium. This improves its weldability and its resistance to heat-induced fatigue. This results in a longer-lived frame since it minimizes the impact of the welding heat on the material. Columbus' XLR8R scandium allows Pegoretti to shave substantial weight: a size 54cm frame will come in at 1225g. Not exactly ethereal, but reasonably light. Columbus also went to great lengths to maximize XLR8R's vibration damping when compared to other aluminum alloys.

Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 M-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at info@lakeside-bikes.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.

Pegoretti Marcelo Mxxxxo
$3,400.00 - $3,950.00

Bicycle Frames by Dario Pegoretti. Available at Lakeside Bicycles

We currently have the two models shown in the images above in stock: A 51cm in the Mesonperso color and a 54cm in the Conn Rust color.

In 2007 Tom Boonen took the sprinter's green jersey in the Tour De France on a Pegoretti Marcelo with Specialized logos on it. That says everything about the Marcelo and what it was designed to do.

The Marcelo is the flagship steel bike from the most revered frame builder of his generation, it is what Dario thinks a steel race bicycle should be.  Should you ever find yourself in Plato's cave, the shadows of steel road frames cast upon the wall, are cast  from a Marcelo.

Round tubes attached to round tubes with angelic welds, the Marcelo you hold in your hands is merely the obvious manifestation of Dario's genius.  Dig deeper and you will find the fanatic attention to detail that has driven the tubing manufacturers at Columbus mad.  Every element of design and manufacture brings his vision exactly to life.  Each custom drawn tube is a little bit wider here and somewhat thinner there such that each Marcelo manifests a dreamlike ride quality worthy of it's Pegoretti badge.

The Marcelo is made from Dario's own version of the Columbus Spirit tubeset, the top steel alloy currently available for bicycle construction. His oversized version of Spirit makes the race-inspired ride of the Marcelo possible. It is stiff and responsive with the snappy, lively feel and results in a smooth and damped ride combined with taught, stiff responsiveness under power. The Marcelo gives up nothing when compared to other super premium frames no mater of what material.

The Pegoretti hooded dropouts are intricately machined stainless steel, stunning to behold and capable of absorbing hard wheel-in, wheel-out abuse. The chainstays are thick (18mm) and taper gracefully toward the bottom bracket to allow for stiffness and adequate tire clearance.

The Marcelo comes with Pegoretti's Falz full carbon fork. After an an exhaustive search failed to find any fork on the market to meet his specifications, Dario designed and Columbus made his own.

  And the finish! - that famous Pegoretti paint. Hand applied with the same mystical attention to detail as the rest of the manufacturing process, if you don't like it, Picasso is probably beyond you as well.

We offer the Marcelo as a frameset and we would be happy to consult with you about a complete bike or a parts package to compliment your Pegoretti frameset.  The Marcelo comes with a Falz fork and a custom designed Chris King D11 headset.  It uses a 31.8 seatpost and a 31.7mm derailleur clamp. The bottom bracket is Italian threaded. We have the two frames shown above in stock and ready to ship.

Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 M-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at info@lakeside-bikes.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.

Pegoretti Responsorium
$4,300.00 - $5,250.00

Bicycle Frames by Dario Pegoretti. Available at Lakeside Bicycles

An album by the Argentine musician Dino Saluzzi inspired the name of this stainless-steel bicycle. After a lengthy collaboration with Columbus, Dario began production of the Responsorium.  Handcrafted from custom drawn Columbus stainless XCr tubesets, the first thing you will notice is the comfort of the ride.  XCr is 20% stronger than Columbus Niobium Spirit which means that Dario can use a thinner walled tube with more substantial butting.  Coupled with 16mm chainstays (2mm smaller than the Marcelo) the Responsorium is the lightest (100g less than the Marcelo) and most comfortable frame in the Pegoretti line.

The 55cm frame comes in at a respectable 1678g and the Falz fork at 425g.  Each frame comes with a Falz fork and Chris King D11 headset.  The Responsorium takes a 31.6 mm seatpost and a 32mm front derailleur clamp.  As with all Pegorettis it has an Italian threaded bottom bracket.  Because XCr is being run exclusively for Pegoretti it will remain in short supply, if you can't find what you are looking for in existing inventories, we suggest you order now.  Lead times are over two years and there is little or no chance your dream frame will "just show up".

 The Responsorium is the only Pegoretti with a weight limit, if you are over 180 lb or plan on becoming over 180 lb, you are out of luck.   The Responsorium uses a 31.6 mm seatpost, a 31.7 front derailleur and Chris King D11 headset. They come with a FALZ fork painted to match the base frame color.

Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 M-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at info@lakeside-bikes.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.

Pegoretti Luigino
$4,900.00

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Few frames touch the heart-strings of steel afficianados as the Luigino. Through the Luigino Dario pays homage his favourite builders of those bygone days - Luigino Milani and Mario Confente. One modern touch is that instead of sticking with the smaller diameter tubes of past decades, Pegoretti uses slightly oversized tubes to offer superior stiffness and responsiveness. The most delightful detail of the Luigino is its double-plate crown steel fork. Forks with box-style crowns offer the ultimate responsiveness to rider input, and the Luigino's double-plate design is a marvel of modern machining. It brings the box crown to a new dimension of beauty. Available in very limited and unpredictable sizes or by special order. 27.2 seatpost, 28.6 front derailleur, 1" stearer. The Luigino is also available at no extra cost with track fork ends. Look no further for the ultimate fixed/single speed frame. We currently have a 56cm Luigino in Blue with Yellow panels. It includes a steel fork built with a Cinelli fork crown and a Campagnolo C-Record quill headset for $4,900. We have built it for display with 10 speed Record alloy components, down-tube shifters and wheels built with blue Ambrosio Excellence rims on silver Record hubs for $6,000 complete.

Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 M-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at info@lakeside-bikes.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.

Pegoretti Big Leg Emma
$4,950.00

For more about the Pegoretti Big Leg Emma

Named for the Frank Zappa/Mothers of Invention song (appears on the 'B' side of the CD release of "Absolutely Free") and for Dario's mother, Big Leg Emma is based on the Marcello with the addition of oversized tubes (22mm chainstays vs. the Marcello's 18mm) and internal re-enforcing gussets.  It is, by far, the stiffest steel frame in Dario's stable and is designed for Clydesdales or over-quadded crit specialists.  If you need a 60 or 62cm frame, it is probably your baby.  

After you hear it described, the design elements of the Big Leg Emma are straight forward: One, that wider diameter tubes are less prone to flexing under load. Two, the down tube and the chainstays directly effect bottom bracket deflection.  It is all pretty obvious until you add a sprinkle of Pegoretti genius. 

External covers on the downt tube of the Pegoretti Big Leg Emma.To get there Dario took a page out of Falerio Masi's book (he used a similar technique to stiffen the chainstays of track bikes during the 70's) and added gussets (stiffeners) to the oversized downtube.  Prior to welding up the frame, Dario laser cuts several small grooves into either side of the downtube.  He then brazes in horizontal anti-flex plates and finishes it off by brazing ornamental covers over the incisions. At the end of the day Dario achieves his goal of an uncompromisingly stiff race frame without sacrificing vertical compliance or aesthetics.

The Big Leg Emma is available as a frameset with a Falz fork.  As with all of Dario's frames except the Marcelo and the Duende, Big Leg Emma is available in all the standard, Pegoretti sizes or as a custom and (at no additional cost except for Ciaveta) in any of Dario's current palet of finishes.    We ask for a full deposit in return for which I will gently annoy the people at Gita on a weekly basis until your baby arrives.  I have no Idea how long it is going to take to get here (18 to 30 months is a guess and probably wrong) but I guarantee it will be worth the wait. The Big leg emma uses a 31.6 mm seatpost, a 31.7 mm front derailleur and a Chris King D11 headset. It comes with a FALZ fork painted to match the frame base color.

Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 M-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at info@lakeside-bikes.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.

Pegoretti Day Is Done
$5,350.00 - $8,690.00

Bicycle Frames by Dario Pegoretti. Available at Lakeside Bicycles

Currently in stock in 56cm Venetian Stucco, 57cm Fiorellin, and 58cm Faema as seen in the images above.

Named after a Nick Drake song as covered by the jazz pianist Brad Mehldau, Day Is Done is the most recent addition to Dario Pegoretti's lexicon of steel framesets.

Day Is Done was developed as a performance lugged  frame using classic construction and the benefits of oversized tubing.  The headtube is 7 mm shorter than a tig-welded frame.  A “ring” can be added to the upper lug to increase the height if requested.

The Columbus Spirit Niobium tubing is based on the tubeset designed for the Marcelo with modifications to optimize it for lugged construction..  The Cadnezia oversized lugset was developed in a collaboration between Dario and Darrell McCulloch of Llewellyn Bikes in Australia.  The rear dropout attachment is amended with a hollow tube through the stays offering an increased surface for brazing and providing a striking  visual effect.  The brazed tube also increases lateral rigidity of the chainstay at the critical juncture with the dropout.

Building lugged frames is a more gentle and time consuming process that TIG welding.  In addition to cutting and milling, each tube must be fitted to a hand tapered lug and then, patiently silver brazed together at relatively low (600o C to 900o C) temperatures.  Due to the low temperatures and reenforcing of the lugs, this process results in an extremely strong and readily repairable frame.  In the hands of a superior builder working without time constraints, lugged steel represent the pinnacle of bicycle frame esthetics.

“There is a reason for the “holes” in the stays at the dropouts. The small cylinders that are brazed into the stays give more surface area to braze the dropout. Since Dario likes to use non-tapering stays, he can’t use conventional dropouts as there wouldn’t be enough contact area. This is an alternative to using the “hooded” dropouts he uses on the Marcelo and Responsorium that he feels fits better with a lugged frame." -Nelson Frazier, Gita Sporting Goods

Except for the three frames shown above, the Day Is Done is available only by special order with either a Falz carbon or a steel fork at no additional cost. 

Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. We can be reached by phone at (503)699-8665, our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 M-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at info@lakeside-bikes.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.

Pinarello Razha 105 EasyFit
$1,785.00 - $2,550.00

Looking for a bicycle that delivers the full power of each pedal stroke to the rear wheel, for only a sliver of the cost of a Dogma F8? Looking for a bicycle in just the right size for a dainty physique? Pinarello's Easy Fit Geometry is designed for the differences in body types that are usually shorter than average height. This geometry can fit women or men. The Pinarello Razha 105 EasyFit, built with the same signature Pinarello design, craftsmanship and reliability that keeps putting professionals on top of the podium around the world has your name on it.

The Pinarello Razha 105 EasyFit's modest price does not come at the expense of performance. Just as with their other great frames, it is designed with Pinarello’s SOE™ (simulation optimization, evolution) technologies, ensuring optimal ride. It still has all of the features that make every Pinarello amazing. Combining Tour de France proven asymmetric design with a PressFit bottom bracket, a 1-1/8 to 1-1/2" steerer, Shimano 11 speed 105 components and a hefty dose of that certain Italian "Whatsit", means that your Razha 105 EasyFit will always exceed even your most unreasonable expectations.

Tough enough to be UCI (International Cycling Union) approved, the Razha EasyFit's 24HMUD carbon frame is plenty strong and durable enough to provide you with years and years of excitement and pleasure.

As beautiful on the inside as out, the only thing better than the Razha EasyFit's signiature Pinarello paint is it's price. Available in the 947 (Black/Violet mat-gloss) color and and four sizes, there is a no-compromise Italian superbike sitting in the Razha EasyFit that is just right for you.

For more information contact the Pinarello experts of Lakeside Bicycles at 503-699-8665 or by e-mail at Info@Lakeside.Bike.

Pinarello Razha K 105
$1,785.00 - $2,550.00

Using the same molds as the ROKH, Pinarello combined their award winning frame designed with a Shimano 105 11 speed group to come up with the Razha K 105.  Perfect for the rider in search of Italian design and flair in a relaxed, asymmetric design, well suited for long days in the saddle, long climbs, friskey group rides or even occasional forays onto gravel. All this at a quality seldom found in other brands at any price.

The Razha K was designed with Pinarello’s SOE™ (simulation optimization evolution) technologies, ensuring an optimal combination of handling, stiffness and compliance. It's Tour dé France proven asymmetric design, drop in bearings and PressFit bottom bracket combine to lighten the final package while it's 1-1/8 to 1-1/2" ONDA keeps it stable on down slopes and sprints. With it's thin shaped seatstays and relatively long wheelbase and head tube, the Razha K is stable enough up, down or flat out for even the most casual rider.

Tough enough to be UCI (International Cycling Union) approved, the RAZHA K's 24HMUD carbon frame is plenty strong and durable enough to provide you with years and years of excitement and pleasure.

As beautiful on the inside as out, the only thing better than the Razha K's signiature Pinarello paint is it's price. Available in three colors and and seven sizes, there is a no-compromise Italian superbike sitting in the Razha K that is just right for you.

If you have any questions, please contact the Pinarello experts of Lakeside Bicycles at 503-699-8665 or via. e-mail at Info@Lakeside.Bike.

Pinarello Razha 105
$2,550.00

Looking for a bicycle that delivers the full power of each pedal stroke to the rear wheel, for only a sliver of the cost of a Dogma F8? The new Pinarello Razha 105, built with the same signature Pinarello design, craftsmanship and reliability that keeps putting professionals on top of the podium around the world has your name on it.

The Pinarello Razha 105's modest price does not come at the expense of performance.  Just as with their other great frames, it is designed with Pinarello’s SOE™ (simulation optimization, evolution) technologies, ensuring optimal ride. It still has all of the features that make every Pinarello amazing. Combining Tour de France proven asymmetric design with a PressFit bottom bracket, a 1-1/8 to 1-1/2" steerer, Shimano 11 speed 105 components and a hefty dose of that certain Italian "Whatsit", means that your Razha 105 will always exceed even your most unreasonable expectations.

Tough enough to be UCI (International Cycling Union) approved, the Razha's 24HMUD carbon frame is plenty strong and durable enough to provide you with years and years of excitement and pleasure.

As beautiful on the inside as out, the only thing better than the Razha's signiature Pinarello paint is it's price. Available in two colors and and ten sizes, there is a no-compromise Italian superbike sitting in the Razha that is just right for you.

For more information contact the Pinarello experts of Lakeside Bicycles at 503-699-8665 or by e-mail at Info@Lakeside.Bike.

Pinarello ROKH (Ultegra 11 speed)
$2,695.00 - $3,850.00

Most bike manufacturers offer their pro riders a more comfortable, forgiving frame option for particularly brutal races. This version is usually based on the company's flagship frameset, with slight geometry and construction tweaks to favor comfort. Pinarello’s DogmaF8  is the company’s most commonly ridden professional race frame, but the Dogma K is preferred when the Dogma F8’s aggressive geometry and handling would be too much for a 200+ km day. Relative to the Dogma F8, the Dpogma K features an longer wheelbase, softened seatstays, and a slacker head tube angle that all combine to create a more relaxed machine, reducing fatigue.

ROKH frameset is a more affordable Dogma K, utilizing the same molds with a lesser grade of carbon for the main triangle and fork (though, still more advanced than most of the competition at its price point). The 30HM1K carbon used in the ROKH is less expensive and isn’t as dense as the Dogma K’s 60HM1K carbon, so more of it must be used to achieve the same levels of strength. The sole penalty riders will pay is a slight weight gain over the Dogma K, because all of the Dogma K’s performance characteristics are reserved in the ROKH.

Complementing the frame is this ROKH's build kit, including a complete Shimano’s Ultegra 6800 drivetrain (except for brakes) — the most current version of 11 speed Ultegra, a system that achieves nearly the same quality and low weight as the Dura-Ace drivetrain, for far fewer dollars. Pinarello usses their MOst componentry in the cockpit, along with Vittoria Zaffiro Pro tires and Fulcrum Racing 5 wheels.  Out of the box, the Pinarello ROKH Ultegra 11 is ready to go.  Whether your plans are for a frisky ride with friends (maybe to include a bit of gravel?), a grand fondo, or your local version of the Paris Roubaix it's a great choice and a great value..

The Pinarello ROKH Ultegra 11 comes in three colors (Black-Red gloss, White-Red gloss and Black-White gloss) and seven sizes from 43 to 57cm.  If you have any questions let the Pinarello experts of Lakeside Bicycles help you out at 503-699-8665 or info@lakeside.bike.

Pinarello Gan K Disk
$4,000.00
Pinarello's Gan K Disk is born from the Gan family, mixing racing with comfort. Materials and tubings are borrowed from the Gan, ensuring high performances in every ride. The geometry and FlexStays increase comfort, especially on long and rough rides. Made from T600 Carbon, the Gan K Disk produces the same plush ride the pro experiences aboard a Pinarello. All the requirements of a high-end frame are here, fast aero tubing, internal cable routing for mechanical and electronic drivetrains, and an integrated, tapered head tube. And of course, the Pinarello feel and styling. Something that can't be qualified really, you just have to ride one for yourself. Once you do, you'll know. This build includes a Shimano hydraulic braking system for increased braking power and performance, a slick-shifting Shimano Ultegra groupset, Fulcrum wheels, and legit MOst components. All this adds up to a ride with comfort, style and value.
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