USA Bycicling magazine誌が発表するエディターズ・チョイス・アワードにおいて、PINARELLO DOGMA60.1が、2007(PARIS CARBON)、2008、2009(PRINCE CARBON)、に引き続き、2010年度はDOGMA60.1が最優秀賞を受賞しました。4年連続でピナレロブランドが受賞するという快挙です!


[immediately news release / Pinarello Japan] 2010/4/16

Bicycling
Magazine's 2010
Editors' Choice Winners

FOUR!

Monterrey, CABicycling magazine announced the 2010 winners of its popular Editors’ Choice Awards at the Sea Otter Classic today. Heading the list as the Best Race Bike was the Pinarello Dogma 60.1. Taking over from the Pinarello Prince, the winner in 2008 and ’09, the Dogma’s award marks the forth consecutive year that a Pinarello bike has taken the coveted top prize.

Fausto Pinarello, President of Cicli Pinarello was elated with the victory. When asked about it, he replied, “It’s fantastic to win this again. To have all of our hard work validated by the positive feedback from our customers and from professional athletes and awards like this is very satisfying. It’s great to get confirmation like this” 

The Dogma 60.1 was introduced at the 2009 Tour de France by the Cassie d’Epargne team. The world’s first totally asymmetric frame, the Dogma 60.1 is made Torayca® 60HM1K incorporating Nanoally Technology™ and utilizing Pinarello’s exclusive EPS™ molding system. This the year the Dogma 60.1 is again being used by the Cassie d’Epargne team, plus the new Team Sky and the US based Bissell Professional Cycling team. Those attending the Sea Otter classic can see the Dogma 60.1 in action as the Bissell team contests the road races.


Bicycling Magazine's 2010 Editors' Choice Winners
http://www.bicycling.com/bke/slide/home/1,8155,s1-1-421-0,00.html

Bicycling Magazine's 2010 Editors' Choice Winners Movie
http://video.bicycling.com/video/Pinarello-Dogma-60-1


Cicli Pinarello S.p.A. in Treviso Italy is a privately owned, family business, directed by Fausto Pinarello. The company was founded in 1952 by his father Giovanni.  As makers of high-end racing bicycles Pinarello has enjoyed success at the highest level of the sport. Counted among their palmares are 9 Tour de France titles along with multiple Olympic and World Championship medals