Details about Chris Froome’s 2012 Tour de France Pinarello DogmaChris Froome’s 2012 Tour de France Pinarello Dogma See original listing
22 Jun, 2014 20:03:16 BST
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
About this charity:
Action for Children helps nearly 170,000 children, young people and their families across the UK. Of these, 103,000 are children and young people. We aim to help the most vulnerable children and young people break through injustice, deprivation and inequality, so they can achieve their full potential.
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Chris Froome’s 2012 Tour de France Pinarello Dogma
Fancy turning up to the summer club run on Chris Froome’s number two bike or perhaps you want to have a proper piece of modern art on the wall? Whichever it is here is your chance to buy Chris Froome’s bike from 2012, the year he assisted Sir Bradley Wiggins to be the first British winner of the Tour de France.
This isn’t just some look-a-likey, this is the real deal! Scratches, wear marks, name badges, Team Sky mechanic modifications and all. As you’d expect for an official bike that’s come straight out of the team's service. Of course, the bike has been tidied up so the bartape, chain rings, chain and brake pads have all been replaced.
• Pinarello Dogma 2 full carbon fibre frame set (56cm – Chris Froome is 6' 1”)
• Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 group set (programmable electronic gears) Chainset 52/36, cranks 175
• Battery built into the frame, comes with charger.
• New chain
• Shimano Dura-Ace calipers
• Shimano Dura-Ace C50 carbon fibre wheels
• Veloflex tyres
• Pro Vibe carbon fibre handlebars and headset (125mm stem)
• Fi’zi:k Antares carbon fibre saddle
• 2 x Elite Custom Cages
• Weight : 7kg
Thanks to Fedex for donating
carriage of the bike, and to Action for Children Scotland for persuading them.
Thanks also to Jane Barlow Photography for the amazing photos of the bike, and
to Cycling Weekly and all at IPC Magazines for letting us be the proud owners
of such a beautiful and iconic bike for a short while.
We won this bike in a Cycling Weekly competition, but it is too big for us to ride so we have decided to sell it and donate all of the proceeds to the following charities St Wilfrid’s Hospice http://www.stwh.co.uk/
We won this bike in a Cycling Weekly competition, but it is too big for us to ride so we have decided to sell it and donate all of the proceeds to the following charities
St Wilfrid’s Hospice http://www.stwh.co.uk/