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This week’s Bike of the Week extends the “Month of Dario” by highlighting yet another example of the handiwork of Pegoretti Cicli. The Columbus-tubed, lugged steel Pegoretti Luigino is a very special bike, indeed.
The customerrequested a “cruiser-style” lugged steel bicycle, but fell in love with Pegoretti’s Luigino frame. Most cycling folks don’t readily associate the Pegoretti marque with “cruiser-style”, but according to Dario, there are more than a few non-road-racing/riding-style framesets in existence.
The component “theme” of this bike is “silver Campy”, a classic that’s hard to come by these days. Most of the gruppo is New-Old-Stock (NOS) Campagnolo Chorus 10-speed (crankset, rear derailleur, hubset), from the 2000-2002 era. The shifters are 10-speed bar-end shifters that have been modified to work with a flat-handlebar shifter mount made by Paul Components in California (and hand polished by the team at NYC Velo). The seatpost is from the Campy Chorus group as well, the chain is Campagnolo Record and the cassette is Campagnolo Centaur. The stem is a NOS Ritchey 1-inch steel, the handlebars are the Nitto Albatross model, and the reverse brake levers are from Dia-Comp. The handlebars and leather handlebar wrap are from Brooks of England. The rims are of the NOS Campagnolo Tokyo variety, the spokes are Colorado-made DT Swiss Competition double butted and the tires are 700x25mm Panaracer Pasela Tourguard. The chainguide is also from Paul Components, and has also been polished here at NYC Velo. The chainring guard is a cut and polished 39-tooth Campagnolo Chorus 10s chainring, repurposed.
Should you happen to run across this bike in the streets of New York, take the time to check it out, it’s a stunner. And yes, Pollo, it’s for coffee.
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The Month of Dario continues with a steel Duende from Pegoretti Cicli. This newest version of the Duende continues to utilize the Spirit tubeset from Italian bicycle tube manufacturer Columbus and wears Dario’s stock-for-2013 “Somebody” paint scheme in white. The 2013 Duende is mated to Pegoretti Cicli’s much-anticipated Falz carbon fork, developed in conjunction with Columbus.
The front triangle of the Duende is that of the Marcelo (stiff and responsive) though the rear triangle has been altered (from the Marcelo) to yield a smoother, more compliant ride. The 2013 Duende frameset sells for $3350 and is currently in stock in select sizes.
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As NYC Velo’s “Month of Dario” continues, the bar is raised yet again for the Bike of the Week feature as this week brings 2(!) Pegoretti Luigino lugged steel track framesets. These framesets are noteworthy for a number of reasons, beyond the obvious pedigree.
The Luigino is one of only 2 lugged steel models that Pegoretti Cicli produces, and is available only as a custom order (and a 12-18 month wait list), with few exceptions. In this case, Dario fabricated both framesets specifically for tradeshows, making them some of the only “stock” lugged steel Pegoretti’s in existence.
In the Luigino, Dario brazes the Columbus Nivacrom EL-OS tubes to investment cast lugs and dropouts. The fork, crown lug and all, is also steel and of the throw-back one-inch steerer tube variety. While both of these frames have 55cm top tubes, the seat tube is slightly longer on the yellow version and both are finished with horizontal track dropouts and Campagnolo Record headsets, $4650 apiece.
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On the heels of our recent Pegoretti Reponsorium Bike of the Week post, and continuing the Month of Dario theme, the crack NYC Velo investigative team is initiating a monthly dialogue with Dario Pegoretti, speaking to him directly from his studio in Caldonazzo Italy. The life of this frame builder, his every day, and where he finds his inspiration are a sample of the topics of covered in this ongoing conversation. Cyclists (or fans of cycling, art, machinery, and all things fatta a mano) who are interested in what this artist is up to, the new frame designs he’s working on, the art he’s into, and the wine he’s drinking should stay tuned to the NYC Velo News “blog” and Facebook pages for more.
NYC VELO : Where do you find inspiration? Are there specific artists that you look to (or return to) when thinking of a paint scheme for a frame? From what other sources do you draw from and/or possibly reference in your painting?
DARIO PEGORETTI : Something that I read or I see walking on the street can spark inspiration. Sometimes I scketch on a paper before I make a drawing on the computer and design the paint-scheme. My Ciavete frame (Ciavete frames are a hand painted one at a time, each completely different from the next and based on what ever is inspiring him at the time) paint-schemes generally come from a specific painting or something I might see in a magazine. Some years ago I painted some frames using the colors that are common in the adobe style structures I saw during a visit to New Mexico. I love abstract expressionism. Some specific painters that inspire me, Emilio Vedova , Scanavino, Mathieu and others. I have a passion for street art too, stencils and graffiti. Aboriginal art is full of passion and the colors are amazing. Japanese design and calligraphy intrigues me too.custom, dario pegoretti, hand-built bibycle, NAHBS, Road Biking
This week’s BOTW is a special one as it kicks off the “Month of Dario” here at NYC Velo. The shop is a well-documented fan of Dario’s work, in addition to be an authorized representative of his brand. In an effort to celebrate the bikes of Pegoretti Cicli, November is now being referred to (around here at least) as the “Month of Dario” and will include Pegoretti Bike(s) of the Week(s), interviews with the builder himself, and more!
The focus of our attention this week is the Pegoretti MXXXXXO (or Marcelo) from the 2012 Interbike trade show. The frame is a stock 55cm steel Marcelo frame with Dario’s new Falz fork (developed with Italian tubing and carbon fiber manufacturer Columbus) and Chris King’s oversized D11 headset (developed specifically to work with Pegoretti’s new oversized headtubes). The paint design is an indication of the 2012 stock Marcelo design, though this particular bike was painted using a dark gray, textured Dura-coat-style material, setting it apart from the crowd.
Campagnolo’s Chorus 11 groupset and Eurus wheels, along with bits from Fizik, 3T, and gommitalia, complete the build on this truly unique bicycle. This complete Pegoretti is currently for sale at NYC Velo for $7800.
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It’s that time of year! In honor of the upcoming show, we’ve posted this video (a film by Ben Ingham in association with Ridley Scott Associates & Rapha) celebrating the handmade frame builder Dario Pegoretti. ENJOY !
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To say Dario Pegoretti is an esteemed and accomplished frame builder is to say the Dolomites are big. Within the grand vistas and soaring vistas that are the Dolomites, is housed a small frame building shop near the town of Trento.
There can be found what can only be described as a master craftsman and artisan, who carries on a proud Italian tradition. Dario Pegoretti combines industrial function with a type of artful panache that the Italians have cultivated for centuries. Where others have created highly polished racing machines, Dario has created purpose built, high-performance functional pieces of art. Dario’s frames are not just a pretty face mind you, they have been propelled by such notable athletes as Miguel Indurain, Marco Pantani, Stephen Roche, Claudio Chiappucci, Mario Cipollini, and Andrea Tafi. To own one of these frames is to own a piece of cycling history.
Waiting time on custom frames is as little as 8 months. Some frames take a bit longer, like 2 years, depending on what you want. Stock frame sizes are available but limited.
NYC Velo: What bike do you ride?
Dario Pegoretti: I randomly ride an old aluminum bike with an old campy groupset and a nice pair of old Campy Shamal wheels.
NYCV: What’s your favorite ride?
DP: From the shop to the bar .
NYCV: What’s your favorite post-ride food?
DP: A good pasta col pesto
NYCV: What is one thing you always carry on a ride?
DP: Only my pocket
NYCV: What’s next?
DP: Too difficult to answer.
For those who aren’t familiar with this true Italian master frame builder, Dario Pegoretti‘s works are coveted the world over, by collectors, enthusiasts and all who appreciate the highest available level of quality and workmanship. Tucked away at the base of the Dolomite mountains, outside the town of Trento, one finds Caldonazzo and the studio of Dario Pegoretti. A pioneer of TIG welded steel (often hand painted – with a brush), Dario’s frames are a true dialogue between design, art and craftsmanship (form, function and aesthetics). Combining the truly artigiano tradition of hand building road bike frames one at a time, with the most sought after, state of the art steel tubing, Pegoretti remains both progressive and influential in the evolution of contemporary custom frame building.
Recently, Pegoretti’s work (and influence on his peers) was honored at The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York City. He is an award winning builder who’s bikes have been ride proven by world champion riders.
But, how does this bike ride? Pegoretti maximizes the influence he has over the ride quality (compliance), comfort and performance of each frame by utilizing custom designed triple butted steel tubing. This means the frame will flex where it is needed – for comfort – and be stiff and responsive where those attributes are desired. Long comfortable rides with easy climbing and a fast (if you like) finish!
This brings us to the reason for this post … this week’s BOTW (Bike of the Week) – the Reponsorium by Dario Pegoretti. This specific frame, 55cm stainless steel (triple butted) was selected by Dario exclusively as part of his booth at NAHBS (National Hand-Built Bike Show) 2011 this past February in Austin, TX. The 2012 Responsorium is built with an oversized headtube, allowing for a better surface for Dario to weld the oversized stainless steel downtube. Consequently, the frame requires an oversized headset, luckily, Chris King makes an appropriate headset to fit the new headtube.
With its unique paint job, and though it is not strictly a custom frame (based on a potential buyer/collectors physical geometry) it is a one of a kind. Looked at, coveted and lusted over by the thousands who attended NAHBS 2011, this frame now resides here at NYC VELO, where it retails for $4500.00 (including the fork and custom Chris King headset).
Imagine all of the build possibilities as you gaze into it’s yellow eyes!Bike of the Week, dario pegoretti, Road Biking
We’ve had some industry heavy hitters participate in our humble interview series, and this week is no exception.
To say that Sandy Chapman knows the bicycle industry would be a gross understatement. In addition to being the regional sales representative for all things Zipp, SRAM, and Look, just to name a few, he’s also been racing throughout the Tri-State region for decades. His racing career spans across all of the major disciplines, and his highlights include racing in the Pro category in the early days of NORBA (National Off-Road Biking Association) as well as earning the title of New Jersey Masters Time Trial State Champion. Sandy was kind enough to lay some knowledge on us in this week’s 5ive points. Thanks Sandy!
NYC Velo: What bike do you ride?
Sandy Chapman: My bikes haven’t seem much ride time over the past 13 months so I’m working hard to be as equitable to my stable as possible. Right now my three favorites are my Pegoretti Marcello Pista. Dario built it for me during his cancer recovery. It’s an amazing bike – he’s got a magic touch in crafting absolutely sublime machines. This one is a keeper! I’ve also been riding a SRAM Black Red equipped Look 695SR. Look continues to push the technological envelope with all the integration – stem, crank and seatpost – and this machine really feels good. My fitness level hasn’t yet unlocked all this bikes potential. The other one in the mix right now is an XX equipped Yeti AS R 5 Carbon. I got the bike just before I had back surgery last summer – I kept wondering how it would ride and spent to many days just waiting to get on the trail with it. It rides just as anticipated – smooth and stable.
NYCV: What’s your favorite ride?
SC: There are a few locally – on the road, it’d be a ride out of Ringwood Manor. It heads out Long Meadow Road and into Harriman State Park through Route 106. From there is down 7 Lakes to Lake Welsh Drive – onto one of my favorite climbs – Tiorati Brook Road. Once you get to the circle it’s back south on 7 Lakes Drive and back out to Ringwood on 106. When there’s time – I’ll add a second loop around the Bear Mountain Course. Off road – it’s Ringwood. I’ve been riding in there since ’81 and just never seem to tire of all the different combinations you can put together depending on the day and fitness. The trails have been so well developed thanks to the tireless hard work by a few key people like Art and Ellen White.
NYCV: What’s your favorite post-ride food?
SC: Fruit smoothie and a chicken burrito topped with Speedy’s #44 Hot Sauce. The hot sauce was the concoction of a mechanic who worked out of a shop in Virginia Beach – it laced with habaneros, roasted red peppers, peaches, cilantro and lime juice. It’s got an awesome kick.
NYCV: What’s one thing you always carry on a ride?
SC: I was thinking it would be my phone – but there are times when I really appreciate disconnecting with my world and just floating along in peaceful bliss – spinning away while letting my mind wander. I guess my answer would probably then have to be my beat up old Vittoria CX spare tubular under the seat.
NYCV: What’s Next?
SC: It’s shaping up to be an incredibly busy late spring and summer. Lots of SRAM 2×10 Experience events, Zipp Dealer Demo’s, the Windham World Cup event, Ironman Lake Placid as well as two weeks in Salt Lake City for sales meeting and the Outdoor Retailer Show.5ive points, Cyclocross, dario pegoretti, LOOK, Mountain biking, SRAM, zipp
NYC Velo is proud to welcome Pegoretti Cicli to the East Village. This latest addition to the NYC Velo stable has been a long time coming. We’ve been speaking to the Pegoretti US importer for over 2 years of the possibility of stocking Dario’s frames. Fortunately for everyone involved, Dario has recovered from his recent bout with lymphoma and returned to the torch, and back to producing his eponymous, and stunning, bicycle frames.
The Pegoretti creed is “Fatti con le Mani”, meaning Made by Hand. Dario has been making fine bicycle frames by hand since he began his apprenticeship with legendary builder Luigino Milani of Verona in 1975. Over the years, Dario has built bikes (underneath other manufacturer’s decals) for Roche, Battaglin, Chiappucci, Indurain, Tafi, Cipollini, and Fondriest. Tom Boonen won the Green Jersey as the best sprinter of the 2007 Tour de France riding a Pegoretti Marcelo (painted with his sponsor’s – Specialized – logos). Dario builds bikes using only steel or aluminum, having developed a number of industry-leading tubesets with tube manufactures Excell, Dedacciai, and Columbus. He was also a pioneer in becoming the first European framebuilder to embrace lugless TIG welding construction techniques for high-end competitive bicycle racing frames.
Dario moved his fabrication shop to Caldonazzo, outside the town of Trento in the Dolomite mountains, in 1999, where he builds about 250 frames a year, all by hand.
Pegorettis are known through the bike world for their spectacular ride qualities and jaw dropping paint schemes (done by Dario, by hand). Pegoretti won the President’s Choice Award at the 2007 North American Handmade Bicycle Show and the Framebuilder of the Year at the 2008 NAHBS. The current wait list for custom bikes from Pegoretti is 1-3 years, depending on the model, though NYC Velo is proud to offer a select few models and sizes for immediate delivery. Give us a call, drop us an email, or stop to discuss your next Pegoretti.dario pegoretti, Road Biking
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