For 2012 the Pinarello FP2 has evolved into the FP Due. The geometry remains the same, but receives an asymmetric design. Most visible in the seatstays and fork, this asymmetry helps balance the offset power delivery due to the drivetrain being offset to the right. IThe FP Due is most noticeable during hard efforts when sprinting or climbing, but it's always working to keep the bike balanced and the wheels planted. The steerer tube of the fork now tapers from 1-1/8' to 1-1/2' to create an even stiffer front end for precise handling, especially when the road gets fast and twisty.
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