Following his Olympic gold medal in Rio, Bradley Wiggins received a custom painted Pinarello ahead of the 2016 edition of the Tour of Britain. The UK flag dominates the frame with gold decals and, on Wiggins’ bike, a selection of his palmares adorns the top tube.
Riding in his last ever road race at the Tour of Britain, Wiggins rode a very special Pinarello Dogma F8 to celebrate his career achievements and his status within British cycling.
Written along the top tube is a selection of Wiggins’s biggest wins, ranging from his first World Championship victory in the individual pursuit in Stuttgart in 2003, through his 2012 Tour de France triumph, all the way to the Olympic gold in the team pursuit in Rio from just a few weeks ago.
Wiggins’s Pinarello Dogma F8 has the same build as those ridden by the rest of the team at the Tour of Britain, with a SRAM Red eTap wireless groupset and Zipp 404 Firestrike wheels.
However Wiggins does always have to have the odd little detail to stand out, choosing a whopping 140mm Most carbon stem and some pretty short cranks at just 170mm.
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