Pinarello (1952 - present) is an Italian bicycle manufacturing company based in Treviso, Italy. The company supplies mostly hand-made, high end bicycles. The company makes bicycles for road racing, track racing and cyclo-cross.
Pinarello also has a long history of sponsoring many successful professional cycling teams, including Telekom, Banesto, and Fassa Bortolo, an Italian team which met its end after the 2005 cycling season. Pinarello now sponsors the Caisse d'Epargne-Illes Balears cycling team, and equips them with their Pinarello Prince Carbon bicycles.
Alexi Grewal won the Men's Road Race at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles on a Montello-model frameset from Pinarello. Miguel Indurain rode Pinarello to multiple Tour de France victories. Óscar Pereiro rode a Pinarello Dogma FP throughout his first place finish in the 2006 Tour de France.
Alessandro Petacchi rode a Pinarello to victories that include Milan- San Remo and 19 stages in the Giro d' Italia