Jonny McEvoy made a big impression in the Tour de Mumbai this year, launching himself to third place in the Indian race behind winner Robbie Hunter.
McEvoy's Motorpoint team joined stars from the US-based Proteams RadioShack and Liquigas-Cannondale, plus fellow British squad Endura at the race.
McEvoy was piloting one of Pinarello's 2011 Paris bikes, and we took the opportunity to take a close look at his ride during the recent 2011 Motorpoint team launch in Derby.
Finished in Motorpoint's distinctive black and orange livery, the Paris is equipped with Campagnolo 11-speed Super Record groupset, sparsely-spoked carbon-rimmed Corima Aero+ MCC wheels and Pinarello's in-house MOST finishing kit.
Jonny McEvoy waiting to go on the podium in the Tour of Mumbai
Motopoint issue Pinarello Paris: A festival of carbon-fibre
Carbon Campagnolo Super Record crankset
Super Record rear mech
Smooth junction at the bottom bracket
Trademark wavy Onda FPK1 forks
Gently curved head tube
Carbon continues into the lightweight Super Record brake levers
Motorpoint ready to 'rip it up' in 2011
Hunter wins Mumbai race; McEvoy leads British charge
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