I don't think pinarello will provide the track bikes, they are no where near as good as the uk track bikes and a lot of development has gone into them.
All they have to do is make them available, who says what cost that would be? £14k should out most people off but they would be "available"
Strategy is one of the three core elements of Britain's success on the track in the past three years. While it is difficult to imagine how the psychological edge, gained by thorough mental preparation of riders within a meritocratic regime, can be blunted, the third element, that of technological advance, can be.
Cycling's governing body, the UCI, wants to implement a new rule from January 1, 2010 that only bikes which are also on sale to the general public can be used in competition.
While that may appear to negate some of Britain's advantage in bike technology given to them primarily by their chief designer, former Olympic champion Chris Boardman, Brailsford and his team are adamant that their dominance of cycling is not all about the bike.