The fake Chinese Pinarello frames (read more here) that have been appearing on internet sites, ebay, etc., have been coined "Chinarello" frames.
One person, with a sense of humor, has come up with this for his fake:
If you are purchasing a Pinarello heed the advice from Pinarello:
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