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Almost cheating.

The Pinarello Dogma Carbon Road Frameset welcomes you to the world of asymmetrical design. Traditionally built frames inherently flex more on one side than the other due to torque you apply during the pedal stroke. Pinarello designed the Dogma after carefully calculating variances in how much the frame distorts on the left side vs. right (as well as in other key areas); then Pinarello built each section (or counter section) of the frame to compensate for these variances. The Dogma’s design is completely unique thanks to those subtle differences in frame composition; for example, the right side of the top tube is rounded, while the left half is squared off. The chain stays, seat stays, and fork blades also have similar subtle dimension differences. The Dogma also features 60HM1K-grade carbon built to withstand 60 tons per square centimeter, thus reducing your chances of downgrading the frame to wind chimes after touching wheels on the final corner of a crit race.

  • Stronger carbon means less material needed to sculpt the Dogma, which resulted in a 40-gram weight savings when compared to the Prince Carbon
  • The Dogma is 23% more impact-resistant than the Prince Carbon—handy if you happen to kiss the pavement
  • Pinarello used Japanese carbon manufacturer Toryaca’s Nanoalloy technology which embeds alloy nano-particles directly into the carbon for superior strength and impact absorption
  • Pinarello used polystyrene (same stuff your helmet is made from) for the frame molding process; this allows for a more-consistent wall thickness, which results in less structural weakening happening over time
  • Tapered steer tube for exceptional stiffness
  • Internal cable routing for reduced drag


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Are any of these frames the Di2 compatible...

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Are any of these frames the Di2 compatible model?

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yes i beleive they are di2 compatible

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You can get a PINA Dogma frame designed specifically for electronic systems like Di2 and Campagnolo EPS. If the frame is not designated and described as such then its very likely not. The electronic versions have all the provisions to run the cables internally plus the mounting bosses for the system brain/battery. You could retro fit a mechanical shift frame with one of the electronic systems but it would just not be as clean looking.

Dogma

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man bro i dont know what to drool over the bike or the car that it is strapped to.u are obviouly a man who apeciates the finer things in life.nice freekin ride bro (both of them)

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Does RC plan to get inventory in smaller...

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Does RC plan to get inventory in smaller sizes for female riders?

Bicycling Magazine's 2010 Editors' Choice Winner

Bicycling Magazine's 2010 Editors' Choice Winner

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RACE ROAD: Pinarello Dogma 60.1 (Includes frame, fork, headset)

As Pinarello's most exotic bike yet, the new Dogma incorporates a unique, asymmetrical Toryaca 60HM1K carbon frame through a process where each side of the bike is constructed independently. This process is meant to equalize load and torque distribution throughout the frame and fork without affecting ride quality. Our riders consistently marveled at the bike's handling and road feel.



Testers said:

* It's still arguably the most comfortable pure race bike in existence, but the new Asym design has added a bit more stiffness in all the perfect places.
* The Dogma shines once you've been riding for more than two hours--and it shines brighter as you throw different kinds of road surfaces at it.

From: http://www.bicycling.com/bikes-gear/bikes-and-gear-features/race-road-pinarello-dogma-601-5500

My Dogma !!  Amazing

My Dogma !! Amazing

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Not only fast and comfortable....but also a work of art

My Dogma !!

My Dogma !!

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This is the best bicycle I have ever ridden. It is fast and comfortable. It is a "NO COMPROMISE" bicycle.

I have upgraded to Lightweight Standard III wheels and it is incredible fun!!!

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man what a masterpeice.u have awsome taste!!Its built with the perfect color choices(componants)it looks like its doing 110 sitting still.it truly is a work of art.and without a dought the sickest dogma i have ever seen on line or in person.truly amazing those rims set it off.are those the spinergy aero's

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woope sorry didnt notice the word fulcrum on the rim lol i was to amazed at the bike as a whole

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF 1210 GRAMS FOR THE...

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I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF 1210 GRAMS FOR THE DOGMA FRAME INCLUDES THE FORK AS WELL !!!!

KEEP PEDDLING S. SCOTT.

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Yeah that is 1210 grams for a 53cm frame. Another 430 for the fork. I 57.5cm frameset on weighweenies.com was weighed at 1890 grams.

DOGMA 60.1 Bicycling Magazine's 2010 Editors' Choice Winner. Pinarello WON 4th consecutive YEARS: 2007 Pinarello PARIS, 2008 Pinarello PRINCE, 2009 Pinare

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