2010 Pinarello Dogma in White Blue 463 Part II

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LouisVuitton
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by LouisVuitton

This is the bike all built up, size 57.5cm. Original weight of the frame + fork was 1,890g. Weight of the complete build is 6,691g or 14.75 lbs without my Garmin Edge 500. With the computer, I'm at 15.0 lbs

Breakdown:

Pinarello Dogma Carbon 57.5 cm White/Blue 463 Frame (Heavy)
Pinarello Most Seatpost (Heavy)
Pinarello Most Fork (Heavy)
Campagnolo Super Record 11
Selle Italia SLR Kit Carbonio Flow Saddle
3T ARX LTD Carbon Stem
3T Ergonova LTD Carbon Handlebars
Deda Elementi Padded Foam Handlebar Tape
Look Keo Carbon Blade Pedals
Zipp 202 Tubular Wheelset
Zipp Titanium Aero Skewers
Swiss Stop Race Pro Yellow King Brake Pads
Continental Grand Prix 4000 Tubular SR Tires
Topeak Shuttle Cage CB Carbon Fiber Waterbottle Cages
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2010 Pinarello Dogma 60.1

vboy19
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by vboy19

great bike! That's almost identical to the same build i was going to do with my bike. I am really surprised it's that heavy? I was going to build my with a new 2011 SR group (100 grams savings) and a Zipp Vuma Quad Crankset. I was coming up with weight around 13lbs. Your frame weight is much heavier than the weight quoted by Competitive Cyclist 1210. I was going to get a 55cm frame.

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743power
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by 743power

Nice weight for that heavy frame. Is that your final fit with the headset spacers? Only thing I can really add is that the wheels make the rest of the bike look bloated, but I'm sure it rides nice and spins up good.
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raspaa
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by raspaa

Nice bike....

Wouldn't be a bad idea to give a white saddle a try! :wink:
grind it out

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range
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by range

Nice Dogma.
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fritzbox
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by fritzbox

range wrote:Nice Dogma.



Yes and very heavy :mrgreen:

bencolem
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by bencolem

Beautiful (very well considered) build but, whilst I love 202's, they look too skinny on such a beefy frame and I'm shocked it weighs as much as it does :shock:

steve1833
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by steve1833

Nice, I must admit a white saddle would look better.. Enjoy !

a4momo
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by a4momo

LouisVuitton wrote:This is the bike all built up, size 57.5cm. Original weight of the frame + fork was 1,890g. Weight of the complete build is 6,691g or 14.75 lbs without my Garmin Edge 500. With the computer, I'm at 15.0 lbs

Breakdown:

Pinarello Dogma Carbon 57.5 cm White/Blue 463 Frame (Heavy)
Pinarello Most Seatpost (Heavy)
Pinarello Most Fork (Heavy)
Campagnolo Super Record 11
Selle Italia SLR Kit Carbonio Flow Saddle
3T ARX LTD Carbon Stem
3T Ergonova LTD Carbon Handlebars
Deda Elementi Padded Foam Handlebar Tape
Look Keo Carbon Blade Pedals
Zipp 202 Tubular Wheelset
Zipp Titanium Aero Skewers
Swiss Stop Race Pro Yellow King Brake Pads
Continental Grand Prix 4000 Tubular SR Tires
Topeak Shuttle Cage CB Carbon Fiber Waterbottle Cages
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cheer :)

a4momo
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by a4momo

a4momo wrote:
LouisVuitton wrote:This is the bike all built up, size 57.5cm. Original weight of the frame + fork was 1,890g. Weight of the complete build is 6,691g or 14.75 lbs without my Garmin Edge 500. With the computer, I'm at 15.0 lbs

Breakdown:

Pinarello Dogma Carbon 57.5 cm White/Blue 463 Frame (Heavy)
Pinarello Most Seatpost (Heavy)
Pinarello Most Fork (Heavy)
Campagnolo Super Record 11
Selle Italia SLR Kit Carbonio Flow Saddle
3T ARX LTD Carbon Stem
3T Ergonova LTD Carbon Handlebars
Deda Elementi Padded Foam Handlebar Tape
Look Keo Carbon Blade Pedals
Zipp 202 Tubular Wheelset
Zipp Titanium Aero Skewers
Swiss Stop Race Pro Yellow King Brake Pads
Continental Grand Prix 4000 Tubular SR Tires
Topeak Shuttle Cage CB Carbon Fiber Waterbottle Cages
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g_doraz
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by g_doraz

Yeh, really really heavy, how ever will you manage with a 6.7kg bike :roll:

Seriously though, awesome ride, nice to see another Doggie on the site. Now go and ride the sh*t out of it, because that's exactly what it wants....
Road bike: Pinarello Dogma 60.1
TT bike: Trek Speed Concept

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