My Pinarello Dogma 65.1 frameset has arrived

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gwilliams
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by gwilliams

The finish quality on Pinna bikes seems spot on. I do like that the Dogma has a theaded BB, although respecting that their other bikes seem to be moving to push fit I expect we may see it being used in the next Dogma :?

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poppiholla
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by poppiholla

I think so to, because Campa can deliver push fit cranksets this year and that is a positive accessory. Push fit systems looks nice and is an effective pedaling platform but threaded BB is in most cases problem free and push fit isn't always.

poppiholla
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by poppiholla

Yesterday my Pinarello Dogma arrived at home. I am very very pleased with the bike and the way she was build up. The frameset was a few weeks at my LBS but I wasn't able to pick her up until yesterday. Finally! :mrgreen:
The weight of the bike (like on the pictures) is 6.9kg = 15.2 lbs. The size is 57.5.
I have to do some fine tuning, because I probably need a shorter stem (110mm in stead of 120mm), but that depends on the saddle position.

The buildlist:

- Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Nakes Azzurro Bianco shiny (861) size 57.5
- Campa Record groupset
- Pinarello Dogma seatpost
- 3T Arx stealth stem 120mm
- 3T Ergonova compact handle bar.
- Tune Wassertrager (2x)
- K-edge chain catcher pro and garmin mount
- Lightweight Meilenstein C and Fulcrum Racing Speed XLR
- Michelin Pro 4 comp service course 23mm
- Specialized Toupé Pro saddle 143mm 2014
- Lizard Skins DSP bar tape 1.8mm
- Speedplat steel pedals
- Garmin Edge 800

Totaal weight 6.9kg = 15.2 lbs

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My son parked his bike next to my bikes. How sweet :-) :beerchug:
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nagge
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by nagge

That is a sweet bike!
What are your first impressions of the ride?

Nejmann
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by Nejmann

How is it, compared to the sl4?

plpete
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by plpete

So do you always carry a bike stand when you go on rides for those photo opps? :lol:

Very nice bike! How is the ride? I was wondering about your wheel selection. Both are very nice but kind of similar, deeper carbon wheels. Maybe some nice shallower wheels would add to variety...

poppiholla
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by poppiholla

Thanks guys. I did not test the Dogma yet. I hope to ride it in a few days, depending on the weather. I really like the Tarmac but maybe the Dogma is better. Who knows.
@plpete: I also have Shamals. I will make a picture when I put the wheels in the Dogma.

Permon
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by Permon

Very nice built. Few questions:
- is the bike weight with the Fulcrums or with Lightweights? (I quess it is hard to acchive 6,9 with the Fulcrums)
- how tall are You? I am asking because I am expecting Dogma in Wolrd Champ edition in few weeks and I was stuck in between 56 and 57.5. I chose 56. I am 186cm tall, so it will be a little bit on the smaller side, but better than having a bigger frame, I quess.

I will report the weight of the frameset when it arrives. It is almost all white, so I expect it to be a little bit heavier...like 1200g I quess. Me and friend of mine will have 2 identical World champs frames. I can wait to see it on own eyes.....Pinas always look soooo good in person.

poppiholla
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by poppiholla

Hi Permon,

Thanks! The weight is with the Lightweight wheels and including Speedplay zero stainless pedals and Garmin Edge 800.
I am 186cm tall but I chose 57.5 because I did not want a lot of headtube spacers with my stack and reach. I could pick 56 as well but then I needed too much spacers and I don't like that. I also needed a 130mm stem in size 56. So Size 57.5 is perfect for me. By the way I don't race so a smaller frame is not necessary. Dogma in size 56 looks beautiful so if you sit well on size 56 that is lucky for you :-)

Keep us posted. I was stuck between the Azzurro bianco and the Champ edition but I am very happy with the Azzurro Bianco. I hope that you made the right choice as well. :-) I agree that the Dogma looks very very good in person.

Permon
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by Permon

Yeah, I also do not like too many spacers on my bikes. Actually, I would run NO spacers on 57.5, so I think I can live with 1,5cm of spacers on the 56.
My previous bike was 56.5cm top tube and I found it a perfect lenght for me....going Dogma 57.5 would strech me more which is something I do not like.
Have You already ridden the Dogma? How is it compared to SL4?
My impressions from riding a Dogma is like there is no better frameset available. I like the way it handles, it is rock solid while comfortable. And the looks!
Enjoy the ride!

valenleo
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by valenleo

Lovely bike! Awesome!

poppiholla
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by poppiholla

The Dogma rides like a dream. Very solid road feel and stable but at the same time nimble, responsive and quick. Comparing to the S-works Sl4 I can say that the Dogma feels more like very fast Mercedes AMG grand tourismo and the S-works Sl4 more like a sportscar. The Sl4 is stable, responsive quick, stiff but also more nervous without being too nervous. I love her.
The Dogma is a real racebike but gives also a lot of comfort and smoothness. Comparing to the Sl4 I can say that the SL4 is very very fast, but the Dogma is very fast without notice. The ride quality is at a very very high level.
Both bikes are amazing and winners but at the moment I don't have a favourite. The Sl4 will probably my climbing bike and the Dogma my clubride. I feel very lucky owning these two beautiful bikes.

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855
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by 855

realy nice bike. in my opinion it looks better with the fulcrums...

poppiholla
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by poppiholla

Thanks. Within a few weeks I will put Campa Bora One black label wheels in the Dogma.

Permon
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by Permon

poppiholla wrote:The Dogma rides like a dream. Very solid road feel and stable but at the same time nimble, responsive and quick. Comparing to the S-works Sl4 I can say that the Dogma feels more like very fast Mercedes AMG grand tourismo and the S-works Sl4 more like a sportscar. The Sl4 is stable, responsive quick, stiff but also more nervous without being too nervous. I love her.
The Dogma is a real racebike but gives also a lot of comfort and smoothness. Comparing to the Sl4 I can say that the SL4 is very very fast, but the Dogma is very fast without notice. The ride quality is at a very very high level.
Both bikes are amazing and winners but at the moment I don't have a favourite. The Sl4 will probably my climbing bike and the Dogma my clubride. I feel very lucky owning these two beautiful bikes.


Very nice bike comparisson. :thumbup:
I feel it in a similar way :beerchug:

by Weenie


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