I was on Galibier in TDF Alpe d'Huez stage.
I saw non Scott C1, and lots of Scandium bikes (on admiral cars there were only alu). This doesn't mean that one or two Top riders had a C1.
And I don't think it's for name reasons... But i don't know the reason.
Dogma wasn't in Paris Roubaix for two evident reasons (I'm not defending Dogma, now; I'm only telling you why). 1st Pinarello is able to give to Pro-teams special bike only made for Paris Roubaix. Roubaix is a stand-alone race, with special bike needings. Second, because Pinarello at that time hadn't released Dogma to teams (except for Petacchi and Bartoli, and maybe Basso, but don't knw exactly). At Giro d'Italia Fassa Bortolo was supplied with Prince SL (and two or three Dogma).
[For HäddaFahn : you don't seem to understand my words. You don't seem even to read them. You always seem to misunderstand my words, and seems to me you're always trying to modify what I say (in order to use it) against me.
Try a Dogma... then jump on a Colnago C40. Still need evidences? I DON'T MEAN COLNAGO IS WORSE, THEY'RE JUST DIFFERENT. OK?
If you don't notice that... It's your the probelm...]
Pro bikes are all top Level, obious. Someone is better, someone is worse. Armstrong wins are in his legs, lungs, head, heart and determination. Bettini wins on his legs, not on his Time, and so did Vinokurov (he could win on Pinarello, DeRosa, Cannondale, ecc).
But we're not talking of pro-riders, right? For normal people like us, bike is more important (but think of Armstrong and Ullrich: do you think they care less of the bike than us? They're maniacs!).
I can feel differences from one bike to another. And i tell you my feeling and opinions. Joel question was not on opinions? Was on absolute facts? Ok, if you want facts buy the lightest bike you can find (the only measurable, and not opinable fact).
Joel, don't think of Dogma as a allrounder: it's a true climber, on of the best around there.