My new beast ! Pinarello Dogma F10

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cedced74
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by cedced74

Here is my last beast ! Rides like a dream…

- Pinarello Dogma F10 size 54
- Shimano Dura Ace 9150 groupset, with Stages powermeter (52/36 crankset) and Ceramicspeed OSPW
- Fulcrum Racing 40 Tubular with Vittoria Corsa tubs, Mavic titanium skewers
- Shimano Ultegra 11/32 cassette
- Cane Creek EE Brakes, with Jagwire Road Elite Link cables
- Ax Lightness handlebar 420 mm, Fizik bartape
- Most Tiger alu stem 100 mm + Most Garmin mount
- Ax Lightness Leaf padded saddle
- Darimo seatpost
- Shimano Spd 9100 pedals

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Total weight 6.6kg as shown on the photos, still want to go down with a Sram 1190 cassette maybe, but I don’t want to compromise the fantastic ride quality with lighter wheels (the Fulcrum are incredible !) or lighter QRs… If you have ideas to lighten it with reliable solutions, I could be interested !
Have a nice ride !

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icantaffordcycling
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by icantaffordcycling

Very nice! How do you like the clamping system on the Darimo post? Is it easy to setup?

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gabriiaia7273
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by gabriiaia7273

Fantastic bike. You could use a 90g Extalite stem on 110mm, Carbon-ti expander and 186g Exustar E-PR200CKTi pedals per pair

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LewisK
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by LewisK

Yea you could save a fair bit with a different stem...Darimo to match your seatpost? I would also look at pedals and cassette.

The other area where you could drop significant weight, but also money would be to buy a THM chainset with praxis/carbon ti chainrings.

LewisK
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by LewisK

I should add, very nice bike btw 👍

cedced74
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by cedced74

Thanks a lot ! I want to keep the Most stem : heavy I know, but very rigid... And I like how it looks !
And @icantaffordcycling, the Darimo post : just a pain to correctly set up (the front bolt very difficult to screw/unscrew)

Geoff
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by Geoff

Ok, that's nice, too! Lots of great rides out there.

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JayOJonson
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by JayOJonson

very nice looking bike

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