Dogma F10 170 BoB

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fogman
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by fogman

I recently upgraded my Dogma 65.1 frame moving all the parts to a Dogma F8.
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Size = 51.5 cm
Saddle Height = 73.3 cm
Reach (nose of saddle-center of handlebar) = 52.6 cm
Handlebar Drop = 8.0 cm
Weight = 6.66 kg (14.68 pounds)
Super Record Mechanical
3T Ergonova/ARX 110mm
fi'zi:k Antares 00
Look Keo Blade 2 Ti
Bora One 50 tubular
Vittoria Corsa CX Isogrip 25mm


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beanbiken
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by beanbiken

Nice ride, only to minor suggestions, shorten the steerer and maybe a straight seat post. Love it

Steve.
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by corky

Perfect....my size 'n all.....

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by Multebear

This topic needs to go to the introduce yourself section.

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by GothicCastle

These are beautiful frames; I love seeing them with Campy. Enjoy it.

fogman
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by fogman

beanbiken wrote:Nice ride, only to minor suggestions, shorten the steerer and maybe a straight seat post. Love it

Steve.

Is this any better?
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In addition to the zero offset seat post and shortened steerer, I also upgraded to 2015 Super Record and moved the 2014 Super Record back to the 65.1.


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beanbiken
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by beanbiken

fogman wrote:
beanbiken wrote:Nice ride, only to minor suggestions, shorten the steerer and maybe a straight seat post. Love it

Steve.

Is this any better?
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squid046
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by squid046

awesome bike!

fogman
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by fogman

I have the frame listed for sale in the Marketplace. Thinking of upgrading to an F10 if I can sell the F8.
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fogman
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by fogman

Sold the F8 frame and upgraded to an F10 this summer. Finally got around to updating and renaming this thread. The seat tube of the F10 is 2 cm shorter than the F8, thus more seat post is exposed.

Weight is 6.85 kg (15.1 pounds) with the Bora One 35 clinchers and 6.71 kg (14.8 pounds) with the Bora One 50 tubulars.
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mrlobber
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by mrlobber

Looking really nice, but this bike needs a slammed stem!

bencolem
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by bencolem

Looks lovely, well judged. How does it compare to the F8?

Bridgeman
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by Bridgeman

This BoB F10 is absolutely unreal. I simply cannot get over how much I like this frame, not to mention how well it rides.

My 169 Asteroid Red arrived a few days ago. I just could not resist.

Thanks for posting!
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syplam
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by syplam

andrew664 wrote:f10 was a big upgrade over the f8


How so...i am thinking getting a f10 to replace my tcr advanced sl


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fogman
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by fogman

The chainstay clearance of my Stages Campagnolo Super Record left crank arm power meter was a little tight on the F10 so I moved it to my 65.1. I am now looking at the Power2Max NG for the F10.
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Plenty of clearance on the 65.1.
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