Pinarello Dogma 65.1

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by tommyg76

New Pinarello Dogma 65.1, 4 weeks old - around a 1000km so far - lovely bike, feels faster, yet more comfortable than my previous S2. Not weighed it properly yet, but expect it to be around the 7kg mark.

Brand: Pinarello

Type: 65.1 Think 2

Final weight: TBCkg

Frame: Pinarell
Fork: Pinarello
hanger: Pinarello
Headset: Pinarello
seatpost clamp: Pinarello
Seat: Fizik Antares Carbon
Stem: 3T Arx II (Stealth)
Bar: 3T Ergonava Team Carbon (Stealth)
Bartape: Fizik
bottle cages and hardware:
Outer Cables: Campy
Inner Cables: Campy
Brakes: Campy SR Skeleton DP
Front derailleur: Campy SR 11
Rear derailleur: Campy SR 11
Crankset: Campy SR
Bottom Bracket
Chainring bolts
Chain: Campy R
Shifters: Campy Power Shoft
Cassette: Campy SR 11
Wheels: Campy Bora One
hubs: Campy Bora One
Spokes: Campy Bora One
Rims: Campy Bora One
Tires: Veloflex Carbon
Pedals: Look Carbon
Garmin Edge 810
Glue: Continental


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by bombertodd

Nice! I love the colors.

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by irongatsby

My new favorite Dogma

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by gwilliams

Looks great, love the colour-enjoy

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by milehighcyclist

great bike!

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by fogman

Very Nice! I have a Dogma 65.1 with your same exact build (SR mechanical groupset, 3T Stealth Ergonova/ARX cockpit, and fi'zi:k Antares 00 saddle). Except I have Campagnolo Shamal Ultra Dark Label Clincher wheelset and Look Keo Blade 2 Ti pedals.

What size is yours?
It's all downhill from here, except for the uphills.

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by tommyg76


Mine is a 54cm, really pleased with it - now I have done some decent mileage :lol:

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by kgt

It looks great!

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by Dirty32

I'm not normally a fan of highlighter coloured or trimmed bikes, but this looks smashing!
Just the right amount of contrast to make it stand out.

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by poppiholla

Congrats. Great bike! I have the same bike but the blue version. Almost the same setup. The fun part is that when you turn this bike around the look is quite different. :-)

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