Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think 2 (updated photos on page 3)

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Greenduck
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by Greenduck

Hello to everyone

Updated photos on page 3.

I have sold my Cannondale SuperSix and I'm now on a Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think 2. Didn't want to change bike but I got an amazing offer on a brand new frameset.


UPDATED BUILD LIST
Frame: Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think 2, size 53
Fork: Pinarello ONDA 2
Headset: Pinarello
Shifters: SRAM Red eTap
Crankset: Quarq DZero SRAM Red eTap (53/39)
Front derailleur: SRAM Red eTap
Rear derailleur: SRAM Red eTap
Brakes: SRAM Red
Cassette: SRAM PG-1170 (11-28)
Chain: SRAM PC-1170
Handlebar: N/A
Stem: Zipp Service Course SL (110mm, -17 degrees)
Seatpost: Pinarello Dogma
Saddle: Specialized Toupé S-Works
Wheelset: DT Swiss PRC 1400 Spline
Tires: Schwalbe One V-Guard
Bottle cages: Elite Custom Race
Computer: Garmin Edge 520


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PSM
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by PSM

Mixing groupset is a big no no.

Other than that. Nice frame/build.

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by kgt

Amazing frame, excellent photos!
I don't like the mix either... Sram, Ultegra and Reynolds on a Pinarello is not that 'exciting'.

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I agree with the mixing and I'm going to change that to either full Shimano or SRAM.
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Thank you. I am sure it will be perfect. Can't wait for the the pictures.

And... Dura Aca.

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That's one cool looking bike. Group mix it's something that I would avoid, but seeing your bike I admit I would drool without noticing that there's a mix of drivetrain components.

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by fogman

Get yourself some Campy Bora wheels so you have all three groupsets represented. Kidding of course. I ride a Dogma 65.1 as well. The fluo yellow highlights look nice!


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by Geoff

Ok, that's nice. Great pics. What lens?

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by kgt

So how is the ride of your Dogma in comparison to the SuperSix ?

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PSM wrote:Thank you. I am sure it will be perfect. Can't wait for the the pictures.

And... Dura Aca.

I'm really considering either Ultegra Di2 or Dura-Ace mechanical. For some reason I tend to favor mechanical groupsets. I love SRAM but I ran Shimano 105 several years back and I'm thinking of going back to Shimano. There's something about the smoothness of Shimano.
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Geoff wrote:Ok, that's nice. Great pics. What lens?

They were shot with a Sony A7II and Sony FE 24-70/4 OSS.
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Greenduck
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kgt wrote:So how is the ride of your Dogma in comparison to the SuperSix ?

I think I prefer the ride quality of the Dogma compared to the SuperSix. I build the Dogma last year in the end of the season and I've only had a chance to ride it for a week this year. The geometry is different and that's something I need to get used to. It's not a bad thing, just different. So far I've noticed that the acceleration seems to be a bit slower than the SuperSix but I can hold a much higher speed for much longer on the Dogma. I had actually considered a Pinarello when I bought the SuperSix but I really didn't like the design. I thought the curvy stays looked strange somehow. Now, absolutely I love the design.
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by ItxinakoAtxak

I think it looks great overall, the only "but" is the crankset, I never liked Ultegra ones and i would have stick to Rival for example, but of course thats my opinion ;)
Crazy seatstays btw, looks a sculpted piece of art.

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Updated with new handlebar tape and bottle cages... Not sure what I like the best. Fluo bar tape and cages or black...

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Improved.

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