Flexible Dentist: 5.7kg Dogma Think 2

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caballero
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by caballero

Looks absolutely brilliant! Good job.

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by fogman

Very nice build. What are the wheels? Also, I thought Veloflex tires were not recommended on carbon clinchers.


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fogman wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 11:38 pm
Very nice build. What are the wheels? Also, I thought Veloflex tires were not recommended on carbon clinchers.
No clinchers here

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by Imaking20

Yeah, only clinchers in the house are for the wife's bike. And even that was met with resistance.

Wheels are FSE 35t on Carbon-ti hubs
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Imaking20 wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 3:34 am
Finally got it built and got out for a couple hours today. Tons of wind, tons of gravel on the roads (that's been added excessively to the roads to deal with ice and snow over the last couple weeks) - but a really nice first ride. I got off my bike 3x to see if my back tire was low - that compliant!

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The Rotor BB ended up being too wide - so I'm ordering a THM. Not sure why I didn't just do that in the first place.

Some other little weenie parts on the way and I'll take off the rest of the steerer once I get some more time on the bike and be sure it's going to be a good relationship :)
I like it. I like it a lot.

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by fogman

My bad. You did such a neat job glueing the tubulars with no excess glue, so I thought they were clinchers.


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by Imaking20

Which is a compliment I'm happy to take!
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by mike

i think that rides better than the dogma f10. yours is more lively, springy. the F10 feels more dead.

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by majklnajt

Looks good!

What handlebar is this?

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by Imaking20

Thomson road carbon
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by Calnago

Did you change the original title of this thread? Don’t recall the “flexible dentist” part. Does that mean you find it flexy? In a bad way or a good way or just a nice ride kind of way?
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by Mr.Gib

perhaps he's a dentist and he can ride it with the stem slammed because he is flexible. I love the random creativity of the human species.
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by Imaking20

I did change the title. Mr. Gib pretty much nailed it. The new thread title is to poke a bit of fun at this being a "dentist bike" - except I require a little more drop than the average dentist.
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Wilier Wonka | The Dentist | The Bucket List | Specialissima | Evo | T2 | Blue | Project C6.0 | Felt AR FRD | Colnago C59 | S-Works Tarmac SL4| S-Works Venge | Wilier Cento1 SL | Tarmac SL2

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Just because you stayed at a Holiday Inn, it doesn't make you a dentist.

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by emorydptt

Looks amazing Isaac! Glad you got it built up and enjoying the ride! Chapaeu!
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