Pinarello Dogma F12 Super Record EPS 12 2020

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7,38 kg

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DaveChow
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Stunning build!

Full Italian components very well match in this setup. The colour is unique as well.

What tyre width you are using?

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anquetil
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DaveChow
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Nice, this ends up at 7.38kg is not bad.

Is this a tubeless setup?

How's the ride quality of the new Dogma?

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by Frankie13

Looks stunning ! How tall are you and what size frame is this? It does look perfectly sized.

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Looks beautiful. The only thing I would have done differently is to have gone with WTO wheels instead.
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anquetil
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Frankie13 wrote:
Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:54 pm
Looks stunning ! How tall are you and what size frame is this? It does look perfectly sized.
Im 174 cm, inseam 80/saddle hight 69cm frame size 50, stem lenght 100, handlebar width 38
No tubless/dont trust to much tubeless riding with latex tubes
Riding nothing special, same like with similar bikes from other brands.
Must notice: Campagnolo disc brakes are muuuuuuch better than Shimano Dura Ace, other components on same level like DA.

About wheelset, waiting for LW - tubular

DaveChow
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by DaveChow

anquetil wrote:
Frankie13 wrote:
Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:54 pm
Looks stunning ! How tall are you and what size frame is this? It does look perfectly sized.
Im 174 cm, inseam 80/saddle hight 69cm frame size 50, stem lenght 100, handlebar width 38
No tubless/dont trust to much tubeless riding with latex tubes
Riding nothing special, same like with similar bikes from other brands.
Must notice: Campagnolo disc brakes are muuuuuuch better than Shimano Dura Ace, other components on same level like DA.

About wheelset, waiting for LW - tubular
In what way Campy disc is better than Shimano DA? I am also having dilemma btw the two. Can you shed some lights based on your experience.

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romanmoser
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by romanmoser

Riding now ultegra di2 levers ( same as dura ace , except 30gr heavier )
I would say that the campy ones offer the advantage of ajustable braking feeling
YOu don't have that with shim

Also heard , that they were more silent under rainy , wet conditions
and also magnetic retractable pads or pistons
sometimes a piston takes more time to get back in with shimano

anquetil
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DaveChow wrote:
Sat Aug 31, 2019 2:32 pm
anquetil wrote:
Frankie13 wrote:
Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:54 pm
Looks stunning ! How tall are you and what size frame is this? It does look perfectly sized.
Im 174 cm, inseam 80/saddle hight 69cm frame size 50, stem lenght 100, handlebar width 38
No tubless/dont trust to much tubeless riding with latex tubes
Riding nothing special, same like with similar bikes from other brands.
Must notice: Campagnolo disc brakes are muuuuuuch better than Shimano Dura Ace, other components on same level like DA.

About wheelset, waiting for LW - tubular
In what way Campy disc is better than Shimano DA? I am also having dilemma btw the two. Can you shed some lights based on your experience.

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Much more stronger, softer filling, no blink blink two or three times after long braking, better and more ergonomic levers.

1sanglier
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by 1sanglier

Hi,
Do you have a GPS Support ? Which one ?
Thanks

anquetil
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No GPS support, no need at all.

topt
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what is the tyre clearance on the f12, can you ride a 30mm width rim ?
thanks

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