Pinarello Dogma 6710g

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canbakay
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by canbakay

Not the lightest but definitely not the heaviest dogma - the di2 adds a lot of weight but it works best for me. The only future changes are the tires, I'd like to try out FMBs and might add climbers shifters in the spring/summer.

There are two layers of fizik gel which add about 70-100g under the bar tape to help with a hand injury, they are on both sides as the comfort is great and needed to look symmetric.
Ill be updating the build list as I dig up the weights from the black hole that is my computer.

I'm happy to hear suggestions.


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Build List (in progress)

Frame: Pinarello Dogma 60.1 Size 57.5
Fork: Pinarello Dogma
Hanger: Stock
Headset: Stock
Seatpost Clamp: Stock
Seatpost: Pinarello Dogma
Seat: Ax-Lightness Endurance (76g)
Stem: 3T ARX LTD 110mm (120g)
Bar: 3T Ergonova LTD (sanded down, 170g)
Bartape: Lizard Skin Race (41g)
Gel: Fizik Gel (70-100g)
Bottle cages: Ax-Lightness Nasdorowje (16g)
Bottle cage bolts: Ax-Lightness
Outer cables: Dura Ace
Inner cables: Shimano
Brakes: Dura Ace 7900
Front derailleur: Dura Ace 7900 di2
Rear derailleur: Dura Ace 7900 di2
Crankset: Dura Ace 7900
Chainrings: Dura Ace 7900 50x34
Chainring bolts: Shimano
Chain: Dura Ace 7900
Shifters: Dura Ace 7900 di2
Cassette: Dura Ace 11-25
Wheels: Lightweight Standard III Tubular
Front Hub: Lightweight proprietary
Rear Hub: DT Swiss240
Tires: Veloflex Carbon (252g averaged)
Pedals: Look Keo Blade Titanium
Garmin mount: Garmin out front (27g)
Glue: Vittoria Mastik (24g)
Bottom bracket: Dura Ace 7900 Standard
Skewers: Lightweight carbon (44g)
Headset spacers: Stock
Headset expander: Extralite UltraStar II (7g)

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Kayrehn
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by Kayrehn

Fmb tires are probably great for comfort, but the lightweight wheels certainly doesn't help, bling as they might be.

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by wpccrunner

why go symmetric on the bar tape pads? Pina is all About thinking Asymmetric

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by jpac

Im in the same boat w/ you regarding Di2. Once you get there, its tough going back.

I love the sky colors, not sure if that is what you were aiming for, but nevertheless, bike looks stunning.

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canbakay
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by canbakay

Kayrehn wrote:Fmb tires are probably great for comfort, but the lightweight wheels certainly doesn't help, bling as they might be.



they're definitely not the most comfortable but with a good tire pressure, they actually ride very nicely...FMB just to give it a change when the tread runs out..

wpccrunner wrote:why go symmetric on the bar tape pads? Pina is all About thinking Asymmetric


I use my front light on the side where the chain stay is thinner to cancel out the polarity... :wink:

jpac wrote:Im in the same boat w/ you regarding Di2. Once you get there, its tough going back.

I love the sky colors, not sure if that is what you were aiming for, but nevertheless, bike looks stunning.


Thanks!

Wasn't aiming for a 'team bike' at all. At the time, I liked the sky colour scheme the most and removed the sky stickers the next day...but yeah..i think I'm on the electronic boat for the long run (unless I ever get to build that ww bike, but then again there is that 11lbs di2 bike roaming cyclechat)..

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by oakes2004

That's bloody lovely mate, I'm a massive fan of this bike!

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canbakay
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by canbakay

a quick update - changed to the arione r1 white saddle and fizik microtex tape.

saddle came in at 144g

can't comment on the comfort yet, still need to get the perfect position but being so flat, it allows for nice movement. That was great for when on the drops and all the way on the front of the saddle.

bar tape, while it looks like it'll stay nice an clean for long, its not grippy, especially coming from lizard skins.

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asdf123
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by asdf123

Lovely Pina but I don't really like the look with white saddle and tape combo same as the gloss black combo. Would love to see it with black matte setup.

SergeduTemps
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by SergeduTemps

Great bike, but black saddle and handlebar will look better imo.

Btw; nice Patek!

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canbakay
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by canbakay

thanks guys..

SergeduTemps wrote:Great bike, but black saddle and handlebar will look better imo.

Btw; nice Patek!


good eye :D

asdf123 wrote:black matte setup.


yeah the black matte doesn't fit like I waned to, being a glossy frame. Kinda dulls it down but I have thought the same before.

The white-white combo is a summer set up, just for difference....If this saddle works well i might switch the ax saddle for the black version of the fizik arione r1...

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by OSOK1989

Nice build team sky!

pf30
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by pf30

Nice bike, but your watch is more attracts me....XDDD

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