Rumor about Dogma F14?

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by Arph

The botched wheel changes by neutral support too ^^

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by caballero

the reasons I listed above were what one of the sky/ineos guys said in an interview when asked about sticking to rim brakes. I believe in late 2019.

I have 2 disc road bikes, and 3 rim at the moment. My next bike will be a F12/F14 rim brake. Shimano will produce Dura ace 12 with dual pivot brakes (and regular mount will be same as 9100 brakes but no dura ace designation, Only Shimano SLR.)

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Carapaz with F14 frame

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have if you see here
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Ritxis wrote:
Thu Jun 03, 2021 4:56 pm
Carapaz with F14 frame

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by Chaunch

When the F12 came out, I think Pinarello could get away with aero, but not the lightest (especially disc). They could point to SL6 / Venge, Emonda / Madone, Wilier 0 / Cento10. But with the SL7, Filante, and Ostro, they really need to get to the UCI minimum on a Dogma disc. I hope they do, but based on those pictures, not sure they did.

I also agree that that Ineos probably prefers rim brake for the reasons you all stated (not weight).

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needs a flatter TT imho, but carapaz is probably on a 47 or smaller
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spdntrxi wrote:needs a flatter TT imho, but carapaz is probably on a 47 or smaller
U mean larger sizes no sloping??

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txomin wrote:
Fri Jun 04, 2021 8:55 am
spdntrxi wrote:needs a flatter TT imho, but carapaz is probably on a 47 or smaller
U mean larger sizes no sloping??
I dont mean anything other then my general comment on aesthetic perferences.
2019 BMC TM01 Road UCI config 7.36kg

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by txomin

Ok, for me much better a little sloping, so I can go Up to 53 io 51.5 and more stack, same seatpost distance to frame

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Sorry, but what wheel are in this Carapaz F14 ?

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1sanglier wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 2:10 pm
Sorry, but what wheel are in this Carapaz F14 ?
Think they are these:

https://www.princetoncarbon.com/product/grit-4540/
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by 1sanglier

Of course Princeton like the TT wheel. Thanks

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Llanberis wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 2:12 pm
1sanglier wrote:
Mon Jun 07, 2021 2:10 pm
Sorry, but what wheel are in this Carapaz F14 ?
Think they are these:

https://www.princetoncarbon.com/product/grit-4540/
Some of the Ineos Insta accounts already leaked an unreleased road specific mid depth Princeton. Peak 4540

https://cyclingtips.com/2021/05/princet ... for-ineos/

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