Pinarello Dogma

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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by benz76

:?: I red on the Pinarello dealers' catalogue that Dògma should weigh around 1150 grams, and Onda fork 350 grams.
I noticed someone posted a 840 grams frame-only weight (900 claimed).
It seems to me to be impossible! Does anybody know something about the REAL Dogma weight? Thank you...

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by Florian

I took the custom sized Dògma out of the listing.

Here's a report about Alessandro Petacchi's Dògma:

According to it the frame weighs 990 g at 56.8cm x 58.5 cm.

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by benz76

Much better... :wink:
I think it's already the best frame around there; if it weighed 840 gr it would have been unbeatable!

I think that standard production Dògma should weigh a few grams more, since racing frames get lighter paint (but no after-worked weldings).

Bye, Benz76.

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by kingkongsfinger

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by liam7020

I recently took delivery of a 55cm F8 in colour scheme Blue/Orange 968 which is pretty much fully painted. Here are the accurate weights:

Frame including rear derailleur hanger, cage bolts x 4 and seat post binder 1075g (does not include headset bearings)

Fork 390g

F8 seatpost, not painted but clear coat over 1K carbon 213g

Hope this helps.
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by mimason

Holy resurrection of a 2003 thread.

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by Mackers

Yeah, it was dug up by yet another "contributor" looking for the Starbike discount (now deleted).

Funny though that today's carbon Pina outweighs the magnesium Pina from 13 years ago.

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by spartan

i am very surprised on the light weight for dogma f8. with a matt black/raw finish it would hit 950gm well done pina!!

btw sworks tarmac are now heavier than times have changed. new hire denk should address this in the next iteration ..
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by Skunkworks

Depends on paint and decals... Weight versus Look. What a hard question!

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