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I wanted to have a pure and stiff Italian frameset with history and Italian flair. I am going to use it next to my Specialized S-works sl4, that I like very much.
It was a very close call between the Dogma and the Colnago C59, but when I saw the Dogma in real life I felt love was in the air.
The fact that the Dogma is probably a tiny bit stiffer then the C59 also influenced my decision. I am more of a big strong sprinter so this frameset suits me better.
At the moment the frameset is build up by my LBS with the parts I collected. The groupset will be Campa Record with 3T components. I can choose a lot of different wheels, but I will probably use my Lightweight Meilenstein clinchers or my Fulcrum Racing Speed XLR (dark label) wheels in the Dogma. For bad weather I can use Shamals dark label. I expect to pick up the bike in a few weeks time. Here some pictures (sorry for the not so good quality) of the frameset. The size is 57.5. I don't know the weight of the frameset, but I believe it is less then a full painted frameset. My frameset is naked carbon with some shiny clearcoat except for the painted parts. So I find it a challenge to get the bike below the 6.8kg.
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