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Karvalo
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by Karvalo

That guy must have been sick as a dog when they released the Grevil just after he paid $4k to have his F10 chop-shopped.

Tugboat
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by Tugboat

Let a triathlete loose with bartape... get handlebars that look like dildos.

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Nice bike... you ever take it off any sweet jumps?
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Etienne
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by Etienne

TLN wrote:
Mon Jan 27, 2020 6:38 am
F10 Dogma, with gravel fork (Whiskey), Rotor hydraulic 1x groupset, Sram 1x crankset and Shimano calipers. $700 handlebar, and deep profile Enve wheels with 38mm wide gravelking tires.
Any takers?
Hi, could you tell me why this bike is so different from many other bikes proudly displayed on this very forum by their users :?:

I just see a very expensive bike ... nothing very special here.

PS : I find it quite nice actually :mrgreen:

Karvalo
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by Karvalo

Tugboat wrote:
Mon Feb 03, 2020 6:27 am
Let a triathlete loose with bartape... get handlebars that look like dildos.
It's the mechanical road bike STIs used as brake levers on a DI2 TT bike that has me most impressed.

AJS914
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by AJS914

Etienne wrote:
Mon Feb 03, 2020 2:46 pm
TLN wrote:
Mon Jan 27, 2020 6:38 am
F10 Dogma, with gravel fork (Whiskey), Rotor hydraulic 1x groupset, Sram 1x crankset and Shimano calipers. $700 handlebar, and deep profile Enve wheels with 38mm wide gravelking tires.
Any takers?
Hi, could you tell me why this bike is so different from many other bikes proudly displayed on this very forum by their users :?:

I just see a very expensive bike ... nothing very special here.

PS : I find it quite nice actually :mrgreen:

I'd love to take that bike out on my local trails. I'd be breaking PRs and KOMs left and right.

fogman
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by fogman

That Grey/Orange Dogma F10 is a fake. Look closely at the diamond pattern on the fork and head tube.


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dgasmd
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by dgasmd

Karvalo wrote: It's the mechanical road bike STIs used as brake levers on a DI2 TT bike that has me most impressed.
I was about to say the same thingImageImageImage

Etienne
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by Etienne

fogman wrote:
Mon Feb 03, 2020 3:48 pm
That Grey/Orange Dogma F10 is a fake. Look closely at the diamond pattern on the fork and head tube.
Well, the fork is not the original one, it's a Whisky fork as stated in the ad ... for the frame I don't know if it's an original or not.

Anyway, fake doesn't mean freak ... isn't it :wink:

AJS914
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by AJS914

It's a bit freaky but in an interesting and cool way IMO. I'm interested to know what was involved with the "Road to gravel conversion by Cyclocarbon ($3000)". They obviously installed the new fork but they must have also modified the rear triangle to take the wider tires.

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Leviathan
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by Leviathan

Its the juxtaposition of top of the line Smegma with Enves, for gravel riding. Like hunting ducks with a 20mm chain gun - it will get the job done but its messy.

theStig
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by theStig

Saw this on eBay. Egads.

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wheelbuilder
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by wheelbuilder

lol. What a fitting gear combo it's in.
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UpFromOne
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by UpFromOne

The frame, the saddle, and the bar tape not matching + another hundred details.

But the brakes on that frame sure are intriguing. Was that a real Ridley?

TimmS
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by TimmS

Yes, a Noah Fast If I remember well

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synchronicity
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by synchronicity

Does this bike count?
Spotted elsewhere on this forum. :lol:
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