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I have been lurking around WW for quite some time.
I guess it is time to contribute.
This is my new ride, and i guess pinarello dogma is not known being a WW.
Anyway, hope you guys like it.
Frameset - Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think 2 854 size 51.5
Handlebar - Climax Compact Handlebar 42x10 (Custom Painted)
Seatpost - Pinarello Most Carbon Seatpost
Saddle - Specialized S-Works Toupe 143mm Black
Handlebar Tape - Fizik Microtex Handlebar Tape Black Soft Touch
Bottom Bracket - SRAM GXP Ceramic Bottom Bracket Italian
Crankset - Sram Red Exogram Compact Crankset (Custom Painted)
Chainring - Osymetric 52/38
Cable - Nokon Cable System Black
Shifter - Dura Ace 7900 Shifter
Front Derailleur - Dura Ace 7900 Front Derailleur
Rear Derailleur - Dura Ace 7900 Rear Derailleur
Cassette - Dura Ace 7900 11-28
Chain - Dura Ace 7900 Chain
Chain Catcher - K-Edge Chain Catcher
Brakeset - Dura Ace 7900 Brakeset
Wheelset - Mavic Cosmic Carbone Ultimate
Tire - Continental Competition
Skewer - Tune DC14
Pedal - Speedplay Stainless Black
Bottle Cage - Arundel Mandible Matt Oil Slick
Total Build Weight: 6.4 kg (14.1 lbs)
Havent had the time to take too many close up pictures on individual components. Since i am going to change to Di2 soon. I will take them along at the time.
canbakay wrote:well done, very nice custom touches.
i'm guessing thats your signature?
good weight too for a dogma!
Haha, it is not my signature.
Got the signature from the internet, and was thinking that since the frame is a TdF special, why not get the signature of the winner.
Rush wrote:How long have you been riding Osymmetric rings for? Any comments?
Been using them for two months on my old bike.
Change them to rotor q rings as i need the 34 chainring.
However, i like the feeling of osymetric more than q rings. When i am able to get into the rhythm, the osymetric seems able to make me push a bigger gear than usual compared to the q rings.
Havent been using round rings for almost a year now, so i cant really comment on the difference to round rings.
Disagree about the fit...really don't know how anyone can make this assessment without seeing the rider on the bike first? Predetermined ideals on bike fit don't serve anyone...
Right now, i can only ride a 4,5 cm of saddle to handlebar drop.
Based on my height of 178 cm, i am supposed to ride a 53 or even 54 size dogma, hence my need for 30 cm of spacers would be eliminated.
However, as i have short legs, 79 cm of inseam, if i ride the bigger sizes, there wont be any seatpost visible, which i try so much so that the seatpost would still show the word 'dogma' instead of 'dog'. LOL
Therefore, i chose a smaller size of 51.5 and the number of spacers.
As for the fit, i just basically my old measurements from the old bike onto this setup.
Did a 60 mile ride a yesterday, and rode it without any back pains or whatsoever. Just happy with the way things are right now.
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