A variety of factors go into crafting the perfect bicycle. From weight and aerodynamics, to geometry and choice of carbon, there’s an art to finding the right balance between comfort and performance.
All too often cycling brands focus entirely on weight. And while being nimble is important when it comes to performance, ultimate responsiveness and comfort are of equal importance. Although the DOGMA F frame kit is 11% lighter than its F12 predecessor, a 12% stiffness increase around the button bracket improves handling considerably too.
Every detail of the DOGMA F has been refined for improved airflow, from the front fork section that cuts through the air to the new rear triangle that channels airflow out the back, the DOGMA F is 4.8% more aerodynamic in the disc version compared to the DOGMA F12.
Dressed in three iterations of “Plutonium Flash”, “Eruption Red” and “Black on Black”, the DOGMA F will be available from Pinarello’s London and Manchester stores towards the end of 2021, with framesets starting from £5,400 (approximately $7,500 USD).