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Pinarello unveil Dogma F10 disc

Team Sky's bike of of choice is now available with discs to meet current demand for snappier stopping power

Despite Fausto Pinarello saying that a disc-equipped version of the Dogma F10 wasn't in the pipeline as recent as January of this year, the bike has indeed made it into production and is UCI-approved. 

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"Pure design, amazing performance" is how Pinarello themselves describe the Tour-winning F10, and while it's highly improbable Team Sky would have demanded a disc version, we think it's far more likely that the brand is simply responding to consumer demand.

The F10's Onda fork has been upgraded so the thru axles are integrated, which gives better stiffness of the front wheel. The fork flaps have also been adapted for better fitting of direct mount brake calipers, and the rear wheels also integrates a thru axle for added braking stability. The bike will only take up to 25mm tyres, but this is to be expected of a thoroughbred race bike, and it's specced with an Italian-threaded bottom bracket.  

The F10 frame will have all the same features on the disc-equipped model, including flatback seatstays, a concave down tube, 'Twinforce' saddle blocking system and a double position for bottle cages on the down tube.

We haven't got any pricing or information on build options, but what we do know if that there are a wide range of sizes and colour schemes - the frames go fron 44cm up to 62cm, and colours available include Team Sky black and blue, 'Black lava', 'Mars Orange' and full on stealth black.  

 

 

Arriving at road.cc in 2017 via 220 Triathlon Magazine, Jack dipped his toe in most jobs on the site and over at eBikeTips before being named the new editor of road.cc in 2020, much to his surprise. His cycling life began during his students days, when he cobbled together a few hundred quid off the back of a hard winter selling hats (long story) and bought his first road bike - a Trek 1.1 that was quickly relegated to winter steed, before it was sadly pinched a few years later. Creatively replacing it with a Trek 1.2, Jack mostly rides this bike around local cycle paths nowadays, but when he wants to get the racer out and be competitive his preferred events are time trials, sportives, triathlons and pogo sticking - the latter being another long story.  

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RobD | 7 years ago
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So three of the four listed colours are black? nice imagination there Pinarello...

With so much vitriol directed at Pinarello riders and disc brake users, will this bike burst into flames if it catches sight of it's own reflection, or do you also need to be wearing Rapha for the full on effect?

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themuffle | 7 years ago
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This bike's so light it's literally floating!

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srchar | 7 years ago
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What's going on with the lines at the headtube/fork crown junction?  Looks like someone's fitted the wrong fork to the frame.

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jhsmith87 | 7 years ago
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Is it just me or are they SRAM discs with a Shimano groupset...?

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sunnyape replied to jhsmith87 | 7 years ago
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jhsmith87 wrote:

Is it just me or are they SRAM discs with a Shimano groupset...?

Good eyes. Yeah, they look like CentreLine 6 bolt rotors. A few other sites have pictures of the new Dogma with Campagnolo groupset + centrelock discs. Maybe it's the disc mount type (6 bolt ISO vs CentreLock) of the hub that's the determining factor .

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BarryBianchi | 7 years ago
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So, what makes it hovver like that?

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Stumps replied to BarryBianchi | 7 years ago
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BarryBianchi wrote:

So, what makes it hovver like that?

All the hot air directed at sky by shitty journo's.

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part_robot | 7 years ago
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Reminds me of Apple saying they weren't going to make a stylus...

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