Pinarello Dogma FP Frames

4.6/5 (5 Reviews)
MSRP : $4700.00


Product Description

DÒGMA® FP, Tubing “Dogma Pinarello” double butted, Tig welding. Fork “ONDA® FP” carbon 1” 1/8 conified 1” 1/4 integral system. CRS carbon “ONDA® FP”, bottom bracket “M.O.ST FP” oversize.


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Reviews 1 - 5 (5 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jaan_k a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: July 15, 2010

Strengths:    Very stiff bottom bracket; smooth, steel-like ride, excellent handling, great color scheme

Weaknesses:    ANY trip to the ground will scratch up the beautiful paint job

Bottom Line:   
The magnesium Dogma FP has very unique characteristics for a metal bike: 1)the bottom bracket is stiffer than any bike I've ridden or demo'd including the Colnago Extreme Power (compare them both when hooked up onto a trainer and you'll see what I mean); 2)the bike is NOT "comfortable" in my opinion, but DOES manage to take the sting out of road imperfections thus making the ride for me much more pleasurable...in a way it feels like an incredibly stiff steel bike; 3)the bike tracks extremely well and feels very "planted"...it doesn't feel sluggish at all, just very predictable; 4)while the paint is not so fragile when gravel is kicked up onto it, a trip to the ground will scratch up the paint a great deal. NOTE: for those riders who have been using a Turbomatic saddle with their aluminum frames, you will find that the Dogma dampens the vibrations so much to the extent that the Turbomatic does not bounce me off of it when going over very rough pavement...you know what I mean???!!! Lastly, it IS a race bike; and handles superbly in crits and circuit races. Yeah, the paint has been trashed in a few spots, but the ride is worth it. Race it and you won't want to leave it for a lazy-day ride, either!

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Favorite Ride:   Any criterium or gently rolling circuit race

Price Paid:    $2700.00

Purchased At:   Italia

Similar Products Used:   Specialized M4 S-Works, Specialized E5 S-Works, Cannondale CAAD5, Principia Ellipse, Colnago Extreme Power (demo'd), Scott CR1

Bike Setup:   Campagnolo Chorus 11-speed except with Record cranks, Spinergy Stealth PBO wheelset, Vredestein Fortezza Quattro clincher tires, Deda Zero 100 stem, Deda Newton shallow handlebars, stainless steel bottle cages, Selle Italia Turbomatic 4 saddle


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by haimtoeg a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: December 23, 2008

Strengths:    Precision, comfort, confidence building.

Weaknesses:    None that I could find.

Bottom Line:   
I love this bike. It is both stiff and comfortable and I feel like I can go all day on it. This bike gets me motivated to ride and has made me a better rider.


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Purchased At:   Rose Canyon Cyclery,

Similar Products Used:   Litespeed Vortex Compact

Bike Setup:   Frame size 57.

Record CT group, 175mm crank, 12-25 cassette.

Custom wheels DT Swiss rr1.2 24 / 32, DT240 front, Powertap Pro rear from wheelbuilder.com.

Deda Newton shallow handlebars and Newton stem.

Selle Italia SLR Gel Flow saddle.

Look Keo Carbon CroMo pedals


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by avishi a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: September 8, 2006

Strengths:    Fast, great steering, strong.

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
Best frame ever. Very smooth and stif.
In other words: "Ben Zona shel ofanaim"
Its very elegant as well.

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Favorite Ride:   Pinarello Dogma FP

Price Paid:    $2799.00

Purchased At:   Price Point

Similar Products Used:   Willier, De Rosa, Canondale.

Bike Setup:   Full Dura-Ace


Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:3
Submitted by gerard a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: April 8, 2006

Strengths:    STIFF IF you are strong SPRINTER look no more you wont get any better then this....

Weaknesses:    FAR to harsh for me the roads in New Zealand really bad that doesnt help I'm glad it did'nt cost me cause way over priced...

Bottom Line:   
this is my third pinarello had a PrinceSL that broke got a standed dogma as replacement that cracked through the head tube So now I have The FP dogy this is the stiffest by far I find the fp alot harsher then the standed dogma so much so I'm going to change it for a paris carbon

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Favorite Ride:   round lake taupo

Price Paid:    $5000.00

Purchased At:   degrandi cyclesport

Similar Products Used:   PRINCE,SL,DOGMA,DOGMA(FP)

Bike Setup:   Campy record,Kysriums sl,neutrons..


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by fastbluebike a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: November 11, 2005

Strengths:    2000 Miles on this Awesome Bike!Ride Quality It is all the sensations that make cycling a joy! If you read the usual bike porn sites like I do you are a huge fan of quality bikes. I got to meet Giovanni Pinarello as our tour group participated in the granfondo Pinarello in July. That even makes it more Special. I got the Blue Paint scheme Not available here that I am aware of!

Weaknesses:    About 1 Pound Heavier Than some other Foofy bikes but I am 210 Pounds

Bottom Line:   
What can I say If I bought it here in the USA I would have to say I love it. ( It cost so much here) This Bike Rides Like a Dream! Soaks up the uneven pavement and turns it to butter. Stiffer than a Big rider like me can stress this Frame. The FP Fork has the oversized Lower Headset bearingsand makes the Fork not waiver under ripping decents of the Colorado Monument(Tour of the Moon) It is pretty fun to ride a bike this nice. As a pretty hard working 44 year old trying to get fit this sure is a nice treat! If you can swing a bike like this you will love it.

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Favorite Ride:   The Stelvio & Umbrail

Price Paid:    $3000.00

Purchased At:   Pinarello Store Trev

Similar Products Used:   Fondriest Carbon Level Plus
Serotta Concours Ti


Bike Setup:   Record Carbon Compact
Eurus Wheels
Deda Newton Bars
Deda Mag 00
Look KEO
Michelin Pro Race
Selle Italia SLR Gelflow



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Pinarello Dogma magnesium fp compared to new bikes?

Hi Pinarello fans! I have an opportunity to buy a Dogma Fp magnesium. Its NOT the FPX version but the version before with the MOST bottom bracket. I'm curious to know if anyones ridden one before and how they possibly compare to the newer bikes. I know its obviously heavier than the latest carbon ... Read More »

Dogma FP geometry

I just picked up a 2005 Dogma FP. Does Pinarello stamp frame size anywhere on the frame? The underside of the BB shell has a 4 digit number with -05 at the end, I assume this is the serial number with the year. There is also a "4" stamped in the BB shell. I measure the top tube at approximately ... Read More »

Campy UT cranks with Dogma FP BB?

Can anyone tell me if Campy UT cranks can be fitted to the Dogma FP bottom bracket? ...(not the Dogma FPX BB) ThanksRead More »

Moots Vamoots SL and Pinarello Dogma FP

OK, I've posted the note below on the frame board and it is clearly in favor of the Moots. How about it Pinarello owners? Would it matter if I could hold of a regular Dogma? "I've narrowed down my frame choice to the Moots Vamoots SL and Pinarello Dogma FP. They are quite different from each ot ... Read More »

Choice-Moots Vamoots SL and Pinarello Dogma FP

I've narrowed down my frame choice to the Moots Vamoots SL and Pinarello Dogma FP. They are quite different from each other but either would make a nice addition to my current rides. Can anyone help be a tiebreaker?Read More »

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