The Dogma 2 is the next generation in Pinarello's pursuit for perfection on two wheels. Paired with Campagnolo's new electronic EPS shifting and you have the worlds best riding bicycle. For 2012 Pinarello released its new Dogma 2 featuring specific upgrades to their award winning asymmetric racing frame. Also new for 2012 Campagnolo released its new EPS electronic group, which brings electronic shifting to Campy?s top of the line Super Record group with industry leading 11 speeds and ergonomics. This is mated to the pick of the littler BoB Dogma 2 frame with a red highlight to the headtube / fork junction. This has to be seen in person to truly grasp how special this bike really is. Campagnolo EPS Front Derailleur If you are the type of person that wants to have the best of the best and never want to see another person with your same bike you have, then this bike is for you. The Dogma 2 EPS bike is a limited edition and will only be sold while supplies last. Features: -Frameset: Pinarello Dogma 2 60.1 60HM1K -Fork: Pinarello Onda 2 Carbon 60HM1K 1? 1/8-1? 1/2 integral system -Brakes: Campagnolo Super Record -Shifters: Campagnolo Super Record 11s EPS -Crank: Campagnolo Super Record 11s Compact -Front Deraileur: Campagnolo Super Record 11s EPS -Rear Deraileur: Campagnolo Super Record 11s EPS -Cassette: Campagnolo Super Record 11s -Chain: Campagnolo Super Record 11s -Headset: Pinarello -Handlebar: M.O.s.t. Talon one piece bar/stem combo -Stem: M.O.s.t. Talon one piece bar/stem combo -Seatpost: M.O.s.t. carbon -Saddle: M.O.s.t. Panther carbon/carbon rails -Bottle cages: Elite carbon -Wheels: Campagnolo 2010 Black Shamal Ultra 2-way Black Label -Tires: Continental 700x23 with Pinarello Dogma 60.1 branding -Frame weight: 920 grams (Size 54) -Sizes: Sloping 42.0, 44.0, 46.5, Standard 50.0, 51.5, 53.0, 54.0, 55.0, 56.0, 57.5, 59.5, 62.0 -Frame Colors: 612 BoB LE
Here's an updated review of the F8 compared to my Dogma 65.1 Think 2.
Let’s face it. Comparing the Dogma 65.1 Think 2 to anything new is a super tough comparison. The Dogma 65.1 Think 2 is pure beauty and genius. Sure, there are bikes that are lighter, more aero, so called “faster”, and better fo ... Read More »
A long shot but on Friday early to late afternoon my wife's Black & Green Pinarello Dogma 2 was stolen from our house in Hammond Park South of Perth. It is a very small bike and I haven't seen any other green and black Dogma's around. It has a Shimano 105 group and Mavic Kryselium XL wh ... Read More »
Three years ago I started thinking about a bike. I read every thread I could, went to bike shops, read all the articles in all the magazines - but I never pulled the trigger. A year ago I started the search again. Initially I thought I wanted a Dogma K. I spent months researching the bike, but c ... Read More »
I recently bought a 2012 Dogma 2 frameset and intend to build it up over the next few months.
I have a Pinarello Rokh at the moment and so I'm concerned that the riding position will be a lot lower on the Dogma. I have low back problems and so I'd like to run the dogma with as many spacers on the ... Read More »