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2017 Pinarello Dogma F10 SRAM Red eTap Complete Road Bike

  • 2017 Pinarello Dogma F10 SRAM Red eTap Complete Road Bike
  • 2017 Pinarello Dogma F10 SRAM Red eTap Complete Road Bike
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$7,800.00
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$85.00 (Fixed shipping cost)
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2017 Pinarello Dogma F10 SRAM Red eTap Complete Road Bike

Though the zodiac would have you believe it's the year of the Fire Rooster, the January release of Pinarello's Dogma F10 means that 2017 is destined to be the year of the Dawg—at least when it comes to cycling's biggest race. The Dogma F10 effectively replaces Froome's current Tour-winning machine, the Dogma F8, and it's only gotten lighter and stiffer for the new year. We're celebrating the launch by adding a bit of our own fire to the Dogma F10 SRAM Red eTap Complete Road Bike.

We've selected a build kit comprising SRAM's wireless Red eTap electronic drivetrain—itself one of the key releases of last year—and a set of 404 NSW carbon hoops from SRAM's sister company Zipp. We even went carbon for the cockpit, matching the Zipp wheels with carbon at both the stem and handlebar, and the build is finished off with Vittoria's Corsa G Plus tires, the super tires with a graphene compound that made its own case for product-of-the-year in 2016.

Our homebrewed build kit is impressive, we know, but ultimately we're just dressing the cake that Pinarello served up for the New Year's birthday. The F10's got a similar geometry and material composition to the outgoing F8, so the overall flavor profile will be recognizable to those who were able to sample the latter, but the Dogma F10 features a few subtle improvements to the recipe. All told, these tweaks result in some claims that, given the impressive gains the F8 made over the Dogma 65.1, are almost comically impressive: 7% more stiffness and 6.3% less weight.

As far as ride quality goes, the F10 takes up where the F8 left off. When spinning up out of corners, punching it on Ardennes-esque walls, or turning the screws ever tighter on climbs, the F10's bottom bracket exhibits buoyant solidity. Even while accelerating to sprint speeds or red-lining a double-digit gradient, the frame's efficiency eliminates lurching between pedal strokes, and on diesel days, the 404 NSW wheels take advantage of the frame's drive stiffness by effortlessly holding speed in the mid-20s.

At times, the F10's tapered head tube and oversized tubing make it feel like it's driving itself forward, an eager urgency that means it also responds best to a firm hand and a vigilante captain at its helm, especially while forcing the issue on a high-speed descent. While our own abilities only let us push it so far, the F10's carry-over geometry—almost an exact replica of the F8—means that we've essentially already seen it smash the most talented fields to pieces on cycling's biggest stages.

Though the frame angles remain unchanged between model generations, the classic Dogma asymmetry returns in the F10 with a few subtle alterations that produce disproportionate changes. Asymmetry has been a staple tool in Pinarello's arsenal since 2009, and it's a surprisingly simple solution to one of cycling's most essential conundrums. Since the drivetrain is located on one side of the bike, the load created by pedaling isn't uniform across the frameset's left and right hemispheres. The drive side sees the majority of power transfer duties, so by building it up, Pinarello is able to maintain drive stiffness while cutting material on the non-drive side, so lost grams don't translate to lost watts.

Compared to the F8, the F10's asymmetry is technically more pronounced on the top tube, which cheats a bit more to the right, and the seat junction, which sees a slight tweak. Pinarello's tests indicate that these minor adjustments make the frame stiffer and lighter. If they're not solely responsible for the 7% and 6.3% improvements listed above, they're certainly key contributors. Despite those remarkable claims, the changes are hard to detect with the naked eye (hence "technically" above), and the frame's asymmetry is much more apparent in places like the seat stay/seat tube junction.

The F10's enhanced asymmetry give it one of the most immediately recognizable silhouettes in the industry, but tose lines aren't just avant garde artistry; they're inspired by the Dogma F10's Bolide TT DNA, which surfaces both in its sinuous lines and in myriad, cumulative gains in aerodynamics. These gains start where drag starts: at the front dropout. While designing the Bolide TT, Pinarello's wind tunnel tests indicated that the introduction of a quick-release lever causes a disproportionate gain in drag. This is addressed through the addition of a "fork flap," which is a somewhat inelegant term for the extra fin of material Pinarello tucks behind the 404 NSW's quick-release lever.

 

The bike's finishing details include internal routing, a clean fork/head tube transition, and an integrated seatpost clamp—all of which conspire to preserve the frames aesthetic and aerodynamic lines. The wishbone seatstat gives a final nod to drag reduction by concealing the rear Red Aero Link brake caliper from the wind. We've built the bike with 25mm tires and recommend sticking with that size throughout the frame's life. They've effectively replaced 23s as the new racing standard due to the increased cornering traction and decreased rolling resistance inherent in tires with greater air volume.

 

  • Our in-house build of Pinarello's latest flagship frameset
  • Stiffer and lighter than the Tour-winning Dogma F8
  • All-purpose race geometry proven in sprints and high mountains
  • Equal parts aerodynamics, urgent handling, and stiff efficiency
  • Italian frame expertise and top-tier Japanese carbon fiber
  • Internal routing for mechanical and electronic drivetrains
  • SRAM's revolutionary electronic drivetrain eliminates wires
  • Zipp 404 NSW wheels update the brand's winning aero formula

 

2017 Pinarello Dogma F10 SRAM Red eTap Complete Road Bike

 

Toray T1100 1K Dream Carbon Fiber

Fork:

Onda

Fork Material:

Toray T1100 1K Dream Carbon Fiber

Headset:

1-1/8 - 1-1/2 in

Shifters:

SRAM Red eTap

Front Derailleur:

SRAM Red eTap

Rear Derailleur:

SRAM Red eTap

Crankset:

53 / 39 t SRAM Red GXP, 52 / 36 t SRAM Red GXP, 50 / 34 t SRAM Red GXP

Bottom Bracket:

[shell] Italian threaded, [adapter] SRAM GXP Team

Crank Arm Length:

170 mm, 172.5 mm, 175 mm

Cassette:

11 - 25 t SRAM XG-1190

Chain:

SRAM PC-Red

Brakeset:

SRAM Red Aero Link

Brake Type:

rim

Handlebar:

Zipp SL-70 Aero Carbon

Handlebar Width:

[42cm, 44cm, 46.5cm] 38 cm, [50cm, 51.5cm] 40 cm, [sizes 53cm, 54cm] 42 cm, [sizes 55cm, 56cm, 57.5cm, 59.5cm, 62cm] 44 cm

Bar Tape:

Arundel cork

Stem:

Zipp SL Sprint Carbon

Saddle:

Fizik Aliante R7

Seatpost:

Dogma Aero

Seat Collar:

TwinForce (integrated)

Wheelset:

Zipp 404 NSW Carbon Clincher

Hubs:

Zipp Cognition

Skewers:

9mm quick-release

Tires:

Vittoria Corsa G Plus

Tire Size:

700 c x 25 mm

Pedals:

not included

Claimed Weight:

[53cm, raw] 820 g

Recommended Use:

cycling

Manufacturer Warranty:

2 years on frame

 

GEOMETRY CHART

Dogma F10

 

Seat Tube

(c-t)

Effective Top Tube

(eTT)

Stack

(S)

Reach

(R)

Head Tube

(HT)

Head Tube Angle

(HTo)

Seat Tube Angle

(STo)

Bottom Bracket Drop

(BBD)

Chainstay

(CS)

42cm

41.5cm

49.8cm

49.3cm

35.1cm

10.5cm

69.15o

74.4o

6.7cm

40.6cm

44cm

43.5cm

50.3cm

50.1cm

35.7cm

11cm

70o

74.4o

6.7cm

40.6cm

46.5cm

45.5cm

51.5cm

51.2cm

37.3cm

11.5cm

70.5o

74.4o

7.2cm

40.6cm

50cm

48cm

52.5cm

52cm

37.4cm

12cm

71.4o

74o

7.2cm

40.6cm

51.5cm

49.5cm

53.5cm

52.7cm

38cm

12.5cm

72o

73.7o

7.2cm

40.6cm

53cm

51cm

54.5cm

54.2cn

38.6cm

13.9cm

72.5o

73.7o

7.2cm

40.6cm

54cm

52cm

55cm

55cm

38.6cm

14.7cm

72.8o

73.4o

7.2cm

40.6cm

55cm

53cm

55.7cm

56.1cm

38.9cm

15.8cm

72.8o

73.4o

7.2cm

40.8cm

56cm

54cm

56.5cm

56.9cm

39.1cm

16.5cm

73.2o

73o

7.2cm

40.8cm

57.5cm

55.5cm

57.5cm

58.4cm

39.7cm

17.9cm

73.7o

73o

7.2cm

40.8cm

59.5cm

57.5cm

58.7cm

61.2cm

39.4cm

21.5cm

73.4o

72.4o

6.7cm

40.8cm

62cm

61.5cm

62cm

65.1cm

41cm

25.5cm

73.4o

72o

6.7cm

41.1cm

 

 

 


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