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2014 new Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Hydro Disc Brakes road carbon frame

2014 new Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Hydro Disc Brakes road carbon frame

DOGMA 65.1 HydroThe bike of Champions, the icon of road bikes, is now available also with disc brakes. Same geometries, the same identical feeling of riding, but with the addition of a new braking system. New fork descended from ONDA2 called ONDA HD (Hydraulic Disk).

New chainstays to accommodate the new RAD braking system derived from our DOGMA XC. The DOGMA 65.1 Hydro obviously uses Torayca 65Ton HM 1K with Nanoalloy technology, exclusively from the Japanese carbon giant, only for Pinarello. DOGMA 65.1 Hydro is available in 4 sizes and custom coloration .Pls let us kown your color or design drawings. Disc brakes in a granfondo soul magnificent! 2014 new Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Hydro Disc Brakes road carbon frame Specifications: Frameset :includ Frame +Fork+Seatpost+Clamp+Headset. Disc Brake Rear spacing is 135mm Size:48 51.5 54.5 56.5 CM . Headset : Top: 1-1/8″ ,Down:1-1/2″ BB:BB68 /BB30 /BSA Cable :Internal Cable Routing System. Both Mechanical and DI2 type .

Weight: Frame:1050 +/-50 g , Fork:400G +/-20 g . Weave :3K/12k/UD Test :CEN Test . Warranty : Two years .

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The big news in the road bike market this year is disc brakes, and Italian company Pinarello showed their cards at Eurobike with the launch of the new Dogma 65.1 Hydro, a disc-equipped version of the bike that

has clinched the last two editions of the Tour de France. This isn’t a replacement for the regular Dogma, far from it, but instead a new addition to the Dogma range. Changes over the regular Dogma are clear. Key features both have in common are the Torayca 65-ton 65HM1K Nano-alloy carbon fibre it’s made from, and the asymmetric design – although that is noticeably less apparent than before. The Dogma was originally made with a much chunkier chainstay on the driveside to handle the higher forces on that side of the bike, but the disc brake means the non-driveside now has higher forces to handle. The Onda HD fork is an all-new design, with far less wavy legs than we’ve become used to. The geometry is identical to that of the regular model. As we’ve already alluded to, the Dogma 65.1 Hydro has new chainstays, with the same RAD (Rear Arm Disc) rear disc mount as found on their DogmaXC 9.9 mountain bike frame. The post mounts are moulded to the chainstays, leaving the seatstays to provide better vibration damping, according to Pinarello. Think 2 ensures compatibility with all groupsets and braking systems. The hydraulic hoses are internally routed, the rear hose entering the chainstay a couple of inches away from the caliper, while up front the hose passes through the entire length of the fork leg. There are tidy little barrel adjusters on the gear cables, just where they enter the frame. The Dogma 65.1 Hydro will be offered in three builds; Shimano Dura-Ace hydraulic disc SRAM Red 22 Hydro (as pictured) and a Dura-Ace Di2 with TRP Hy/RD hydro brakes. The latter is the model I rode, shod with Vision Team 30 wheels, Continental Special Edition tyres and a MOST (Pinarello’s inhouse brand), one-piece carbon fibre handlebar and stem, with a matching seatpost and pointy Selle Italia saddle. If one thing is going to force you to ride fast, it’s that saddle. Unlike the Storck Aernario with its bolt-thru axles front and rear, the Pinarello has regular quick release axles. First ride: Fantastic ride with fast handling I was fortunate to get a first ride on the new Dogma 65.1 Hydro at Eurobike, during one of Rapha’s organised evening rides. The roads around this part of southern Germany are beautiful. It’s not an area anywhere near the top of most people’s list of must-ride locations, but it really is worth consideration if you’re looking for somewhere quiet with rolling undulating, traffic-free roads set against a gorgeous backdrop. Hugging the coast of Lake Konstanz to being we, we soon head inland into the lush countryside with fields brimming with tall hop plants, apple and plum trees. There’s a fruity smell hanging in the air. The roads are gloriously smooth, the hills short and brief, and the quality of the riding is superb. This area of Germany has won me over Anyway, enough about the location… The new Dogma 65.1 Hydro immediately impresses with handling that is refined, engaging and sharp. The frame stiffness is impressive. It’s balanced from the fork to the rear end, which makes it track through tight bends and sweeping fast corners with accuracy and stability. You’re able to propel it through tight bends and fast open sweepers with pinpoint accuracy, and it offers confidence in just how far you can lean it over on the tyres.

The ride is smooth. Despite the stiffness, there’s no harshness to detect through the contact points. It would be interesting to ride it on typical UK roads because these German roads offer little to challenge a bike’s potential to offer comfort. The steering felt a little nervous at first, a bit lively, but after some time I became comfortable with it. This is a race bike after all, and it earns that tag well on this short ride. It requires you to be switched on, alert and engaged. There’s so much that impresses about the ride, and I’m left knowing I need to arrange a longer test ride on the Dogma 65.1 Hydro, and especially on roads I’m more used to. And the disc brakes? And what of the disc brakes? Never has a new technology so divided opinion. One thing’s for sure, disc brakes on road bikes are here to stay, but it’s clear that rather than wipe out caliper rim brakes, they’ll be offered as an option. And when was choice ever a bad thing? I rode a Dogma 65.1 Hydro with TRP’s new Hy/Rd brakes, with a 160mm front rotor and 140mm rear. These are really interesting brakes. They’re a self-contained design, the reservoir containing the hydraulic fluid mounted to the caliper with the brake cable running all the way to the caliper. As such they can be used with any mechanical brake lever. Such an approach is smart. It means you can use your favourite brake levers.

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Frameset(frame+seatpost+fork) Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think2 Handle bar Most carbon handleabr wheelset 50mm carbon clincher Chainwheel/crankset shimano‐ULTEGRA ‐DI2 6770 seat tube shimano‐ULTEGRA ‐DI2 6770 freewheel shimano‐ULTEGRA ‐DI2 6770 chain shimano‐ULTEGRA ‐DI2 6770 brake lever shimano‐ULTEGRA ‐DI2 6770 v‐brake shimano‐ULTEGRA ‐DI2 6770 saddle MOST Carbon Saddle tires/tyre MAXXIS /Kenda inner tube MAXXIS /Kenda Bottle cage 2PCS Carbon bottle cage pedal shimano 540 Velcro chain head parts light headset carbon dust seal streamer Road bicycle bar seat post clamp Aluminum Alloys brake cable housing JW Hub Novatec hub spoke ctop flat spoke Assemble cost Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think2 complete bike Shipping Cost Total Price

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