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    Not buying one until Pinarello get rid of those stupid dots on the front end.

    Would buy a white F10 like Henao's if they put direct mount brakes on it.

    Come on Pinarello, even Colnago has direct mounts on their C60!

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    I really like some of the new GAN and Dogma paint schemes, but it seems weird that they are still making bikes that they claim only have a max tire clearance of 23mm and I am with you on the need for DM brakes. Love the tube shapes though.
    Every climb has its end, for verily with difficulty there is relief...

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    23??? I have 25s on my Dogma no problem.

    I would love a K8 (not the K8S). Tried ordering one, no luck.

    Pinarello has all kinds of bikes in their catalog that nobody ever has for sale. I think they only make prototype samples for their Japan and Taiwan shows.

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    Interesting that they've dropped the Rokh (and its little brother/sister, the Razha K) and with it the "cyclosportif" geometry - shorter, higher, longer wheelbase. So, no equivalent of the likes of Roubaix, Synapse etc.

    Presumably they've done their homework on who buys Pinarellos and why, but love my Rokh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bing181 View Post
    Interesting that they've dropped the Rokh (and its little brother/sister, the Razha K) and with it the "cyclosportif" geometry - shorter, higher, longer wheelbase. So, no equivalent of the likes of Roubaix, Synapse etc.

    Presumably they've done their homework on who buys Pinarellos and why, but love my Rokh!
    I think the Dogma and GAN K and Gravel Series are supposed to replace those. I think they are still very much in the mix.
    Every climb has its end, for verily with difficulty there is relief...

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    Well spotted, I didn't see those. However, materials and design might be a bit different, but they're basically the Gan geometry, which isn't as tall/short as the Rokh was.

    Size 56, Reach Stack

    Gan: 390.00 575.00
    Gan K: 388.47 575.74
    Rokh: 379.00 582.00

    K geometry is also slightly longer at the rear, 415 as opposed to 410 on the standard Gan geometry, and even longer than the Rokh (413).
    Last edited by bing181; 09-05-2017 at 09:27 AM.

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