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    Huge to astronomical? That Dogma should get all the Luddites having fits.
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    There was one of these in my local shop the last time I was there. I think it was about $20k.
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    If Pina can get that Bollide approved they can get anything approved. Fall or winter for sure.

    No doubt every other company has prototypes ready to go once the UCI gives the OK.

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    Dogma with disc brakes

    Those SRAM brake hoods look crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juzzy004 View Post
    Those SRAM brake hoods look crap.
    They'll fix that for Gen 2.
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    Amazing how fast that picture has circulated and become a topic of discussion even on local sites in just 24 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djrbikes View Post
    There was one of these in my local shop the last time I was there. I think it was about $20k.

    With disc brakes?
    3 road bikes, 2 MTB, 1 CX and 1 Fatbike....for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juzzy004 View Post
    Those SRAM brake hoods look crap.
    The Dura Ace Di2 hydro levers look a lot better. But I think Colnago or Giant are the only ones that have the prototypes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djrbikes View Post
    There was one of these in my local shop the last time I was there. I think it was about $20k.
    Not frikkin likely LOL. I want some of whatever you're smokin' dude.

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