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    why is the nose of your saddle pointing DOWN????

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    I know most of the Dogma owners are running Campy as their preference and I've noticed with some of the guys that I ride with have shoe rub on their cranks which is one of my biggest pet peeves. So I decided to take matter into my own hands. If you guys are interested, I've been making clear protective film for Campy cranksets so far. Email me if you are interested - alfredcruz@mac.com

    The blue sticker is just for show purposes only since the clear is kinda hard to capture on camera.

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    Here is my Caisse d' Epargne just built up.
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    Beautiful Build!!!! What a work of art!

    How much does it weigh? It looks like a 54cm - correct?

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    Thanks Spas!
    It came in a 15.1pds

    You were close on the size.. It is a 55cm. The Dogma runs a bit big.. I am just at 6 feet and I normally ride a 56 cm traditional or 52 sloping and I was professionally fitted to a 55cm

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    My new DOGMA 2011

    56cm DOGMA 2011 frameset
    Campagnolo Super Record 11s - 2011
    Campagnolo Shamal Ultra Wheels
    PantherFP Carbon saddle
    Jaguar XFC compact Handlebar
    Tigerlite Ultra 1K. Ultralight alu-carbon stem
    Keo Blade carbon pedals
    Vittoria open corsa evo cx
    Total Weight: 7 Kg.
    More photos: http://blog.creado.es
















    More photos: http://blog.creado.es

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    you cant do this to me so early in the morning! I have to go home now and change
    Ride More Talk Less
    - Caletti Cycles Custom Steel
    - 11 Nashbar Steel CX
    Terminal Pholocity

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    Quote Originally Posted by foofighter
    you cant do this to me so early in the morning! I have to go home now and change
    Thanks foo.... I needed a laugh... That's a perfect signature line. I can't stop laughing....

    BYW, foo - I am using your advice (from a different thread) to wear down my wife's defense system to see if I can procure a new ride. I've been lusting after some serious steel. I'll let you know if I'm able to bring home a new bike.
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    haha glad i can be of service!
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    2011 Dogma

    EH, so after seeing the last set of photos, I am just adding mine as an afterthought. Wow, I am in love with this bike though! Campy Super Record, Fulcrum Racing Zero's, Cinelli Ram Handlebar and white accents. Saddest thing about these photo's are that I actually work for Adobe
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    Dogma Photos

    Fixed
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    That is one beautiful machine.. I noticed the graphics are slightly different for 2011.. My Pina has Dogma 60.1 on the left side of downtube where yours just says Dogma.. Yours also has lettering slightly angled which looks great.. My bikes lettering is straight...
    I noticed this on the Movistar team bikes have your lettering and Team Sky bikes have my lettering.. Wonder why Pinarello is doing this? Unless Sky is riding 2010 frames again in 2011..

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    So many pretty doggies in here, figured I'd post mine with updated enve hoops & talon compact bar. I've had my share of high-end blingy bikes, but none compare to this.


    2012 Pinarello Dogma2 / SR11ti
    2010 Specialized SL3 S-Works / Red
    2008 Orbea Ordu TT / Red
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    1994 Pinarello Stelvio / C-R8
    1989 Pinarello Montello / C-R6

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    Rhauft!! Molto Bello!

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    Quote Originally Posted by enzo269
    Rhauft!! Molto Bello!
    Grazie mille Enzo. Il tuo Dogma e piu bello anche.
    2012 Pinarello Dogma2 / SR11ti
    2010 Specialized SL3 S-Works / Red
    2008 Orbea Ordu TT / Red
    2000 Pinarello Prince Team Banesto R10
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    1994 Pinarello Stelvio / C-R8
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhauft
    .... I've had my share of high-end blingy bikes
    That's an understatement!

    Every one you build is nicer than the one before!
    2012 Orbea Orca Gold. SRAM Red, Rolf Prima Ares 4
    2007 Orbea Orca. SRAM Force, HED Ardennes
    2010 Masi Soulville. SRAM Apex, Ritchey, Fizik
    2014 Felt F65X 'Cross SRAM Rival / Apex Avid disc brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by BunnV
    That's an understatement!

    Every one you build is nicer than the one before!
    Thanks Bunn! ...they say admission is halfway to the cure

    Already planning the next Pina, fly & ride
    2012 Pinarello Dogma2 / SR11ti
    2010 Specialized SL3 S-Works / Red
    2008 Orbea Ordu TT / Red
    2000 Pinarello Prince Team Banesto R10
    1997 Pinarello Vuelta Team Banesto / R10
    1994 Pinarello Stelvio / C-R8
    1989 Pinarello Montello / C-R6

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhauft
    Grazie mille Enzo. Il tuo Dogma e piu bello anche.
    Grazie!

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    I just got delivery this weekend...

    My buildup:
    54" Dogma 60.1 frame in BoB.
    Campy Chorus Groupset.
    PRO carbon handle bar
    LOOK Keo Blade pedals. Started off with 16Nm tension but was too much. Took it down to 12Nm.
    Fulcrum Racing 5 wheels. Hope to upgrade to Mavic Cosmics later.
    FIZIK Aliante Carbon saddle

    Some pics of the new ride:







    Totally chuffed - its by far the best frame Ive ever ridden...

    More pics soon...
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    Quote Originally Posted by diegogarcia View Post
    Loooooooovvvvveee it. So fast and capable. A very planted ride and delightful feel. I am literally over the moon with this machine that I think thats it for me for another few years. So, Dogma 54cm. Dura Ace throughout, Fizik Aliante carbon railed saddle, PRO Stealth all in one 42cm bars with 100mm stem (ex MTB'er) Fizik tape, Look Keo Carbon pedals. 1 x Tax Tao bottle cage. Thanks for looking.
    I just bought one of these (almost exactly the same bike and petrol is the colour), but I don't have it yet. Bike shop still have to receive and build it. Should have it sometime next week, and I will post pictures. Can't wait to ride the thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TampaUKfan View Post
    Campy Super Record 11
    TRP Brakes
    Lightweight Clinchers
    SRM with FSA cranks

    Beautiful in white

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhauft View Post
    So many pretty doggies in here, figured I'd post mine with updated enve hoops & talon compact bar. I've had my share of high-end blingy bikes, but none compare to this.


    Those ENVE wheels are sick!!!! I love them.

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    Might as well add my picture. This is my first entry into carbon, having ridden a Tommasini Super Prestige (Columbus SLX) for the past 22 years, so I was a bit fearful of the whole project. Therefore I built the bike very conservatively using parts I was familiar with, like Dura-Ace componentry and alloy bars/stem. Final weight as shown is 16.4 lbs.
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    beauty! I bet the Tommasini was a real beauty too!

    f.

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    Great thread... A dogma is on my dream-bike list.

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