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    Official Pinarello Dogma height vs size

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    Hello,

    I want to buy the same bike. I'm 1m75 and i have a saddle height of 70 cm. i seen that you have a 54 with a 90 mm stem. I had for myself a 50 in mind.Is a 54 not to big?
    Hi Phildhom,

    Every bike fitter will tell you a different fit. I have recently gone with a very reputable fitter and thus far his advice worked for me.

    I felt that 54cm is a good size for me because I have tried various bikes (not Pinarello) ranging from 53cm to 56cm. So how 54cm fit a lot better than the other 2. The 54cm Dogma 60.1 gives me just enough head tube height so I don't have a funny looking stem style, it feels a lot more stable around the corner and in terms of cockpit space, it feels just right for me (i.e. 53cm - too cramped and not enough head tube height. 56cm - too stretched and I don't have much control over it).

    The reason that I run a 90mm stem is because my arms are approximately 2cm shorter than your average person (i.e. 84cm vs 86cm).

    For your information, I'm in the process of purchasing a Colnago C59, the geometry that I'm going with is a 50 sloping, which equates to a 53.5cm. I'm hoping that I can run a 100mm or 110mm stem to dumb down the responsiveness and reduce the reach slowly for climbing.

    Also, you will need to bear in mind that each Dogma series has different geometry. You will need to check carefully before purchase. From memory, Dogma 2 and Dogma 65.1 are slightly longer than the 60.1.

    Furthermore, to throw the spanner into the work, I also have a Pinarello Quattro (commuter), which is a 55cm geometry. My fitter have managed to mimic the setting on 60.1 and transfer it across. It felt exactly the same, in terms of bike setting.

    My advice to you would be go and visit a number of reputable bike fitters. Have a chat with them and see who you are most comfortable with and get a bike fit down on the jig before pulling the trigger on a expensive bike.

    Hope the above helps you with your decision making.

    Below is the photos of my 2 bikes. The 60.1 is on my finally setting. The Quattro is before the setting.

    Official Pinarello Dogma height vs size-imageuploadedbytapatalk1392755529.448198.jpg

    Official Pinarello Dogma height vs size-imageuploadedbytapatalk1392755557.033603.jpg

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    Model: Dogma 65.1 Think 2
    Size: 51.5
    Ht: 5'8"
    Stem: Ritchey WCS 110

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    I'm 6 ft tall with a 32 1/2 inch inseam. I ended up on a 55cm 65.1 with a 100mm stem. I honestly could have gone with a 54 with a 110 or 120mm stem. But with my previous Roubaix having such a tall headtube, I wanted to keep the stem height/angle in check on the Dogma so went with the larger frame.
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    Dogma F8
    Rider height - 5' 8"
    Frame size - 47

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    Official Pinarello Dogma height vs size

    Dogma 65.1
    Rider Height = 5'8.5" (174cm)
    Frame Size = 51.5
    Stem = 3T ARX 110mm
    Last edited by K Dub Cycle; 06-01-2015 at 10:27 AM.

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    2015 Dogma 65.1
    Rider Height: 5' 7"
    Frame Size: 47

    Fits and rides like a dream!

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    Dogma F8
    Frame: 47cm
    Height: 5'6.5"
    Stem: 110mm

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    Dogma FPX
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    Hi there,
    this is a amateur cyclist from Taiwan.

    I have started a new tread asking about dogma sizing and then just found this thread.
    Have been on my TCR advanced 2 (size:M) for about 6,000km.
    Now considering a premium road bike for my next ride.
    Happened to see a stock clearance of Dogma 65.1 in a local shop.
    However, the only size they are offering is 51.5 (top tube:53.5cm)
    My geo is as follows
    Height: 178cm
    Inseam: 85cm

    I think i will definitely need a 13cm stem. Will such fit me well?
    Look forward to your opinions. Thanks!

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    My Height: 71 inches
    Bike Inseam: 32.5 inches
    Arms: 28 inches

    I ordered a frame with F8-like geo in size 55. The handle bar is a 420mm Bontrager XXX Aero.

    Any recommendation on the stem length for a relaxed position?

    I was thinking about a 110mm.

    Thanks,
    Desh

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaz44 View Post
    2015 Dogma 65.1
    Rider Height: 5' 7"
    Frame Size: 47

    Fits and rides like a dream!
    I what size stem are you using?

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    2016 Dogma F8
    Rider height: 5' 10" (178cm)
    Frame Size: 53

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