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    2012 Pinarello bikes

    Here are some very nice pictures on the 2012 Pinarello bikes.

    https://picasaweb.google.com/display...04376961030066

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    That was a lot of pics. Thanks Anthony!

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    A lot of great pictures! Finally we see some official pictures of Ultegra Di2 6770. Interesting how they made the FP Uno look like a FP3 except in hydroformed alluminum.

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    WOW thats just THE BOMB

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    The 2012 line up is great all carbon frames took major upgrades the us lines us a little different than the euro the ultegra di2 fpq will be 5500 there is also a paris version as well will post a full review when we return from treviso
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    What looks like a KOBH mold, but the Dogma name is on the down tube. What gives?


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    I think u are right!! It does look like a KOBH frame with a Dogma name on the down tube.

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    The link to that gallery was posted over a week ago in another thread.

    It looks like they renamed the KOBH, it is now Dogma K. Probably has more to do with branding/marketing than any design factor. The "Century Ride" decals suggest it may be marketed as a Dogma for non-racers. More comfortable and more relaxed handling are supposed to be KOBH traits.

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    I looked at other pix in the link and it seems to me that you're nailing it, Cinelli.
    The pro teams only used the KOBH for Roubaix this year, so it needs a marketing pitch which more clearly puts it in the Synapse/Roubaix/Infinito segment.

    Will they stick with the announced ROKH name for the lower cf grade version?

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    Not sure how long it has been up, but the Pinarello site now shows the 2012 line and the KOBH is gone (replaced by the DogmaK) but the Rokh is there. The original Dogma is still there as well but in fairly limited colors. Now that they have renamed the KOBH, I wonder if it's price will jump back up to Dogma levels.

    Will be curious to see what Dogma2 colors are coming to the US - hopefully, for my sake, they include 615 and 633.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycleboyco View Post
    Not sure how long it has been up, but the Pinarello site now shows the 2012 line and the KOBH is gone (replaced by the DogmaK) but the Rokh is there. The original Dogma is still there as well but in fairly limited colors. Now that they have renamed the KOBH, I wonder if it's price will jump back up to Dogma levels.

    Will be curious to see what Dogma2 colors are coming to the US - hopefully, for my sake, they include 615 and 633.
    Team Sky Rainforest Green
    Movi Bianco 620
    CDE 633
    Bianco 613
    POS Bianco 614
    BOB 612

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    Cinelli is right. No changes in the KOBH other than the name for that reason.
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    The old KOBH is the new Dogma K. It will not, however, be available in the US.

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    Thanks for the pictures.

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    Many thanks for the photos.

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    Nice bikes. Lousy graphics.
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    It seems like the paint/color schemes are great only on odd years....

    '07 nice, '08 not so great, '09 great, '10 less so, '11 great, '12 not so great....

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    For some reason I can't stop drooling Thanks for the pics..

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycleboyco View Post
    Not sure how long it has been up, but the Pinarello site now shows the 2012 line and the KOBH is gone (replaced by the DogmaK) but the Rokh is there. The original Dogma is still there as well but in fairly limited colors. Now that they have renamed the KOBH, I wonder if it's price will jump back up to Dogma levels.

    Will be curious to see what Dogma2 colors are coming to the US - hopefully, for my sake, they include 615 and 633.
    I'm looking at a 2012 ROKIH in Bicycling mag. ROKH down the fork and seat tube.
    Carbon,Steel,Aluminum or Ti,who really cares as long as we ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiegoMontoya View Post
    The old KOBH is the new Dogma K. It will not, however, be available in the US.
    That's a shame. It was on a very short list for me. Biggest problem finding a good LBS. Italy is definitely too far. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJBiker72 View Post
    That's a shame. It was on a very short list for me. Biggest problem finding a good LBS. Italy is definitely too far. ;)
    Every shop in the world is your LBS...Wiggle, Ribble, Shinybikes, they are all good

    Hell will freeze over before I deny myself a bike just because it's not imported here.

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    Anyone have a time frame for 2012 Paris in U.S.? I heard December, hoping it was sooner.

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    Carbon,Steel,Aluminum or Ti,who really cares as long as we ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shokhead View Post
    Thanks.

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    Its obvious now that the Rokh has sloping geometry. I sure hope it doesn't trickle to the other frames
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