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    Dogma 2 Report

    This is a very detail report on the Dogma 2 from Japan:
    http://www.cyclowired.jp/?q=node/62418
    And there are many photos................enjoy !!!
    The Movistar looks very nice too.
    http://www.cyclowired.jp/?q=node/62572
    Last edited by AuYeung; 07-07-2011 at 06:25 PM.

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    gorgeous
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    Very nice pics. I let Google translate the Japanese to Norwegian for me, and what in Japanese probably means "top of the heap" came out as "top of the garbage".

    Oh well. Could I have it with yellow instead of red, please?

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    Thumbs up

    Surprised they didn't use some kind of press in BB like BB86. Very avant-garde in all other aspects.
    Might break down and try one.

    (And rep for the obscure link.)

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    Great post!!

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    i like the new paint job as well, less asymmetric
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    wait only 30 grams difference? interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by vboy19 View Post
    wait only 30 grams difference? interesting
    Thats the only problem with the Dogma it is way too heavy.

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    Nice link but does the '2' only ride on Econo wheels? Also I thought we already saw the '2' in the TDF - IE Save the Rain Forest DOG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Dog View Post
    Thats the only problem with the Dogma it is way too heavy.
    haha, i can attest to that, i have the current version, and tried my best to build it light without getting into the unrideable category, reach 14lbs. This new version looks nice, think i may swap frames

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    What a nice looking bike. Love the color, and would love to see it in blue.

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    I want the green and black one.

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    interesting how they now have internal derailleur cables in the down tube...

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    Dogma 2

    Saw these being tested in the R&D dept. last September. They were very hush hush about it.
    No name or graphics on the frame and they would only let me peek with my camera safely in my pocket.
    At the time, I presumed it would be an all new frame, not a 2nd generation Dogma.
    I do like it, but not enough to want it over my now obsolete, out of date 2011 Dogma.
    If they'd pulled 200gr. off it, I'd be extremely tempted.
    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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    I just love the blk/green sky edition, and the new red color combo. wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by vboy19 View Post
    haha, i can attest to that, i have the current version, and tried my best to build it light without getting into the unrideable category, reach 14lbs. This new version looks nice, think i may swap frames
    I really hope you are kidding with this post. So I assume that the UCI limit of 15 pounds is a boat anchor to you and TBone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enzo269 View Post
    I really hope you are kidding with this post. So I assume that the UCI limit of 15 pounds is a boat anchor to you and TBone.
    no it's not, just noting that the frame was very heavy for the price range it is in. I wanted my dream build and if i was going to spend a crazy amount on the bike I would like it a certain weight/build. It's all a matter of opinion, desire. I love the bike it rides amazingly well.

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