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    Quote Originally Posted by hambike View Post
    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.
    Nice Dogma. Thanks for posting the weight. I got a Dogma 60.1 two or three days ago and haven't even been able to ride it yet due to a combination of grim weather and working all daylight hours of the day. Anyway, I was surprised by the weight of my new bike when I put it on the scales. It's 16.1 pounds, and I thought with full dura ace and good (expensive) corima aero wheels, the machine would be about 15 pounds, but I was wrong. Appears the frame isn't one of the lightest, but I'm told the way the bike handles makes up for it.

    Anybody else want to post their dogma's weight? I'm curious if they all tend to come in at 16 pounds with dura ace components.

    I will be posting a picture of the machine once I actually get a chance to take a picture of it in daylight.

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    Took the Dogma out for its inaugural ride today and it feels nice. Really rigid compared to my older giant defy advanced 1. Just has a much faster feel too.

    I still have to decide on the final height of the bars so still got loads of spacers in.






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    looks great Cyclin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclin View Post
    Took the Dogma out for its inaugural ride today and it feels nice. Really rigid compared to my older giant defy advanced 1. Just has a much faster feel too.

    I still have to decide on the final height of the bars so still got loads of spacers in.
    What size is the frame?

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    Very nice looking bike! I start building up my Dogma tomorrow. Looking at you set up I was wonderig what size the frame is? It looks like you could have gone with a smaller frame!

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    I have just started my build.......roughed in the saddle/bar height.
    I will use the Eurus wheels, but will change the old Michelin tires to a new set of black Schwalbe Ultremos.
    I just ordered a Campy Super Record 11 for the build.

    Cheers
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    dogma are spectacular! go ahead Pina!

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    Sic looking bikes...I hope to be riding on a Pinarello one day...

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    here's my POS Dogma on DI2, Rotor 3d, Q rings, eecycles brakes, evo pro bars, garmin 800, dura ace pedals, prologo scratch saddle, Nissan GTR car stand and hutchies

    have a bit over a 1k saddle time on it


    hope you like
    Last edited by Orlando-333; 12-11-2011 at 09:00 AM.

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    here's mine:
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    Very clean and solid build, well done!
    Only thing I would like to see is the wheels without the decals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankie13 View Post
    Very clean and solid build, well done!
    Only thing I would like to see is the wheels without the decals.
    Thanks! Strange thing about these wheels are the decals appear to be either heat treated, laminated, or something. I can't find an edge to grab hold on to and peel.

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    Well, the decals on my HED and Reynolds came of very easy. Two minutes and they where gone, don't have any experience with Eastons.

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    I know what you mean, a had a pair of Mavic Cosmic Carbone SLs that had the stickers starting to peel off. These on the Eastons are different. I wonder if someone can shed light on actually how the decals are applied.

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    I think it looks great with the decals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BunnV View Post
    I think it looks great with the decals.
    Thanks BunnV!

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    Here is my 2011 Dogma 60.1 BOB before the build tonight. I can't decide whether to get those Zipp 404's or get the temporary wheels and wait for Cosmics or camps.

    Full pics of the build tomorrow. Any suggestions?
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    404 firecrest
    Great wheels. And will look fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by razorz View Post
    Here is my 2011 Dogma 60.1 BOB before the build tonight. I can't decide whether to get those Zipp 404's or get the temporary wheels and wait for Cosmics or camps.

    Full pics of the build tomorrow. Any suggestions?
    I vote for new couch! ;)

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    Haha that couch is at the bike shop ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mykol77 View Post
    I wonder if someone can shed light on actually how the decals are applied.
    My Shimano C35s are silkscreened, Easton is probably the same. No way to peel the markings off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinelli 82220 View Post
    My Shimano C35s are silkscreened, Easton is probably the same. No way to peel the markings off.
    I see, I thought they were laminated or something to that effect. In any case although they don't peel off they make the labels on the wheels more "integrated" because I'd rather have this than the look of stickers that start curling from the edges.

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    Dogma 965x663.jpg

    Just testing my upload ability...hey it worked woohoo!!!

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    Another vote for the Firecrests - with the BoB, I would get the Beyond Black version available for 2012 - you can also just buy the Beyond Black decals from Zipp online if you end up with the set that's in your pic. 303s would also look good-I am debating between the 303 and 404 FCC for my Dogma. Good luck!

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    Finally got my missing parts to finish the build.

    Here is a list of the components:

    Frame: 2012 Dogma2 (51.5cm)
    Handlebar: Most Talon integrated (120x42)
    Shifters: 2011 Record
    Crank: 2011 Super Record titanium spindle (53/39)
    Front Derailleur: 2011 Record
    Rear Derailleur: 2011 Record
    Brakes: Super Record Skeleton
    Cassette: 2011 Record (12/27) both wheels
    Chain: 2011 Record 11s
    Cables: Campagnolo shift/brake
    1st Wheel set: 2011 Hed Stinger6 rear with Powertap Pro+, Front 2011 Hed Stinger4
    2nd Wheel set: 2009 Campagnolo Bora Ultra two
    Tires: Continental Sprinter tubular (22mm) on the Hed wheels
    Continental Grand Prix 4000 Black Chili tubular (22mm) on the Bora Ultra two
    Brake Pads: Swiss stop yellow for carbon rims
    Skewers: Tune 14
    Seat post: Pinarello Dogma2
    Paddles: Look Blade (16NM)
    Saddle: Specialized Romin Pro (143mm)
    Bar tape: Pinarello
    Computer: Joule 2.0
    Bottle Cages: RavX carbon

    I will not be able to ride the bike until the 4th of January next week-year.
    Very happy how the bike turned out.
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