There’s a Dogma, Dogma Hydro and this disc-equipped cobblestone racer. Curved seatstays, round seatpost and a taller front end help make this bike perfect for long days in the saddle. Stuff some 28c tires in there and you could even grind some gravel roads. The frame shape is most similar to the Rokh which is notoriously comfortable, but these are molded with the high-test 65.1 Torayca carbon found exclusively in the Dogma family.
Think 2, Pinarello’s cable port system, is fully utilized when running hydraulic brakes and electronic shifting. The fork also features internal routing for the front brake line, keeping things looking clean.
This was built to handle Portland’s hills and those rough roads you never think about until body parts go numb. The smart move was running the new 6800/6870 Ultegra Di2 drivetrain featuring the GS (mid length) rear derailleur to handle the 11-32 cassette. The low gearing combined with the remote climbing shifter will get you over any hill and Shimano’s R785 hydraulic disc brakes offer you the piece of mind to get back down in a hurry!
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