HERE IS THE EIGHTH WONDER!
The eighth generation of DOGMA creates a play of words that can become a perfect advertising slogan: The Eighth Dogma … the eighth wonder of the world.
In the past two years, DOGMA 65.1 has been the most titled bike on the planet, winning the Tour de France twice, the World Championship and more than 100 Pro Tour races.
The Dogma 65.1 has been a best seller without precedent for Pinarello and is universally recognized as a benchmark in the world of high end Road Bikes.
Starting from these premises, you can imagine how difficult it was to improve this cult bike.
Pinarello LAB, TEAM SKY and JAGUAR created a working group where everyone brought his decisive contribution.
Team SKY with feedback from its athletes, Jaguar the Aerodynamics concerns CFD and Wind Tunnel testing, Pinarello LAB for cycling part, structural study and design. This synergy brought to light the Dogma F8.
“DOGMA F8 achieves new significant numerical data, but more importantly, maintains the unique driving feeling, which made previous Pinarello Dogma bikes unbeatable. Whoever rides the new F8 DOGMA, will immediately perceive the extraordinary work done by our team, in creating a streamlined and aerodynamic bike without losing the typical characteristics of DOGMA: a powerful and responsive bike for every track. “
- Carbon Torayca T1100 1K with Nanoalloy Technology
- Asymmetric Frame Integral System
- Onda 1” 1/8 – 1”1/2
- Think2 System
- Internal Cable Routing
- Drop in Bearing System
- Italian BB
- TwinForce Closure
- FlatBack Profile
- UCI Approved
Think2 by PinarelloLab
TORAYCA 65HM1K WITH NANOALLOY TECHNOLOGY
Toray has solved this problem by inventing a system that prevents microfractures from spreading and avoids immediate collapse with the neat rupture of the fibres.
The extraordinary Torayca Nanoalloy™ technology consists of nanoparticles embedded in the carbon fibre mesh that explode on impact to prevent the fibre from breaking.
Our current 50HM1K fibre is already 29% stronger on impact than conventional fibres. The new 65HM1K with Nanoalloy™ technology adds another 23% to that advantage, making it 59%
THE EFFECT OF THE PULL ON THE CHAIN
The push thrusts on the pedals are symmetric and opposite for left and right side thrusts. Conversely, the pull on the chain is the same in both cases and always applied to the right side of the frame. The result is that the overall deflection produced by the summation of the two stresses: