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2010 Pinarello Dogma 60.1 …Wow!!!

Old 07-31-09, 06:00 PM
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2010 Pinarello Dogma 60.1 …Wow!!!

No more cracked Princes. With the Dogma they might've solved that problem.

http://www.bikerumor.com/2009/07/27/...road-bike-wow/



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Old 07-31-09, 06:42 PM
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Nice. Is it me or have they toned down the curves on the seat stay and fork. It could be the top tube detracting.

Taking a cue from the Noah?
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Are you guys liking the white seat tubes and stems?
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Originally Posted by substructure View Post
Are you guys liking the white seat tubes and stems?
You mean seat post? And I don't like white stems. I'm not sure why. I like white bikes, white saddles, white tape, but I think white stems and white handlebars are ugly for some reason. Never really seen a white seatpost, so I'm not sure how I would feel.
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Old 07-31-09, 06:50 PM
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"You have to be fast to back up the sassy." - I ain't.

I like white. I've got a pair of sidi's in a box I can't wear cause I can stand the thought of a DFL in them.
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15.5k sticker price.

If I got one of those for free and sold it for the sticker price, I could pay off a ton of college loans!
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i personally dislike white stems, seatposts, handlebars ect... components like that should be black
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Do you think it would qualify for the "cash for clunkers" program? That would bring it down to 11K.
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i personally dislike white stems, seatposts, handlebars ect... components like that should be silver
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my shorts are wet.

someone buy me the black on black and the yellow.
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my shorts are wet.

someone buy me the black on black and the yellow.
Only if you show up with your shirt off.


























Kidding..... Gross, seriously. Put yer shirt back on!
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Only if you show up with your shirt off.

hahahahahahhahhahahahahahahahahhahahahhah
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Only if you show up with your shirt off.




Kidding..... Gross, seriously. Put yer shirt back on!
Damn!

ok, putting shirt back on...
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Damn!

ok, putting shirt back on...

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Wow, as in "Wow, they're still making ugly bikes" ?
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$15.5k is quite a lot. At first, I thought it was due to the Di2, but from looking at build prices (one example, Trek's Madone 6.9 builder) the Di2 apparently only a few hundred more then the SR11, which, with a $5.5k frame, doesn't quite bump it up into the 10's. I wonder how they came to that figure.
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Originally Posted by camhabib View Post
$15.5k is quite a lot. At first, I thought it was due to the Di2, but from looking at build prices (one example, Trek's Madone 6.9 builder) the Di2 apparently only a few hundred more then the SR11, which, with a $5.5k frame, doesn't quite bump it up into the 10's. I wonder how they came to that figure.
Easy. They just added $5k in pure profit, and they're using the same sort of marketing strategy that convinces people to buy $100/foot speaker cables for their stereos.
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Easy. They just added $5k in pure profit, and they're using the same sort of marketing strategy that convinces people to buy $100/foot speaker cables for their stereos.
You must have missed the $5500 wheelset that seems to come with the Di2 version that I'd seen in other pics.
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Easy. They just added $5k in pure profit, and they're using the same sort of marketing strategy that convinces people to buy $100/foot speaker cables for their stereos.
High-end stuff is expensive and some people don't think it's worth it? I'm shocked!
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Easy. They just added $5k in pure profit, and they're using the same sort of marketing strategy that convinces people to buy $100/foot speaker cables for their stereos.
you can tell a difference.

fortunately i stopped after paying $200 for patch cables. i have since then been reduced to that little fm feed from your mp3 player to your car radio.

you can tell a difference. i swear.

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Loving the wheels in the link..."MOST LIGHTWEIGHT"

As opposed to what, the "NOT QUITE SO LIGHTWEIGHT"?
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Loving the wheels in the link..."MOST LIGHTWEIGHT"

As opposed to what, the "NOT QUITE SO LIGHTWEIGHT"?
They're house branded lightweights.

If you don't know what Lightweight is, don't go to europe.
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
They're house branded lightweights.
Is there anywhere in the USA to buy Lightweights?
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Is there anywhere in the USA to buy Lightweights?
First you have to buy Google. Here.
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