No F number needed

As we head into the 2021 edition of the Tour de France we also get a new Pinarello Dogma for the iconic race. The new offering is the F and has no numeric labeling.  Many will rejoice that Pinarello still remains one of the few brands that has held onto the rim brake and released both a disc and rim brake version.

A few highlights over the F12 is the frame is 11% lighter. Close attention has been paid to the seat post, headset, fork, and the Talon cockpit, resulting in a saving of 265 grams compared to the DOGMA F12, while also being 12% stiffer around the bottom bracket. Improved aerodynamics providing significant watt savings. Further evidence of that devotion to performance can be seen in the updated ONDA fork, which was designed from scratch twice so that both rim brake and disc brake models could be as fast as possible.

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