Having enjoyed incredible World Tour success with the F8 and the F10, the F12 aims to continue in the same vein. Unlike the previous generations, this bike has been designed from scratch for use with disc brakes and reduces drag by 7.3% whilst increasing bottom bracket stiffness by 10% compared to the F10.
So how much faster is the new Dogma F12? Aerodynamics of the new F12 have been improved overall by eight watts at 40kph compared to the F10. That has been made possible with a new integrated handlebar and stem that now hides all the cables, which are routed internally straight into the frame – Pinarello claims a five per cent drag reduction here. The Pinarello Dogma F12 Onda fork and Torayca T1100 carbon fibre frame has also been reworked to save a further 7.3 per cent compared to the F10.
This is your bike if you prioritize speed above all else. You know exactly what it’s like to be off the front, battling the wind in a solo break, and want all the free speed you can get. Go with the Dogma F12 if you want to harness the power and speed like Team INEOS, the winners of the Tour de France.
*Please note, the specific build in store may not be shown as pictured in the provided stock photo.*