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Ian Stannard's Pinarello Dogma F10 - Gallery

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Ian Stannard's Pinarello Dogma F10

Ian Stannard's Pinarello Dogma F10
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The new F10s share a paint job with Sky's new Castelli kits

The new F10s share a paint job with Sky's new Castelli kits
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Interestingly the Dogma F10s don't take advantage of direct mount brakes, opting for the new dual pivot version instead

Interestingly the Dogma F10s don't take advantage of direct mount brakes, opting for the new dual pivot version instead
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Stannard's C-50s are the older 9000 version

Stannard's C-50s are the older 9000 version
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According to Stages, Team Sky has the new 9100 cranks with power meters, but they decided not to use them in Australia

According to Stages, Team Sky has the new 9100 cranks with power meters, but they decided not to use them in Australia
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Just in case you forget who this bike belongs to

Just in case you forget who this bike belongs to
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Standard's saddle of choice is the Arione VS with the pressure relieving channel

Standard's saddle of choice is the Arione VS with the pressure relieving channel
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Shimano updated the ergonomics for the new 9170 shifters

Shimano updated the ergonomics for the new 9170 shifters
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But retained the same shift button set up, though the specific functions can be customized

But retained the same shift button set up, though the specific functions can be customized
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A K-Edge Garmin mount attached to 42cm Pro Vibe bars, in Team Sky colors of course (Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)

A K-Edge Garmin mount attached to 42cm Pro Vibe bars, in Team Sky colors of course (Colin Levitch / Immediate Media)
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Shrink-wrapped cables and a giant 140mm stem for Stannard

Shrink-wrapped cables and a giant 140mm stem for Stannard
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The new 9150 rear derailleur utilizes the minimal Shadow profile and direct mount and could easily be confused for the XTR mech

The new 9150 rear derailleur utilizes the minimal Shadow profile and direct mount and could easily be confused for the XTR mech
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Shimano has made the Di2 front derailleur sleeker looking, but with the all black motif the new group has a very Darth Vader and the Dark Side aesthetic to it

Shimano has made the Di2 front derailleur sleeker looking, but with the all black motif the new group has a very Darth Vader and the Dark Side aesthetic to it
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Stannard was running the older DA 9000 crankset

Stannard was running the older DA 9000 crankset
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As with the majority of the peloton, Stannard was rolling on Conti Competition 25c tubulars…

As with the majority of the peloton, Stannard was rolling on Conti Competition 25c tubulars…
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…and C-50 wheels

…and C-50 wheels
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The F10 features an integrated Di2 junction box

The F10 features an integrated Di2 junction box
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Since it was released, the new Pinarello F10 has been at the center of an intellectual property dispute with Taiwanese brand Velocite

Since it was released, the new Pinarello F10 has been at the center of an intellectual property dispute with Taiwanese brand Velocite
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The F10 sees Pinarello's trademark bendy fork and small foils behind the dropout

The F10 sees Pinarello's trademark bendy fork and small foils behind the dropout
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There is a fair bit of set back on the F10's seat post, even still, Stannard is running his saddle pushed back

There is a fair bit of set back on the F10's seat post, even still, Stannard is running his saddle pushed back
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This article originally appeared on BikeRadar

Ian Stannard and the rest of Team Sky road their first race of the season on the newly launched Pinarello Dogma F10. Designed around Shimano's new Dura-Ace 9100 groupset, the bike's concave down tube houses the transmission's internal battery and features an integrated E-Link port for charging and firmware updates.

This new frame design, which Taiwanese brand Velocite claims infringes on its intellectual property, is also said to improve aerodynamics by 12.6 percent over the Dogma F8. Pinarello's Bolide time trial frame features the same down tube design.

Similar to previous Pinarello frames, the F10 sees a fork that looks as though it was left in the oven a bit too long, and foils behind the dropouts, — first seen on Bradley Wiggins' Hour Record bike.

With deliveries of Shimano's new Dura-Ace 9150 Di2 delayed, Team Sky had the closest to a complete 9150 groupset of all the teams at the Tour Down Under. The only component missing was the new 9100 crank fitted with Stages power meters. According to Pat Warner, SVP of Stages Cycling, it has shipped the cranksets to Team Sky, but it appears the team decided not to bring them to Australia with Stannard and the rest of the team running the old DA 9000 cranks instead.

Standing 1.89m/6ft 2in tall, Stannard is riding a relatively small size for his height 57.5 frame, but compensates with a massive 140mm Pro Vibe Stem and 420mm Pro Vibe alloy handlebars. He's also riding 175mm cranks paired with 53-39T chainrings and an 11-28T cassette.

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