This article originally appeared on BikeRadar
New bikes from Treviso are coming thick and fast this summer, with the new Pinarello Dogma K10 endurance road bike the latest machine announced by the storied Italian brand.
Following on the heals of the Dogma F10 that is being raced by Team Sky at the Tour de France, the Dogma K10 mixes aero shaping with endurance geometry.
Like most endurance bikes, the Dogma K10 has a relatively taller and slacker head tube, a longer wheelbase, and clearance for 28mm tires.
From the F10, the K10 borrows aero designs like the ovalized tubing, the concave trailing edge of the down tube, and the 'Fork Flap' fairings that extend behind the fork's dropouts.
The new Dogma K10 also gets Pinarello's down tube integration of the Shimano Di2 junction box.
The bike will be available in 10 sizes, from 44 to 59.5c, in white/orange, black/red and black.
For now, a disc model has not been officially announced, but it seems inevitable. Pinarello has a Dogma K8-S Disk, and the brand just announced a Dogma F10 Disk. Also, Glory Cycles just posted an image of a Dogma K10-S Disk this week. We asked Pinarello about this model, but have not received an answer.
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