Pinarello launches new, slimmer Dogma F, complete with “aero-keel” and a lifeline for rim brake lovers

New pinarello dogma f
(Image credit: Pinarello)

The Pinarello Dogma has been a peloton staple for years, and while the Specialized Tarmac rivals it for longevity, few other bikes have become as synonymous with a single team as the Dogma with Team Sky and latterly the Ineos Grenadiers. This is the 13th Dogma since 2005, and has been designed both with and for the nominally British team.

The detail shots that featured in my bumper Dauphiné tech gallery appeared to show pretty marginal changes on the surface, which isn't a great surprise from a brand that has such a distinctive silhouette for its flagship machine. It's safe to say the gains are marginal, as is befitting a bike for a team that pioneered marginal gains as a concept, but marginal or not, some interesting things are going on.

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Will Jones
Senior Tech Writer

Will joined the Cyclingnews team as a reviews writer in 2022, having previously written for Cyclist, BikeRadar and Advntr. He’s tried his hand at most cycling disciplines, from the standard mix of road, gravel, and mountain bike, to the more unusual like bike polo and tracklocross. He’s made his own bike frames, covered tech news from the biggest races on the planet, and published countless premium galleries thanks to his excellent photographic eye. Also, given he doesn’t ever ride indoors he’s become a real expert on foul-weather riding gear. His collection of bikes is a real smorgasbord, with everything from vintage-style steel tourers through to superlight flat bar hill climb machines.