Pinarello has today launched a new range of colourways for its range-topping road race bike, the Dogma F12.
The all-new 2020 Spring Collection sees three new models enter the Italian brand's race bike lineup, with schemes spanning Blue Steel, Sideral Grey, and Venice Blue.
Available in either rim or disc brake variants, the new colours can be bought as complete bikes with varying specs, or as framesets, should you wish to build your own.
The three new options, which will begin shipping at the end of March, are an addition to the already-extensive number of choices available for the Dogma F12 which can be obtained via the MyWay customisation program.
The Dogma F12 has won plaudits ever since its launch in May 2019, and has earned its place on our roundup of the best carbon road bikes. The F12 was raced to a Tour de France one-two by Team Ineos' Egan Bernal and Geraint Thomas in 2019.
- Tour de France bikes: Egan Bernal's Pinarello Dogma F12
- Tour de France bikes: Geraint Thomas' Pinarello Dogma F12
An even-more-premium F12 X-Light, which sees a modified carbon layup for a 60g saving, was ridden by Chris Froome on his return to racing at the Saitama Criterium, as well as Ben Swift at the UCI Road World Championships, and will be used extensively by the team throughout the upcoming 2020 season. We recently got a closer look at the bike of the team's new signing Rohan Dennis at the Tour Down Under, ahead of the WorldTour opener in Adelaide.
Further information on the new collection can be found at Pinarello.com
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Josh has been with us as Senior Tech Writer since the summer of 2019 and throughout that time he's covered everything from buyer's guides and deals to the latest tech news and reviews. On the bike, Josh has been riding and racing for over 15 years. He started out racing cross country in his teens back when 26-inch wheels and triple chainsets were still mainstream, but he found favour in road racing in his early 20s, racing at a local and national level for Team Tor 2000. He's always keen to get his hands on the newest tech, and while he enjoys a good long road race, he's much more at home in a local criterium.
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