Pinarello Dogma2 is the frame ridden by UCI WorldTour teams Sky Procycling and Movistar. The frame won the Tour de France 2012 with British rider Bradley Wiggins. Former world champion Mark Cavendish also won many stages with Pinarello Dogma 2.

Cicli Pinarello S.p.A. (1952-present) is an Italian bicycle manufacturer in Treviso, Italy. It supplies mostly handmade bicycles for road racing, track racing, and cyclo-x.

Bradley Wiggins riding his Pinarello Dogma2 at the Tour de France 2012
Bradley Wiggins riding his Pinarello Dogma2 at the Tour de France 2012. The 2012 Tour de France was the 99th edition of the race. It started in the Belgian city of Liège on 30 June and finished on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on 22 July. Bradley Wiggins (Team Sky) won the overall general classification and became the first British rider to win the Tour. Wiggins’s teammate Chris Froome placed second, and Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas-Cannondale) was third.

The Pinarello Dogma is the current-most top line of a bicycle made by Pinarello and was the first bicycle of a ‘new generation’ of frames, it is the successor to the Pinarello Prince range and was released for sale to the public first in 2010. The frames focus around a completely asymmetric design made entirely of 60HM1K carbon fiber with the right-hand side of the Dogma frame is different in shape and section to that of the left side, thus providing increased rigidity against forces placed upon the frame by the action of pedaling.

The company’s slogan is “Think asymmetric”. In 2011, the successor of Pinarello Dogma, Dogma 2 was revealed at the 2011 Tour de France. The Dogma2 featured aerodynamic improvements which increased the efficiency of the frame. Bradley Wiggins rode the Dogma2 to victory in the 2012 Tour de France. The most current generation of the Dogma bicycle is the Dogma 65.1 Think2.

Pinarello Dogma2 2013 617 POS Rosso
Pinarello Dogma2 2013 617 POS Rosso


M. Özgür Nevres

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