It’s no secret that Pinarello bikes are fast as they are beautiful. The big question, however, is what makes them so?
Well, the engineers and designers at the Cicli Pinarello headquarters in Treviso, Italy demand only the best and work tirelessly to keep Pinarello bikes in front of the podium and their riders on the top step.
Technology and science are key in Pinarello’s mission to remain at the top of the cycling food chain. The result of that quest is the Dogma - a bike named after a set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true. In this case, the dogma is that the Dogma is the best racing bicycle on the market.
With seven Tour de France Championships in the past nine years, the Pinarello Dogma has a well-earned reputation regardless of the year in which it was made. Results matter and it’s hard to argue with the results shown year after year by the Dogma. Introduced in 2014 as the Dogma F8 and now in the Dogma F12, the model is almost universally accepted as the pinnacle of cycling performance.