2014 Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think 2 – At the Top of Its Class

From unique, asymmetrical tube shapes to the Onda Front Fork’s waved design that reduces road vibration –  this bike raises the bar for all other race bikes!

 

James from Pinarello brings you the 2014 Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think 2!

One of the main features of the bike is that it is manufactured to incorporate both mechanical and electronic drivetrains.

65 means integrating 65 ton carbon which is the highest level of carbon used in a bicycle frame. There are plenty more features that make the Pinarello Dogma 65.1 great.

Pinarello utilizes the Onda front fork that helps the bike to displace the energy that would normally result in uncomfortable vibration and possibly pain when riding. This technology is also offered in the rear to once again divert the energy and save your sit bones.

Most manufacturers’ designs will make the shape and form exactly the same on both sides. Pinarello is the only manufacturer making the left and right side in completely different setups. On the drive side, the bike is a bit stiffer and a bit beefier to compensate for the 3 to 4mm of deflection caused by putting torque on the drivetrain.

As far as descending, Pinarello is known for having some of the nicest descending characteristics. The headtube is tapered from 1 1/8″ to a MONSTER 1 1/2″. Superior design makes for phenomenal descending and great overall riding characteristics.

At A Road Bike 4U, we can build this bike with whatever components you want. Campy, SRAM, Shimano, Electronic or Mechanical – we can do it, and so can the 2014 Pinarello 65.1 Think 2.

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