This is previous Globe Winner Michał Kwiatkowski’s Pinarello Dogma F, which he will be racing at Paris-Roubaix this weekend.
The Polish rider will be taking on the Hell of the North for only the next time in his profession nevertheless will co-guide the Ineos Grenadiers right after not too long ago profitable Amstel Gold.
Chasing a next vocation Monument, after his 2017 Milan-San Remo triumph, Kwiatkowski will be driving the Pinarello Dogma F which looks remarkably typical looking at the terrain it will be facing this weekend.
Kwiatkowski will be riding a 52.5cm body with a saddle top of 70cm and saddle tip to bar size of 59cm.
The Dogma F will be geared up with the reasonably-new 12-velocity Shimano Dura-Ace R9200 Di2 disc groupset with Dura-Ace FC-R9200 electric power meter. The 31-yr-aged has opted for a 54/40 mixture at the entrance and an 11-34 cassette.
Ineos Grenadier group mechanics have mitigated in opposition to the danger of a chain bouncing off on the cobble by putting in a K-Edge chain catcher to the bike’s front derailleur braze-on.
On top of that, to avert rubbing and frame hurt from the even larger internal chainring, the Dogma has smaller piece of carbon glued to the chainstay. The Dogma F also has a carbon rear hanger for energy.
Like the relaxation of his team, Kwiatkowski will be jogging a set of matching Shimano Dura-Ace C50 wheels set up tubeless with Continental’s GP5000 S TR tubeless tyres in a modest 28mm width.
Ending kit is equipped by Pinarello’s in-house Most brand name in the form of the Talon cockpit which features a slim 38cm bar and extensive 130mm stem, carbon Elite Leggero bottle cages, a Garmin Edge 530 with out-entrance mount and 3D printed Fizik Antares Compared to Evo R1 Adaptive saddle.
Shots: Alex Duffill
Michał Kwiatkowski’s Pinarello Dogma F spec
• Frameset: Pinarello Dogma F
• Groupset: Shimano Dura-Ace R9200 12-speed, 54/40, 11-34
• Wheels: Shimano Dura-Ace C50 TR
• Tyres: Continental GP5000 S TR tubeless
• Cockpit: 38cm/130mm Most Talon aero cockpit, Most bar tape
• Seatpost: Pinarello Dogma F
• Saddle: Fizik Antares Compared to Evo R1 Adaptive
• Pedals: Shimano DuraAce
• Add-ons: Elite Leggero bottle cages
• Bodyweight: 6.45kg*
*This is definitely under the UCI pounds limit so either weight will be extra, or our scales are damaged. Possible the latter, as we’d anticipate this make to weigh more than that.
Michał Kwiatkowski’s Paris-Roubaix Pinarello Dogma F
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