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You've dreamt of it. You’ve envisioned it. You've built it, piece by piece, in your mind. It's your dream bike. It rides smoothly, handles sharply, and climbs effortlessly. All told, it's probably a lot like the 2016 Pinarello Dogma F8. Having been ridden to multiple pro-tour victories – including back-to-back Tour de France wins under Chris Froome – the F8’s pedigree trumps that of virtually all other superbikes. And it’s not just a collection of superlatives. Co-developed along with Jaguar’s Formula One team, the F8 is also one of the most aerodynamic bikes in its class. With all this going for it, and multiple versions available, as well as full customization possibility, it really is a dream machine. Contact R&A today to discuss yours.
While ready for extremely aggressive riding when necessary, the F8's geometry and ride quality are still neutral enough to be comfortable for relatively long rides.
Pinarello's Flatback tube shape is the most intelligent possible blend of aerodynamics and stiffness, granting the frame structural integrity and efficiency at the same time
To maintain its mission of clean aerodynamics, all cable routing is internal on the F8, whether your drivetrain is mechanical or electronic. Keeps things looking sharp, too.
The F8's OndaFork ("onda" means "wave" in Spanish) is key to the bike's impeccable handling. The fork is aerodynamic and offers smooth ride quality, yet maintains stiffness at the axle, which you'll feel when it comes time to stand up and pedal hard.