JR’s 464 Pinarello Dogma

Front end of the bike, with the Pinarello logo

This is the second Pinarello Dogma that we’ve sold in one weekend. It took some time for us to receive this bike from our warehouse since it arrived during the Taipei International Cycle Show, but it was well worth the wait.

Dogma 60.1 logo

Contrary to the other Dogma that we had last week, this one is lighter. It weighs 1720g for the frame, fork, and headset.

The frame with the uncut for and headset on the scale

As the other Dogma frame was a 462 model, which is mostly white, we think that it has to do with the amount of paint on it. This one has less paint and quite a bit of clearcoat over raw carbon. It’s a beautiful frame.

60.1 carbon

This beauty is leaving for the US very shortly. We hope that YG will have a great time on this incredible frame.

Frame, fork, and headset

We took it out of the box just to take some photos, and it drew a crowd almost immediately.

View from under the fork

Side view

Front view

Pinarello Dogmas are available on order and in limited inventory stock. We’ve got a 464 in 420mm, 440mm and 500mm in stock right now and ready to ship to their new owners. Other colors and sizes are also available on order. We have the My Way customization process available from Pinarello, as well as the Shimano Dura Ace Di2 compatible frame. Send us an email at asteriskcycles@gmail.com or visit Asterisk*Cycles to find out more.

4 Responses to “JR’s 464 Pinarello Dogma”


  1. 1 Twain April 29, 2010 at 18:41

    How much extra does the DI2 compatible frames cost?
    Does this include the cable already routed?
    If it does then what else do you need to complete the groupset? I assume it would cost less than a full Di2 group set?
    If you are getting DI2 compatible frame is the my way colour scheme extra too.
    Thanks

  2. 3 Nick July 21, 2010 at 01:23

    I’m curious how the warranty works? The US distributor tells me there’s no warranty on product that isn’t sold through an authorized dealer; I didn’t see your shop name on their dealer list? Are you getting them from a dealer or from Pinarello directly?

    • 4 range July 21, 2010 at 07:48

      We get our frames and bikes through an authorized dealer here in Asia. Our frames come with a warranty, but for any issues, the frame has to be shipped back to us and we take care of it.


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