Pinarello’s top-tier Dogma F10 road bike debuted last year, raced to wins at Milano San Remo, Strade Bianche, the Tour de France and the Vuelta a España, among others. Team Sky seems to have put in good results on the bike, so no need for major changes in 2018. Instead, Pinarello is overhauling the look with a series of pleasantly subdued gradient fade paint jobs.
2018 Pinarello Dogma F10 gradient fade road bikes
Pinarello rolled out several new Dogma F10 race bikes in 2017, starting with the first debut of the road racer in January, followed by the UCI approved disc version in mid-July, and a superlight F10X just under a week later. Then, after several Grand Tour wins, they even released some limited edition versions of the new bike.
Now for 2018 the bike gets six new gradient schemes developed in their Treviso, Italy factory – Ametista, Fluorite, Vulcano, Diamond, Diamond Blue, and Ambra.
Add those to the Team Sky replicas and carry over black, white & red variations.
The 820g asymmetric T1100 carbon Dogma F10 frame and Onda F10 fork are available on their own as a frameset or in a number of complete bike builds from Pinarello. The Dogma F10 can also be customized with Pinarello’s MyWay online tool, although it looks like the gradients aren’t yet available there. So far the new F10 Disk also does not look to get the new 2018 gradients.
The Dogma F10 is available in a wide 13 size range from 42-62cm, with size-specific layups to deliver the same performance for all riders.