Pinarello has launched the new F-Series race bikes, replacing the Prince in its range.
While the Dogma F remains the Italian brand’s flagship race bike, the new F-Series aims to bring the Dogma’s design philosophy to a more accessible price point.
The F-Series bikes will be available in three models – F9, F7 and F5 – with available groupsets ranging from Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9200 and SRAM Red eTap AXS for the F9, to Shimano 105 Di2 R7100 and mechanical Ultegra R8020 for the F5.
There are no Campagnolo-specced models for the new F-Series bikes.
The F-Series starts at €5,150 for the mechanical Ultegra-equipped F5, topping out at €11,900 for the F9 with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2.
Prices in the US and UK are not yet fully confirmed, with some models unavailable in certain territories.
Meanwhile, alongside the F-Series, Pinarello has also launched new X-Series endurance road bikes , which replace the Paris.Here, we’ll concentrate on the F-Series. We also had a chance to swing a leg over the new bike at its launch in Spain – you can read our Pinarello F7 first ride review . F-Series: a baby Dogma The new F-Series replaces the Prince in Pinarello’s range, and is pitched as the brand’s more accessible race bike.It features the same ‘competition’ geometry as the Dogma F and mimics its all-in-one race bike design approach, but tones down the carbon layup and consolidates some of its features.As a result, Pinarello claims the F-Series offers the same race bike behaviour, but without the price tag […]
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