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Sky Dogma

saw2saw2 Posts: 6
edited August 2010 in Your road bikes
Had this about a week now after 6 months waiting for the frameset. Absolutely brilliant:

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57.5cm Dogma Di2 frameset
Full Dura Ace Di2 Groupset (inc. Carbon Chainset) with Satellite Shifter
HED Stinger 4 Wheels with Veloflex Carbons
Prologo Scratch Pro Nack Saddle
PRO Vibe Monocoque Carbon bars
PRO Carbon Stem Cavendish Series
Look Keo Blade Carbon Pedals
PRO 3K carbon cages x 2
Garmin 500

Few more shots before wheels decals went on:

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  • dodgydodgy Posts: 2,890
    Hello from dvdf :)

    Lovely bike!
  • aneesh99aneesh99 Posts: 67
    Stunning.... :)
    09 Iron Horse 6Point4
    05 Kona King Kikapu
  • saw2saw2 Posts: 6
    Cheers - Hi Dodgy!
  • turnerjohnturnerjohn Posts: 1,249
    Looks awesome !
    Where you get DuraAce carbon cranks from ?
    Take it you got the Sky Team kit to go with it?...wouldnt be right otherwise :o
  • rakerake Posts: 3,281
    di2 probably carbon.
  • saw2saw2 Posts: 6
    turnerjohn wrote:
    Looks awesome !
    Where you get DuraAce carbon cranks from ?
    Take it you got the Sky Team kit to go with it?...wouldnt be right otherwise :o

    I bought the groupset with carbon cranks from jedi-sports in Germany earlier in the year when it was cheap(er).

    I have got the Kask helmet and team mitts and socks but mainly because, like the frame, it matches my club kit:
    http://www.vcmontpellier.com
  • turnerjohnturnerjohn Posts: 1,249
    saw2 wrote:
    turnerjohn wrote:
    Looks awesome !
    Where you get DuraAce carbon cranks from ?
    Take it you got the Sky Team kit to go with it?...wouldnt be right otherwise :o

    I bought the groupset with carbon cranks from jedi-sports in Germany earlier in the year when it was cheap(er).

    I have got the Kask helmet and team mitts and socks but mainly because, like the frame, it matches my club kit:
    http://www.vcmontpellier.com

    Ha all know how Shimano prices have crept up !
    Your club looks top ! Ive lived in Worcester for 2 1/2 years and not found a club I like...shame Im moving to London ! May try to get to a Saturday ride beforehand...will keep a look out for your bike :D
  • leeroy72leeroy72 Posts: 330
    Very nice indeed... 8)
    Find your limits...and then exceed them frequently
  • bristolpetebristolpete Posts: 2,255
    Stunningly awesome ....

    And you could eat your tea on that Cav stem. Love it.
  • lucky censored !!

    lovely bike!!
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  • bendertherobotbendertherobot Posts: 11,684
    Where's those sticker to Willis? ;)
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  • sort the bottles :D
  • markmodmarkmod Posts: 501
    Coooo wow that is a bike and a half. Beautiful!!!
  • nicensleazynicensleazy Posts: 2,310
    Very nice.....I like the plain black wheels
  • ermm...if you don't mind me asking...how much did that cost altogether?! :P
  • Absolutely stunning and I bet the pictures don't do it full justice...this bike lives in a different world to me and i am very jealous...you lucky lucky man!
  • brakeleverbrakelever Posts: 161
    what a truly lovely bit of kit , you lucky person , sorry but the green eyed god has taken hold , makes my f4.14 look ancient . :lol:
  • saw2saw2 Posts: 6
    ermm...if you don't mind me asking...how much did that cost altogether?! :P

    Almost exactly £1 per gram of weight!
  • dodgydodgy Posts: 2,890
    saw2 wrote:
    ermm...if you don't mind me asking...how much did that cost altogether?! :P

    Almost exactly £1 per gram of weight!

    Good answer 8)
  • AndyD2574AndyD2574 Posts: 1,034
    Very nice piece of kit mate!!

    Lovely :D
    Specialized S Works Venge
    Argon18 E114
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  • rajMANrajMAN Posts: 429
    saw2 wrote:
    ermm...if you don't mind me asking...how much did that cost altogether?! :P

    Almost exactly £1 per gram of weight!

    That's 100 times cheaper than, ahem, herion!! Bargain!
  • One beautiful looking machine.

    Can I have a go please....pretty please. 8)
  • rakerake Posts: 3,281
    Landyandy wrote:
    One beautiful looking machine.

    Can I have a go please....pretty please. 8)
    you forgot to add, ' how do i work these gears again'.
  • saw2saw2 Posts: 6
    rake wrote:
    Landyandy wrote:
    One beautiful looking machine.

    Can I have a go please....pretty please. 8)
    you forgot to add, ' how do i work these gears again'.

    Actually the satellite shifter buttons do work the opposite way round from how you would expect.

    It does take a while to get used to just a light tap rather than pushing the whole lever, especially if you are coming off dura ace 7900, but it is all so easy, smooth and slient - just the odd chirp when the front mech trims when you change rings or go across several cogs on the cassette.

    The main issue reason for not letting people try out Di2 is that you'll want it on all your bikes just like I now do!
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