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Pinarello Dogma XC Carbon Mountain Bike Frame

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XC, Italian-style.

While the Dogma XC Carbon Mountain Bike Frame's peculiar design characteristics may be the most visible feature helping it stand out from the 29er crowd, it's Pinarello's carbon fiber expertise that really makes it shine on the singletrack. For virtually perfect carbon, the Italians went to Japan and came back with Toryaca's 60HM1K Nanoalloy carbon fiber, a material that's rigid enough that only 1/3 of the material used in most of Pinarello's road frames was needed in order to achieve comparable levels of stiffness.

Stiffness isn't the end-all of cycling, though — not even for speed-obsessed Italians on speed-obsessed 29ers — so the rigidity of the 60HM1K carbon is tempered by Nanoalloy technology. This involves embedding synthetic material that acts as a vibration absorber and, in the event of a high-force collision, diffuses the force of the impact to protect the frame's structural integrity.

Carbon tech aside, though, the frame's rear triangle does stand out for its formal characteristics. Those wavy chain stays and that asymmetrical seat tube junction turn heads on the trail, but they're not just for show. Italians love speed, but they also love the comfort of a smooth ride. The seatstays not only separate to connect to the seat tube in two places, they also do so above the top tube. Like with the carbon's Nanotechnology, this asymmetrical design is meant to diffuse vibrations across a larger area before they hit the seatpost and the top tube, helping to ensure that stiff hardtail speed doesn't come at the cost of bruising your tail as soon as you hit the trail.

The chainstays are focused less on comfort and more on discomfort. Namely, the discomfort of your competition when you stomp on the pedals and start laying down watts. They're oversized and, of course, asymmetrical to favor the drivetrain side, so more of your efforts go straight to the rear wheel without being lost in a decidedly un-Italian wagging bottom bracket.

  • Toryaca 60HM1K carbon fiber makes for road-worthy stiffness and weight
  • Italian grace meets 29er speed for XC competition
  • Embedded Nanoalloy technology dampens trail chatter and diffuses impacts
  • Asymmetric frame construction reinforces drivetrain side
  • Asymmetric chain stays limit vibrations in seatpost and top tube
  • X Power seatpost clamp reduces stress on seat tube junction
  • Internal cable routing preserves clean, Italian lines

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
Torayca 60HM1K, Nanoalloy technology
Wheel Size:
29 in
Head Tube Diameter:
1-1/2 to 1-1/8in tapered
Headset Included:
yes, Pinarello
Bottom Bracket Type:
PF30
Cable Routing:
internal
Front Derailleur Mount:
S3 low direct mount (e-type)
Derailleur Pull:
bottom
Seat Collar:
Pinarello
Rear Axle:
10x135 mm quick-release
Actual Weight:
Matte Carbon, S: 1,050g Matte Carbon, M: 1,050g Matte Carbon, L: 1,050g Matte Carbon, XL: 1,050g
Recommended Use:
cross country
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

Geometry chart

Pinarello

Geometry Chart

 

Dogma XC
 

Seat Tube

(c-t)

Effective Top Tube

(eTT)

Head Tube

(HT)

Head Tube Angle

(HTo)

Seat Tube Angle

(STo)

Bottom Bracket Height

(BBH)

Chainstay

(CS)

Wheelbase
S 16.9in 22.6in 3.6in 69.75o 73.5o 11.9in 17.2in 42.5in
M 18.3in 23.3in 3.6in 70.0o 73.0o 12.0in 17.2in 43.0in
L 19.7in 24.3in 3.8in 70.0o 72.5o 12.0in 17.3in 44.0in
XL 21.3in 25.1in 4.5in 70.25o 72.0o 12.0in 17.5in 44.7in

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5 5

You get what you pay for here

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Pinarello delivers on the Dogma XC 9.9. Thanks to Keri Conrad for the excellent customer service.

I'm 5'9" with a 30" inseam so I ordered the small (medium was a touch too big). Fully built with Shimano XTR/XT mixture the bike weighs right at 19-lbs. frame is incredibly rigid, feels as solid as a heavy aluminum frame on the trail, but climbs effortlessly (set several PRs on my very first ride despite not being used to the new set-up). geometry is solid with cornering very consistent/solid. vibration reduction by dividing the rear triangle from the top tube is more than just marketing hype, I can feel a noticeable difference on rocky sections of trail. the Fox CTD fork is very effective, but opting for a version that allows for finer tuning of compression may be worth the upgrade. braking is incredibly responsive.

overall, the reduced weight and increased stiffness/responsiveness of the frame standout most in my mind. climbing is noticeably easier, with quicker acceleration on both the flats and the climbs. I highly recommend trying this bike out for yourself.

You get what you pay for here