Pinarello launches first electronic full suspension road bike, Dogma FS

Joe Robinson 11 Apr 2019 Team Sky set to race new front fork suspension endurance Pinarello at Paris-Roubaix this Sunday It has been four years since Pinarello launched its Dogma K8s to much fanfare at Paris-Roubaix in 2014, and it was the Italian brand's first bike to feature the rear suspension system, called DSS 1.0. Built into bikes carbon fibre flexible rear stays, it offered some vertical travel at the rear of the bike to provide a more comfortable ride for the professionals on the cobbles of northern Europe. For average consumers, it promised a smoother ride than Pinarello's stiff, racey F8. Fast forward three years and Pinarello had launched the Dogma K10s disc. A progression from the K8s, the DSS system had now become fully electronic, controlled via a button on the downtube, allowing the rider a degree of choice in the suspension from a full 20mm travel to ...

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