Most bike manufacturers offer their pro riders a more comfortable, forgiving frame option for particularly brutal races. This version is usually based on the company's flagship frameset, with slight geometry and construction tweaks to favor comfort. Pinarello’s DogmaF8 is the company’s most commonly ridden professional race frame, but the Dogma K is preferred when the Dogma F8’s aggressive geometry and handling would be too much for a 200+ km day. Relative to the Dogma F8, the Dpogma K features an longer wheelbase, softened seatstays, and a slacker head tube angle that all combine to create a more relaxed machine, reducing fatigue.
ROKH frameset is a more affordable Dogma K, utilizing the same molds with a lesser grade of carbon for the main triangle and fork (though, still more advanced than most of the competition at its price point). The 30HM1K carbon used in the ROKH is less expensive and isn’t as dense as the Dogma K’s 60HM1K carbon, so more of it must be used to achieve the same levels of strength. The sole penalty riders will pay is a slight weight gain over the Dogma K, because all of the Dogma K’s performance characteristics are reserved in the ROKH.
Complementing the frame is this ROKH's build kit, including a complete Shimano’s Ultegra 6800 drivetrain (except for brakes) — the most current version of 11 speed Ultegra, a system that achieves nearly the same quality and low weight as the Dura-Ace drivetrain, for far fewer dollars. Pinarello usses their MOst componentry in the cockpit, along with Vittoria Zaffiro Pro tires and Fulcrum Racing 5 wheels. Out of the box, the Pinarello ROKH Ultegra 11 is ready to go. Whether your plans are for a frisky ride with friends (maybe to include a bit of gravel?), a grand fondo, or your local version of the Paris Roubaix it's a great choice and a great value..
The Pinarello ROKH Ultegra 11 comes in three colors (Black-Red gloss, White-Red gloss and Black-White gloss) and seven sizes from 43 to 57cm. If you have any questions let the Pinarello experts of Lakeside Bicycles help you out at 503-699-8665 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to pedaling forces transmitted through the bicycle's chain, stresses on the right side (drive side) of the frame are different from the left. To better transfer pedal power to the ground, Pinarello stiffens the right side of their frames. This ensures excellent power transmission and responsiveness under high load (such as sprint efforts).
Pedals sold separately
|Frame||Pinarello Rokh 30HM12K monocoque carbon|
|Fork||Pinarello Onda 30HM12K carbon|
|Rims/Wheels||Fulcrum Racing 5|
|Tires||Vittoria Zaffiro Pro|
|Crankset||Shimano Ultegra 11|
|Bottom Bracket||Shimano Ultegra Italian Threaded|
|Chain||Shimano CN-6800 11s|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano FD6800-F|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano RD-6800 SS 11s|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano CS6800 11-25 11s|
|Handlebars||MOst Jaguar XA|
|Stem||MOst Tiger aluminum|
|Brake Levers||Shimano Ultegra 11|
|Brakes||MOst B-Max Force|
|Color(s)||926 (black/red gloss), 948 (white/red gloss), 927 (black/white gloss)|
|Sizes||43, 46, 49, 52, 53.5, 55 and 57 cm|
|Weight||52cm in 927 color: 8,010 g (17.6 lb)|
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|926 (Black/Red gloss) / 43cm||PB-15-ROKH-43-BKRD-UL|
|926 (Black/Red gloss) / 46cm||PB-15-ROKH-46-BKRD-UL||37048|
|926 (Black/Red gloss) / 49cm||PB-15-ROKH-49-BKRD-UL||37438|
|926 (Black/Red gloss) / 52cm||PB-15-ROKH-52-BKRD-UL||37050|
|926 (Black/Red gloss) / 53.5cm||PB-14-ROKH-535-BKRD-UL||33226|
|926 (Black/Red gloss) / 55cm||PB-15-ROKH-55-BKRD-UL||37052|
|926 (Black/Red gloss) / 57cm||PB-15-ROKH-57-BKRD-UL||38194|
|948 (White/Red gloss) / 43cm|
|948 (White/Red gloss) / 46cm|
|948 (White/Red gloss) / 49cm|
|948 (White/Red gloss) / 52cm|