The Pinarello Dogma 2 road bike frame is the one that Bradley Wiggins rode to victory at the 2012 Tour de France earlier this year. It costs in excess of £10,000 (roughly $16,000) and is a rolling testament to how far cycling technology has come. The frame is made out of carbon fiber and weighs a mere 920 grams (2 pounds), which gives you a sense of just how light the Tour bikes actually are.
In the video below, rider Martyn Ashton take the Pinarello Dogma 2 out for a spin, putting it to the test in places and situations it was never meant to be used in. The results are a pretty entertaining video that shows off his own unique brand of cycling skills that don’t resemble Wiggins much at all.
Latest posts by Kraig Becker (see all)
- Gear Review: The Xero Scrambler Mid is an Ultralight Hiking Shoe for Spring - March 1, 2023
- Gear Review: Yeti Roadie 48 Wheeled Cooler - August 18, 2022
- Kristin Harila Continues Pursuit of 8000-Meter Speed Record - August 16, 2022