Team Sky has certainly been the source of some incredible innovations, but perhaps nowhere is it more obvious than the design of the new Pinarello Dogma F8. Working together with Team Sky, Jaguar yes, that Jaguar, Pinarello created a frame that is 47% more aerodynamic than its predecessor, 12% more rigid, and 120 grams lighter. Quite a feat considering the Dogma 65. 1 wasn't exactly a slouch. Paired with the frame's improvements are that of its fork, the Onda F8. Utilizing much of what it learned in designing the TT specific Bolide, Jaguar and Pinarello's engineers gave the Onda F8 a bit of a convex stance, which reduces the size of the air's wake as it flows over the fork blades. The entirety of the Dogma is constructed from carbon fiber sourced from Toray, long Pinarello's favored carbon manufacturer. The new fibers are called Torayca T1100 1K Dream Carbon, and feature nano alloy technology embedded within them. For comparison, a Dogma 65. 1 built with T1100 instead of the previous model's 65HM1K fiber saves 80 grams, all while retaining the same strength and ride characteristics. Pinarello finished off the F8 with some rider focused features indicative of the company's long history with bikes. One is the classic, Italian threaded bottom bracket. Another are the three water bottle bosses in the seat tube. Three seems an odd number, but Pinarello found that placing the bottle lower in the frame reduced drag. Rather than force you to attempt on bike yoga on training rides, though, it added a boss to mount your cage in a more traditional place. In addition, the Dogma F8 is compatible with all electronic and mechanical shifting systems. Just swap out the cable stops, and you'll lose nothing to aesthetics or performance, regardless of your drivetrain choice.