The Pinarello Marvel Ultegra Complete Bike you see here is clearly borne from the same lineage as the Dogma you see raced around the world. Pinarello knows, though, that not everyone makes a living racing bikes, so it created a more accessible version that's still right at home on big climbs, fast group rides, and anywhere else you feel like riding. They've done this by using a slightly lower grade of carbon fiber, one measured at 30 tons per square centimeter instead of the 65 ton carbon you find in the Dogma. This means that in order to create a bike of the same strength and stiffness, Pinarello has to use a bit more material, making the bike slightly heavier than a comparably sized Dogma. Pinarello has spec'd Shimano's ultra reliable Ultegra group on the Marvel, along with Fulcrum's Racing 5 wheelset, and a variety of MOst alloy components to keep the price down.