Pinarello has had a pretty good past few years, what with its bikes showing up as some of the first across the finish lines in some of cycling's biggest races. The 2015 ROKH Ultegra Complete Road Bike borrows the performance and technology of its world class siblings and wraps it up in a price that's much more attainable for those of us funding our own cycling endeavors. The ROKH is essentially a carbon copy of Pinarello's top end KOBH, designed to shepherd riders through long, grueling races. With an elongated wheelbase, softened seatstays, and a more slack head tube angle than the aggressive Dogma, the KOBH and ROKH geometry is more relaxed to increase comfort and stave off fatigue during long days on the bike. Pretty much the only difference between the KOBH and the ROKH is the type of carbon used to make the frame. The ROKH uses a less expensive carbon that isn't as dense as the carbon used for the KOBH, which means the ROKH needs a bit more material to get the same levels of strength as the KOBH. This just means a little more weight on the bike, and a huge reduction in cost. With a Shimano Ultegra drivetrain and Fulcrum Racing wheels, this bike will battle through the toughest days on the bike with ease.