Aero is of course where it's at, and the F12's distinctive new
frame and fork contribute to a 7.3% reduction in drag compared to
the previous F10. It also features new integrated aero bars, the
Talon Ultra. This latest generation of the Talon tidies all the
cables neatly away inside the bar and routed through the stem
(although you can still fit your own choice of bar/stem if you
Also, as you'd expect with the latest generation of aero road
bikes, tyre clearances have been increased, and you can now
accommodate tyres up to 28mm wide.
The Italian threaded bottom bracket (as opposed to press-fit)
has been carried over from the F10 (and F8 before it), always a
welcome sight for mechanics and riders alike.
The Dogma's typically divisive looks are present and correct,
now with a distinctive kink in the top tube carried over from their
Grevil gravel/adventure frame. Initial reactions online are
following the usual love/hate split - this is a bike that will
generate a lot of strong opinions, and as always it's great to see
Weights are quoted at 820g for the rim brake frame and 840g for
The F12 will be available from late June as both frameset and
complete bike builds. Initially supplies will be limited, and
colour options will be the classic red/black shown above, or
stealthy BoB (black on black). A full range of colour options will
follow later in the year.
The Dogma F12 (rim brake) comes in at £5000 frame only, with the
Dogma F12 Disk at £5200. The Talon Ultra bars are an additional
There will also be a wide range of top-level complete bikes
available, including Campagnolo (of course!), Shimano and the new
SRAM eTap AXS groupsets, with a refreshingly varied choice of
Get in touch now if you want to pre-order!