The 2019 Tour de France winner is racing on the Pinarello Dogma F12 X Light for the Team INEOS during the 2020 UCI World Tour Season.
The first Colombian to win the Tour de France has become the most watched pro rider after his historic win of the biggest road race on earth.
Egan Bernal and the whole team INEOS are racing on Rim brakes despite the main trend among the peloton to race the 2020 season on Disc brakes.
On this page you will informations specific to Egan Bernal’s 2020 frame size and geometry, this post is for bike nerds but anybody is welcome to read:
Egan Bernal is 175cm tall.
He rides on a Pinarello Dogma F12 X Light Toray Carbon frame, Size described below.
His stem is a MOST 130mm length
The handlebar is 400mm width
He uses a 170mm Crank arms length
Egan is not alone on rim brakes, most of the contender for General Classification (GC) are racing on rim brakes type of bikes.
Why are the GC contenders sticking to rim brakes? Ah Grasshoppers…Disc brakes offer many advantages but there are still many winning reasons for rim brakes Vs Disc brakes: lighter wheels with less parts in rotation, reliability of the brakes, easier to maintain and unbeatable speed to change a wheel when a Grand Tour sometimes can be loss over few seconds.
As it is often said by races commentators: “Components are not winning the race, but they can be the cause to lose it.
One particularity of this frame is the Bottom-Bracket (BB) is an Italian Thread type, it is definitely a strong hold to Italian frame culture as the rest of the big and famous manufacturers are selling their frames with all sorts of Press-Fit BB types.
Egan’s Pinarello Dogma F12 X-Light set up is as follow:
Frameset: Pinarello Dogma F12 X Light, Size 53cm Toray UD Carbon
Fork: Fork ONDA F12 with ForkFlap™ carbon, 9mm QR type, Rake 43mm, Fork length 373mm
Front brake: Shimano Dura-Ace Rim caliper type
Rear brake: Shimano Dura-Ace Rim caliper
Brake/shift levers: Shimano Dura Ace Di2 11 speeds
Front derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9150, braze-on
FSA K-Edge chain catcher.
Rear derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace Di2 RD-R9150 11-speeds with Shimano Direct mount
Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace CS-R9100, 11-speed 11-30 teeth
Chain: Shimano Dura Ace CN-9100 11-speed
Crankset: Shimano Dura Ace 170mm 54/42 or/and 53/39 with Shimano power meter
Bottom bracket: Italian thread BB
Wheels: Shimano Dura Ace R9100 TU 60 (Tubular)
Tires: Continental Competition ProLTD 25mm width Tubulars
Stem: MOST 130mm length
Handlebar: MOST 400mm width
Bar tape: MOST
Pedals: Shimano Dura Ace SPD-SL SP-R9100
Saddle: Fizik Antares RI Carbon rails
Seat post: Pinarello, 15mm offset
Bottle cages: Elite Vico carbon
Computer: Wahoo Elemnt Roam mounted on K-Edge alloy mount
Weight: Approximately 7.1kg
The bike components are expected to evolve during the season as Shimano might be releasing a new Dura Ace groupset.
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