2023 Pinarello Dogma F vs Prince vs Paris

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Unlike many other bike brands, Pinarello doesn’t categorize its race bikes as aero or lightweight. The Dogma is a do-it-all bike ridden by the pros on all terrains.

The difference lies in how the bikes are specced.

The Dogma F, followed by the Dogma F12 is the top of the line bike and is specced with only the best components (eg: electronic shifting). Next in line is the Prince, which is specced with mid-tiered components (eg: Shimano Ultegra).

Sitting at the bottom are the Paris and GAN endurance bikes specced with Shimano 105.

Pinarello bike modelType of Pinarello bike
Pinarello Dogma FAll-rounder race bike
Pinarello PrinceMid-tier race bike
Pinarello ParisEndurance bike
Pinarello road bikes lineup

Pinarello Dogma F

Pinarello Dogma F Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 (R9200)
Pinarello Dogma F Shimano Dura-Ace Di2. Photo : Pinarello

The Pinarello Dogma F was released just days before the 2021 Tour de France. It’s Pinarello’s fastest and lightest performance road bike to date. It’s the bike that Ineos-Grenadiers will race on in July.

The main improvement in the Pinarello Dogma F is weight savings. By reducing weight in the cockpit, fork, headset, seat tube, and seat clamp, the Dogma F is 265g lighter than the Dogma F12 in the same configuration for a size 53. Pinarello also redesigned the (although subtle) fork, downtube, and seat stays. Combining these allows air to flow with less interruption, improving aerodynamics by 4.8% over the Dogma F12.

The Pinarello Dogma F is available in 11 frame sizes with 16 handlebar reach/widths and two seat post setback choices. This gives the cyclist 352 sizing options to get the ideal fit. As the top-of-the-line bike, the Pinarello Dogma F is only available with the best electronic shifting groupsets from Shimano, SRAM, or Campagnolo.

ModelFrame materialGroupsetWheelset
Pinarello Dogma FToray T1100 carbonShimano Dura-Ace Di2 (R9200)Shimano Dura-Ace C50
Pinarello Dogma FToray T1100 carbonSRAM Red eTap AXSDT Swiss ARC 1400
Pinarello Dogma FToray T1100 carbonCampagnolo Super Record EPSCampagnolo Bora WTO
Pinarello Dogma F models lineup
More reading : 
Pinarello Dogma F Frame Geometry
Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 (R9200) vs SRAM Red eTap AXS Groupsets

Pinarello Prince

Pinarello Prince
Pinarello Prince. Photo : Pinarello

The Pinarello Prince was a top-of-the-line race bike until the first Dogma 60.1. Since then, the Pinarello Prince sits in the mid-range of the Pinarello family.

At first glance, the Prince looks very similar to the Pinarello F12 in the frame shape. It inherits many of the Pinarello F12’s features, such as the downtube shape and total cable integration design. The Pinarello Prince has nine frame sizes with a slightly more relaxed geometry. This puts the rider in a more upright and less aggressive position on the bike.

The Pinarello Prince is specced with mid-range Shimano groupsets with either Shimano Ultegra Di2 or SRAM Force eTap AXS electronic shifting groupsets and in both rim and disc brake versions.

ModelFrame materialGroupset
Pinarello Prince FXCarbon (T900 3K)Shimano Ultegra Di2 (R8100)
Pinarello Prince FXCarbon (T900 3K)SRAM Force eTap AXS
Pinarello Prince FXCarbon (T900 3K)Shimano Ultegra (R8000)
Pinarello PrinceCarbon (T700)Shimano Ultegra Di2 (R8100)
Pinarello PrinceCarbon (T700)SRAM Force eTap AXS
Pinarello PrinceCarbon (T700)Shimano Ultegra (R8000)
Pinarello Prince Specs
More reading : 
Shimano Ultegra Di2 (R8100) vs SRAM Force eTap AXS Groupsets
List of Shimano Ultegra Di2 (R8100) Road Bikes

Pinarello Paris

Pinarello Paris
Pinarello Paris. Photo : Pinarello

The Pinarello Paris is a pure endurance bike designed with comfort and long miles in mind. Compared to the more racy Dogma, the Paris has a higher stack and longer reach, putting the rider in a much more comfortable position to last the distance.

The frame uses the less stiff, more forgiving TorayCa T600 UD carbon and is built with Shimano 105 R7000 components. Completing the build are Pinarello’s in-house components brands, the MOST Ultrafast 40 wheels, and Pirelli’s latest all-rounder tires, the P7.

ModelFrame materialGroupset
Pinarello ParisCarbon (T600)Shimano Ultegra (R8000)
Pinarello ParisCarbon (T600)Shimano 105 (R7000)
Pinarello ParisCarbon (T600)SRAM Rival eTap AXS
Pinarello Paris Specs
More reading : Shimano 105 Di2 (R7100) Road Bikes

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Alex Lee at Mr.Mamil

Alex Lee is the founder and editor-at-large of Mr. Mamil. Coming from a professional engineering background, he breaks down technical cycling nuances into an easy-to-understand and digestible format here.

He has been riding road bikes actively for the past 12 years and started racing competitively in the senior category during the summer recently.