We took a look around Richie Porte's Pinarello Dogma 65 Team Sky bike at the Tour Down Under
With the SRM spider gone and Stages module just about visible on the non-driveside crank, Richie Porte’s Pinarello Dogma 65 is bang up to date and looks cleaner for it.
For the rest of the bike it’s business as usual for Team Sky. At the TDU, Porte had to use the older Shimano wheelsets, but don’t feel too sorry for him, as any old kit will be updated when he gets back to Europe.
Without the SRM computer on the handlebars Porte has opted for a Garmin to feed him his ride data.
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