Long championed by fans of old-school technology, Team Ineos announced today that they will finally be joining the rest of the modern world in adopting disc brake technology…look for Shimano’s hydraulic disc brakes to become standard fare for the future.

Here’s what the team release had to say…



“The INEOS Grenadiers will race on the Pinarello DOGMA F Disc at tomorrow’s GP de Denain in the lead up to Paris-Roubaix. After close consultation with the riders, performance team, Pinarello and Shimano this marks the first race in the initial phase of the disc brake roll out for the team.

Carsten Jeppesen, Head of Technical Partners, said: “We are always looking at ways to improve our kit, technology and bike setup to ensure the riders have the very best options that are available.

“Our relationship with Pinarello has always been grounded in a love of racing and innovation, and their work on the DOGMA F Disc should enable our riders to race to their maximum.

“Working closely with Pinarello and Shimano, we will continue to develop the all-round disc package, optimising weight, the integration across Dura-Ace, and improvements in the quick release system.”

Director of Racing Rod Ellingworth said: “Pinarello are constantly working to keep our bike at the front of the peloton and their commitment to providing us the very best equipment has been evident across this project. Rider feedback has also been encouraging.”

Fausto Pinarello said: “I’ve been convinced about disc brakes since I started riding them myself and I’m happy the team is going to race on them in the final part of this season. The INEOS Grenadiers are constantly pushing for excellence in everything they do and we are delighted with the DOGMA F Disc we have developed with the team.””


Vuelta Espana 2021 – 76th Edition – Richard Carapaz (ECU – Ineos Grenadiers)

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