Our experts inspect each bike and rate its components on a scale of 1 to 10. The overall bike condition score is the average of these individual components, to help you determine the overall wear of a bike. We do not sell anything with a score below 7. In addition to the condition chart, carefully examine the detailed pictures of the bike, which highlight any wear or damage.
10/10 Like New:
These bikes are in perfect condition, often straight out of the manufacturer's box. Original stickers, parts and accessories are included. Frame and wheels may have minor defects or scratches from shipping or in-store demos. Transmission, levers, steering components and suspension (if applicable) are in perfect condition.
Although these bikes have a few miles on them, they are still in excellent condition. The frame and wheels show slight signs of wear with minor scuffs and scratches - no paint chipping. The transmission shows light wear but there is no damage to the derailleurs, shifters or levers. The steering components have light wear, mostly on the grips or the steering tape. Handlebar. Bikes with suspension have minor scuffs and scratches on the fork and shocks.
8/10 Very good
These bikes have some wear and tear but no significant damage. The frame may have some minor paint loss, scratches and/or scuffs. The wheels may also have minor surface damage to the rims, spokes and/or hubs. The transmission may have wear from normal use and there will be minor scratches and scuffs on the derailleurs, shifters and levers. The steering components, seat and lower suspension (if applicable) may also have surface scratches and scuffs.
Bikes in this category have moderate wear. Although the frame and wheels will have surface scratches, scuffs and/or paint loss, they will not be structurally damaged. Frames may have very minor dents. The transmission has moderate to heavy wear. The HandlebarStem, derailleurs and levers have moderate scratches or scuffs, and the seat may have slight tears. If the bike has a suspension, these components will have scratches and scuffs. The fork may have small scratches.
We do not sell bikes with a score below 7. This includes, for example, bikes with significant dents, structural damage to the carbon, excessive wear on the transmission and/or moderate to severe wear on the suspension components.
Mechanic's note : - Very slight trace of rubbing on the rear derailleur.
Upgrades : - Campagnolo Bora Ultra 50 wheelset.
Our experts inspect each bike and rate its components on a scale of 1 to 10. The overall score is the average of the scores for each of these components and is used to determine the overall wear of a bike. We do not sell anything with a score below 7. In addition to the scores, look closely at the detailed pictures of the bike that show wear and damage.
Each Certified Pre-Owned bike we sell is serviced, inspected and evaluated. Wear items (such as chains, brake pads and tires) are replaced if they have less than 50% life. Your standards are high, so are ours.
The Cyclist House delivers throughout Europe. All orders are processed and shipped within one business day. Shipping time depends on the final destination but is on average two days.
Every product we sell is covered by a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. If you need to return an item, please contact our team within 30 days of receiving your order. We will be happy to issue a full refund or store credit. If we made a mistake or if the item you received does not match the description, we will cover the return shipping costs. Otherwise, the return shipping cost will be deducted from your refund. The product must be returned in the same condition as it was received.
This bike is ideal for flat, uphill and anything that requires speed
Ride the legendary Tour de France passes or enjoy a Saturday club ride with friends
This Bike is Ideal for
The Pinarello Dogma F8 is the latest in a long line of Dogma models, but with a focus on aerodynamics, it is the biggest departure from what came before it, and is the result of a development program that drew a lot of expertise from Team Sky and technical partner Jaguar.
The Dogma F8 has been completely reworked from the previous version (on which Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France in 2012) with a focus on aerodynamics and weight.
The fit and riding position are as low and extreme as you'd expect from a race bike, but that's not enough to detract from the exceptional level of speed, mind-blowing power transfer, nimble cornering and high-speed stability that the Dogma F8 offers, and it's all wrapped up in surprising accessibility.