colnago eps 2011 pr99(white)new pictures

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assikabir
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by assikabir

bora wheels.
shimano di2.
3t ltd stem,bar,post.
k1 saddle.
time iclic titan pedals.
6.8kg
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micky
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by micky

Honestly Im not a fan of mixed groupset (althought now Im having a mixed group miself :lol: ) but the bike looks good. 8)

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Roobay
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by Roobay

I think this one of the few EPS that can carry off the Bora Two heavy decals, i have a MTBK EPS and those wheels on at the moment i think they look dreadful on it! While i love Bora Twos i dont like the decals on the 2011 versions.
Nice bike how you fiding the Shim mano on there?
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em3
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...painful to see someone riding Bora wheels and clamping the QR on the driveside, oye!

tinman143
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by tinman143

shimano makes deep dish sets also :P

anquetil
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by anquetil

beautiful frame...but...mix...not OK.

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Scottybee
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by Scottybee

em3 wrote:...painful to see someone riding Bora wheels and clamping the QR on the driveside, oye!

+1

With a bike like that, attention to detail is mandatory
17 and stupid, bear with me

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corky
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by corky

shifters too high........ looks like game console controllers.....

inline seatpost, short stem, spacer tower + high mounted shifters make me think maybe the frame is too large for you?

The mix of C & S doesn't bother me as much as the above sensory insults.

But having said all that, it's yours and as long as you ride it hard and are happy that's what really counts

cl9k24la
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by cl9k24la

You've got a nice collection of high end bikes....

Parlee Z5
TIME RXR
Colnago EPS

..and all of them are kitted out to the tee...

My suggestion is that, with all the money you have to afford these bikes, why don't you make the ultimate investment in getting professionally fitted. :thumbup:

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Calnago
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by Calnago

That frame is definitely one of my favourites that Colnago has done in a long time (although i prefer traditional over sloping). Yet I have to agree with others here. In this case the sum of the parts is actually greater than the whole. Too bad.

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rico
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Did you try a smaller size frame? If bought new may be worthwhile seeing if they'll take it back...

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Roobay
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oops
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