Cipollini rb1000

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by ingmar

Put my new wheels on my Cipollini today.

mcipollini rb1000
campagnolo record
3t ergonova ltd stem and steer
speedplay titanium
selle italia teknologika
Madfiber wheels

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by DMF

Spectacular and unusual looking bike!

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by vlastrada

One of the few frames that looks really good with the Madfibers...nice! :-) I am a big fan of both the RB1000 and the RB800...

Too bad the 386 Evo BB is not compatible with Campy SRM (and I just couldn't do without a powermeter)

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by Kayrehn

Chain on the big ring and mid-cassette and it'll look better in pics. Cipollini bikes always give the impression that there's a huge saddle-bar drops, aggressive looking.

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by Donic

Very nice bike!

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by ultyguy

Sweet ride!

The drop isn't an impression, MC's have silly short head tubes.

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by Sparks

What size frame is this, head tube looks super short?
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by ingmar

Hello thanks for your replies.

Frame size is medium.
Stem in 100mm
steer 42cm.

I did put new Schwalbe One tires when i got my wheels. But my inside tires keeps exploding. When i put my Schwalbe Ultremo.s they don.t.

I ride the bike for one year now (around 15000k) and i really like how it rides. It.s really stiff but it has great comfort to. On trainings camps we climb a lot. It.s ok for climbing but if i had to bike in the mountains all the time i would suggest another frame. Not so stiff and maybe less drop.

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by Dougan

Excellent :thumbup:
Just bought one myself and can't wait to get it finished.

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by Geoff

Ok, that's nice.

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