Pictures of Colnagos

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erik$
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by erik$

Thanks for the nice comments! I really enjoy planning and putting together a nice build. Have gotten a lot of inspiration through this forum as well as some looks back. If one is able to get in a personal touch also, things click for me.

@ Tinea and Carpet: The hoods don't work for everyone but it makes it mine and that's sort of my goal. Have to admit the white ones look good though :wink: And thanks for the Hand!

@ majklnajt: Thought about a Zero100 myself but I think I need the -17 to mimic the position on the C40. Feels good initially so it will most likely stay put.

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Martin.F
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by Martin.F

Erik, why didn't you bring that last sunday? :( It's beautiful, I never knew you got one. This are the type of things friends tells friends... Gosh.

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by munk93

I've been in love with that Saronni paintscheme since first time I saw it.

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

erik$, what happened to your C40 ?

erik$
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by erik$

Nothing happened, (thank God for that,) just expanding the collection when I can ;) Was out on it yesterday so it gets ridden just as much as the EP.

@Martin: Will make it up to you :thumbup:

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Rumsas
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majklnajt wrote: 2 m from here, my C50 is waiting to build it up with Deda newton shallow bars and Deda zero100 stem.
Yes, again shallow bars. I will give it another try...


:beerchug:

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eurperg
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erik$, your both Colnagos look stunning! :thumbup:

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michel2
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by michel2

very nice indeed eric i do like the old style gum colored hoods.
iit nice to see what my bike would look like with with bar tape and saddle (-;

erik$
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by erik$

@eurperg: Your stable is most definitely droolable as well :mrgreen:

@michel2 :thumbup:

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by majklnajt

@erik$, I am glad you still have it! :thumbup:

@Rumsas.... yeah.... :beerchug: :D


Here is a pic with old bars and front LW Obermayer special edition. Just for fun ;)
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And here it is with the shallow bars... No bartape on and have to remowe the rear wheel decals. Sorry for crappy phone pics ;)
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"Pippo the giant" on my bike ;)
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KB
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by KB

Love that bike, especially the colour. Looks like a classic bike with 'proper' handlebars like the pro's.

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by majklnajt

Thanks KB! I appreciate your comments very much!

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by CarpetFibre

Yeah that colour is a truly magical one. Really like how you pulled off the build majklnajt; -17 stem is the only way to go with that frame - good work! :thumbup:

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Thanks!
Yes, -17 degree stem and shallow bars! :thumbup:

I am curious why Deda doesnt make a -17 degree stem?! :noidea:

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erik$
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by erik$

+1 for sure!

I'm also a big fan of those colours, majklnajt. Looks good with the shallows :D

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