Pictures of Colnagos

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nijinsky510
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Stolichnaya wrote:BxEddie, please post more pics of that build. The frameset is spectacular. What size is the frame?


I think so.

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willy wrote:Some changes to my master x light...at the 9 kilo mark, I was just not using it that much. decided to trim some weight and go for some retro-mod...now at 8 kg, its a pleasure to ride in these flat roads

Awesome, awesome, awesome!
That said, any chance to try a slightly more svelte stem? Think it stands out a bit.

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Yeah, the last few bikes are amazing.

@ BxEddie, what stem is that you have on your Master? I see that it's Colnago badged, but do you know who made it?

Ritchey?

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irongatsby wrote:Yeah, the last few bikes are amazing.

@ BxEddie, what stem is that you have on your Master? I see that it's Colnago badged, but do you know who made it?

Ritchey?


yes, it`s a Ritchey WCS. I used Scotchbride to remove the logo at the frontclamp. Put a Colnago sticker on and removed it after painting it. The stem is matt black and the frontclamp is glossy finished. Changed to black titan screws.

I like it, because it is slim and it covers the reduction shim of the 1" fork.

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Sub 6800:

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Here is mine. C-40 with Chorus 11 speed and Campagnolo wheels

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My new C59 shaping up... :wink:

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That will be a nice build !

Btw, can anyone see my picture above ? :roll:

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Why sloping?

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I can't see your picture PSM...

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Now then:

6790 grams...
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majklnajt wrote:Why sloping?


I knew this was going to be questioned... :lol: Because I had a super deal for this 54s frameset that I could not pass. Big bulky tubes, modern graphics, so I think sloping is OK even for a Colnago. Not even traditional bend bars for this build.... For traditional days there's always the traditional bike to ride. :wink:

I had planned to go down to 58 trad from 59 trad anyway, so 54s is just perfect. The seatpost is at my ride height in the pic. Low topcap and 1 spacer + 120 or 130mm stem with Zero 100 bars and it should be perfect.

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;)
Cool! Which groupsetand sadlle? Campy and San Marco?

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Record 11, Regale FX, Zero100 stem... Then reverting back my CT2 to older parts and sourcing some new to make it rideable again.

-19°C and 30cm of snow so plenty of time to fiddle with bikes... :evil:

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eurperg wrote:-19°C and 30cm of snow so plenty of time to fiddle with bikes... :evil:



+1. :welcome:

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