Pictures of Colnagos

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austke
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by austke

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This is our. C59, With all the fruits. We love it. Too small for me, but my daughter gets a lot of use out it. Luckily at 10yrs old, she still very much appreciates the bicycle that it is.
Cheers.
2013 Giant TCR Advanced SL 0, 6.92kg
2013 Giant Defy Composite 2 M, 8.5kg - Wife's
Azzurro Torino 8.55g
Fuji 650 10.8kg
Miele Lupa Triple Tandem 38,89kg

RichTheRoadie
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by RichTheRoadie

Finally got me a Colnago...

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New saddle incoming (saw an Arione 00 on a bike and fell in love, and pretty sure I'll like it as I ride the K:1 on my other bike). It'll also have a set of Mavic Reflex Ceramic / WI T11 wheels on it once the Veloflex Arenbergs arrive this week (as close as I'll get to Hyperons for now!).

I'll update with a new pic when it's done...

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carlislegeorge
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by carlislegeorge

we need to start a thread for people that own both Parlee and Colnago
2011 Tarmac Pro SL3 Project Black (gone but not forgotten)
2012 Parlee Z5 SLi (just because)
2014 Colnago C59 (why not)

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carlislegeorge
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by carlislegeorge

markyboy, the AD10 looks great
2011 Tarmac Pro SL3 Project Black (gone but not forgotten)
2012 Parlee Z5 SLi (just because)
2014 Colnago C59 (why not)

asdf123
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by asdf123

austke wrote:Image

This is our. C59, With all the fruits. We love it. Too small for me, but my daughter gets a lot of use out it. Luckily at 10yrs old, she still very much appreciates the bicycle that it is.
Cheers.


Thats one lucky 10yr old. Damn... ;)

Geoff
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by Geoff

:shock: she must be a giant 10-year-old. I think my wife's Colnago is the same size, and she is 5'6"!

austke
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by austke

Yes she towers over her older brother. Her shoe size is now a 10usa. Or a size 42 cycling shoe. Only a little less than me. Lol
Oh, and yes she excels at swimming too.
I was originally going to strip the running gear off it. Knowing frame is too small for me. But as much as I hate to admit it. I think I prefer DI2.
I'm a firm believer in giving my kids best I can. I'm blessed to be rewarded with their hard work in return. I also find they stay interested in their respective sports when using good gear, compared to crap.
2013 Giant TCR Advanced SL 0, 6.92kg
2013 Giant Defy Composite 2 M, 8.5kg - Wife's
Azzurro Torino 8.55g
Fuji 650 10.8kg
Miele Lupa Triple Tandem 38,89kg

asdf123
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by asdf123

austke, would you please be my daddy, haha ;)
I like the attitude!

crn
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by crn

One from the road

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excremanwu
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by excremanwu

Hi, some Colnago from Hong Kong

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(original seatpost is being fixed)

Colnago look good with Shimano too :thumbup:
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C60 classic
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C59 Mapei
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My C59
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Thanks

jockyfoost
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by jockyfoost

I love the colour of the C59. Nice bike.

liam7020
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by liam7020

A quick tech question for the Colnago savy - are Precisa 1" forks from the 1990s English or Italian thread? Cheers.
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SalsaLover
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by SalsaLover

Italian, but the English and Italian headset threads are so similar you can use British on old Master or Super forks.

I've done it ;)
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Colnagos : C50 ST01 - Master 30th AD10 - C40 Mapei WC

liam7020
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by liam7020

Thanks for that - I'll give it a go!
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by perrap

@excremanwu

Lovely bikes, especially the AD10 C59, Wow!

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