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rico
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by rico

Just to go briefly OT for a minute (because this is probably the best thread to do so, and dammit I've earned it as a Colnago contributor to WW over the past ten years), can anyone recommend me a good aftermarket, weenie seatpost clamp for my otherwise perfect EPS?

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Calnago
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by Calnago

Rico: Campagnolo Seatpost Clamp: Size 34.9-35.2. Maybe not super weight weenie (about the same as the stock clamp), but miles better. Best designed seatpost clamp I've seen. Although, if you're running Shimano, you may not want to mix and match. But hey, I run Campy, and use Dura Ace pedals, and have just switched from a Selle italia SLR saddle to a Specialized Romin. If it works, it works.
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by willy

gumwalls for the EPS
ImageCamera Roll-3236 by willy gil, on Flickr

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by HillRPete

Willy doing it again. :thumbup:

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by PSM

Nice!

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by ScuderiaDouroux

Wow! That EPS is all the proof one needs to attest that traditional geometry is the way a lugged Colnago should be.
Long live the horizontal top tube, standard crankset, and Italian threaded bottom bracket.

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by irongatsby

wow.. amazing bike, great pic.

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by majklnajt

PERFECT !!! :thumbup:

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by cerro

Super Willy. But should get the red of the stem with some aceton. A picture we can stare at for ages and still be impressed :D
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by majklnajt

Or make that red line thinner.....

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by michel2

That is verry nice indeed ! Congrates !(;

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by kgt

Colnago lugged frame, mapei, campagnolo, italian parts, traditional geometry... absolute perfection IMO.

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Calnago
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by Calnago

Nice job Willy, but that stem looks out of place. Like already suggested... remove that red stripe and all is good.
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by SalsaLover

I like the stem, stripe included, and the rest of it.
the red stripe matches the stripe on the saddle too. :thumbup:
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by irongatsby

I actually think the red stripe is okay on the stem. It picks up the bits of red spread throughout bike and helps the stem look less 'black heavy'.

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