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PostPosted: Tue Aug 12, 2014 11:13 am 
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I'm quite a new in road biking. I have had Cannondale CAAD9 cyclocross few years but I haven't been doing road biking very much before this summer. Now I have ridden some thousands kilometers including 200km ja 400km brevets. I'm very enthusiastic for road biking nowadays and so I needed proper bike for that.

This Colnago is second-hand bike equipped with full Campagnolo Super Record Ti 11sp groupset and RAR Svelt 32 wheels. It's in nice condition. Just some very small scratches. My bathroom scales says it is 6,9kg as pictured.

First thing I'm going to change is bar tape. I'll try black one. I thought that I'll change bars right away but now when I have tried those I may keep them. Yes, those are bit heavy and maybe a bit flexy too but those feels very comfortable.

I'll add better photos after bar tape is changed.
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Total weight: 6,996kg as pictured (with meter mount, speed and cadence censors)

Frame : Colnago Extreme-c 52s
Fork : Colnago Carbon 75
Headset : ?

Stem: Deda Zero100 Servizio Corse 120mm (worn, temporary)
Handlebars : ITM K-sword
Bartape : Colnago
Seatpost : Colnago
Saddle: Prologo Nago Evo Tri40 CPC Nack - (seatpost + saddle = 456g)
Seatpost Collar : Colnago - 24g

Wheels : RAR Svelt 32
Tires : Continental GP4000S 23mm
Tubes: Vittoria Latex
Skewers : RAR, 22g+24g
... Rear wheel with tire on and cassette installed: 1248g
... Front wheel with tire on: 860g

Crankset : Campagnolo Super Record Ti
Bottom Bracket : ?
Chainrings : Campy SR 50/34
Pedals : Shimano PD-A600 :oops:
Chain : Campy Record 11sp
Cassette : Campy SR 12-25 11sp
Front Derailleur : Campy SR
Rear Derailleur : Campy SR
Shifters : Campy SR 11sp
Brakes : Campy SR Dual Pivot
Cables : Campy
Bottle Cages : Elite carbon

edit: I got proper scale and added some numbers


Last edited by zander on Sat Aug 16, 2014 9:04 am, edited 2 times in total.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 12, 2014 9:17 pm 
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I noticed problem with rear wheel. It is not sitting in the middle of the fork. The wheel is very near to the non-drive side chain stay. Bit strange because these wheels are used in this bike. Do I need some spacers or how to fix it? Or maybe the wheel have to be built again so that the rim is in center of the hub. I'll do some measurement to check if the problem is in the wheel.

Dropout spacing is 132,5mm
O.L.D (Over-Locknut-Dimension) is 131,6mm

Edit: It seems to be that the rim is not centered properly to the hub. I think it can be fixed easily by wheel builder. I have to take it to the local shop.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 14, 2014 10:29 am 
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Lovely ride! I agree that the bartape needs replacing, but I would go with white instead of black. In fact, I would go with a white saddle too. I find that white bartape and saddle compliments a white frame much better than black. Maybe that's just me though, but the white tape and saddle does look good on my own ST02 :D


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 14, 2014 10:50 am 
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zander wrote:
I noticed problem with rear wheel. It is not sitting in the middle of the fork. The wheel is very near to the non-drive side chain stay.


http://www.roues-rar.fr/index.php/en/contact/emailus

Nice bike :)

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 14, 2014 12:25 pm 
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I contacted seller and wheel is going to be fixed.
If black bartape is not looking good I'll try white :) For my taste look is a bit too messy. There is pretty many logos on the frame so other component should be very simple. Next steps aftre bartape change could be:
- White RAR -texts on the wheel needs to be changed to black ones or to be removed.
- Remove logos from the handlebar
I think I'm not going to swap saddle yet although there is too many colors on it.

@simon: Is there any photo of your ST02?


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 15, 2014 6:12 am 
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Oh nice, you got the Colnago. Congrats. I'm also 180cm w 84cm inseam and I was fitted for a 52S/56Trad.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 15, 2014 3:27 pm 
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Very nice bike! Agree on removing wheel decals.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 10:02 pm 
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I don't have other pictures at the moment, but here is mine:
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