My new Colnago C59 Italia Limited Edition

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dodge
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by dodge

Nice bike..Did you buy that in Brisbane??

CarlTroy
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by CarlTroy

That is some bicycle :unbelievable: :beerchug: I'm not quite sure you got the right size, though :noidea:

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JacobC
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by JacobC

dodge wrote:Nice bike..Did you buy that in Brisbane??

Yeah - purchased through Velo in Wilston, Brisbane.

JacobC
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by JacobC

CarlTroy wrote:That is some bicycle :unbelievable: :beerchug: I'm not quite sure you got the right size, though :noidea:


Let me guess - it's more your size than mine?

CarlTroy
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by CarlTroy

JacobC wrote:
CarlTroy wrote:That is some bicycle :unbelievable: :beerchug: I'm not quite sure you got the right size, though :noidea:


Let me guess - it's more your size than mine?


"Love to hear comments / thoughts." :thumbup: Well that was my thought..enjoy nonetheless

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CBJ
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by CBJ

Amazing bike! I fore one would not make any changes and just ride the hell out of it. Bikes are nice to look at and all but nothing like riding them.

JacobC
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by JacobC

CBJ wrote:Amazing bike! I fore one would not make any changes and just ride the hell out of it. Bikes are nice to look at and all but nothing like riding them.


Thanks CBJ..."Ride the hell out of it" is exactly what I plan to do! I'm actually picking up my special edition Lightweights right now and then it's just waiting for the seatpost to come back from paint and after that I'm sure no one will be able to get me off the bike. Can't wait to put some kilometers on her...

jz4nyc
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by jz4nyc

beautiful bike! :beerchug:

jcumpstay
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by jcumpstay

A quick phone photo of the bike fitted with Lightweight Standard III Special Edition Carbon Clinchers that i picked up this morning.

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Now for the field testing :D

Greenduck
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by Greenduck

Looks great with the LW's. And the frame is amazing too...

However, I would probably flip the stem...
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Zitter
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by Zitter

he can't, it's an integrated bar/stem

munk93
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by munk93

Can anyone explain how the DI2 wires go from the stem and into the frame. I thought alot about building a bike with DI2 completely integrated wires. I build the hole bike in my mind, but i just can´t figure how to get the wires trought the fork stilk.

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timintense
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by timintense

looks stunning with either wheelset :thumbup: :thumbup:
My bikes:-
- 2014 Lapierre Zesty AM 727-11.9kg
- 2012 Storck Fenomalist Di2 - 7.1kg

Carbon - Lightens your bike and your wallet
OCBD - Obsessive Compulsive Biking Disorder

MARLON
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by MARLON

this stem :cry:
BACK IN BLACK

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irongatsby
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by irongatsby

wow. impressive.. phone pic or not, worth saving.

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