Pictures of Colnago C60 in 50S and 55 Traditional

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3Pio
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by 3Pio

While it's a bit easier to find a 50s pictures of Colnago C60, i could not find it on the net in 55 traditional size.

Can someone please post here this pictures? If u have more even better (specially of 55 trad)

Thanks

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by joeyb1000

I'm building up my 55 Trad right now. What pictures do you want?

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micro553
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by micro553

Same here but with 48S and 53T

RSCG
PLBK
RSWH

But I guess with my height 173,5 and saddlehight of 70,6 cm a 53 T will look too big - so maybe a 48S for a more racing look and a quicker and snappier bike.

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joeyb1000 wrote:I'm building up my 55 Trad right now. What pictures do you want?


Probably a picture of your frame? 8)


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2 sek in Greece? Naaa... :lol:

3Pio
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Nah.Ur search is not good. U did not find a pic on both in same picture :)

But here we go :)

MHRD in 50S and 55 Trad in MHWH both on same picture and same ride (actually me and my friend last weekend ride :) )

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p.s. Of course i google it then :) But it was hard to find 55 trad pictures (there was 53 but not 55) So we decide to buy them in 50S and 55 trad, and make as much pictures as we like :)

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Sloped looks so much better. What is wrong with you guys?

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PSM wrote:Sloped looks so much better. What is wrong with you guys?



Sloped is mine, but my friend trad also look very nice. Here, on this trad there is Fizik Cyrano Seatpost with Fizik rubber ring on seatpost which take from seatpost length like 3 cm. And look not that good as it will be without that. Anyway, it's handy against dust, and for determining seatpost extension for adjusting.

When i was buying mine, i decided to pick the geometry which suit me better. After fitting 74 deg seatpost angle suited me better then 73.5, so i picked sloping

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