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 Post subject: Big Colnago
PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2007 10:24 pm 
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C50 in Colnago's 65cm (!) size which sounds like it's going to be a gate. It's actually 60cm c/c on the seat tube and 59.2 on the top tube.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2007 10:23 am 
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I've got a very short torso, but very very long legs. An average setup for me is - center of bottom bracket, up the seat tube, to the top of seat is 85.5cm with 175 cranks. Nose of saddle to stem, mid-handlebar, is 59. I know I'm deformed :)
My first steel frames in the late 80's were between 62 - 64 c-to-c. I have an alu frame from Fondriest [former Cofidis bike from F. Andreu] at 61.4 c-to-c, and two carbon frames. My first Fondriest carbon had extensions on the seat and head tubes [63.5 c-to-top], while the second [see pic] is off the shelf the largest frame size they made. This one is my first that is slightly sloping, so that throws all my comparisions off - but I think 60cm to the top of the top tube, not the seat collar.
I never thought I could ride an off the shelf sized bike [all my race bikes were ex-Andreu], but this TF1 is super. I'd imagine that these days the tech in new materials, layups, and design has made this possible, with as much to do with components as frame.
Please note that it no longer wears Tufos, but it was the only pic I have handy.


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Zdravo komsija!
Extra je bicikl, video sam ovde jedan takav ram i odlepio kako je uradjen :shock: Ovde nema toga da se pazari :( ali kazi mi koliko si ga ti platio(u eurima)
Imamo slicne proporcije :)


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weenie #2533 wrote:
Zdravo komsija!
Extra je bicikl, video sam ovde jedan takav ram i odlepio kako je uradjen :shock: Ovde nema toga da se pazari :( ali kazi mi koliko si ga ti platio(u eurima)
Imamo slicne proporcije :)


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60cm

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Nicolas wrote:
weenie #2533 wrote:
Zdravo komsija!
Extra je bicikl, video sam ovde jedan takav ram i odlepio kako je uradjen :shock: Ovde nema toga da se pazari :( ali kazi mi koliko si ga ti platio(u eurima)
Imamo slicne proporcije :)


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Heres my 61cm Merlin - handles great!

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=29617

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my 60 c-t colnago dream. I like big frames.. they look classy : )


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MMMM classy and fast :D


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59cm 2004 Litespeed Ultimate
SRAM Force gruppo
Zero G brakes
K-Sword
Speedplays
ES's
reynolds cages
Toupee saddle

clocks in around 15.1 lbs


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 Post subject: Re: Devinci Leo XL
PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2007 9:30 am 
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devinci_rider84 wrote:
this is as big as the Devinci's come, I believe it's st-58.5 and tt 58.5. Just for curiousity's sake; it's 15.4 lbs.


Very nice bike. I can see the stem is a Ritchey, but what bars are you using? I like the shape of them.


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Mine is a frame-size 60, with 59 cm top tube. Image

seat highth adjusted like this is 81cm (from center of bb to upper saddle surface).


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Here is my partly assembled 61 cm Cervelo:

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Post the whole bike when you finish it :shock:


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