Colnago CT2 HP B-Stay 2005, new pic and build list on page 5

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Now updated with white Regal Ti:

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Weight dropped to 8,26 kg, maybe a Gigantex Ultralight / Record wheelset next, to drop the weight below 8 kilos... ;)
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Perfect :thumbup: :beerchug:

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:up: Bike build continues on a budget (sort of):

Just received Reynolds Assault Tubulars... 8)

Rear: (still with Shimano freehub in the pic)
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Front:
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- Decals
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Total 1315 grams without decals.

Vittoria Corsa Evo CX II 23mm being stretched:
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Can't wait to go for a ride with these...

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Nice, man!!!! Cant wait for pics!!!! :thumbup:

Enjoy the ride!!! :beerchug:

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Too bad this bike isn`t produced any more, cos I would buy it in a heart beat :smartass:

Absolutly love it!
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Really nice looking bike you have :thumbup:

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New pics:

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Bigger pics at imageshack:

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Rear
Driveside


Weight with the wheelset is 7,87 kg / 17.35 lb. I changed the heavy Reynolds skewers to titanium ones to save some extra grams. :beerchug:

I think this bike is "ready" now, hopefully at least for a while... my wallet hurts... :oops:


FYI: Lens used in the earlier images was Sigma EX DC f/1.4 30mm, these latest pics are shot with Canon f/1.8 50mm.

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I love it!! It`s just perfect!!!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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well done - I like the look with the decals removed from the wheels on that bike - :thumbup:

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Took a pic today with my autumn/spring clincher wheelset: (Mavic Cosmos / GP4000 25mm Black Chili / Michelin Latex)

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Feels sluggish but comfortable...
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Now We're Talking, very cool

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I stunning bike indeed! :thumbup:

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Superb!
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Now it is as it should be! :thumbup:

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kgt wrote:Now it is as it should be! :thumbup:


Thanks! Still daydreaming of Ambrosio Nemesis + Vittoria Pavé, but I'm trying to enjoy it as it is now... :D

The bike may even see some smooth countryside gravel with the wheelset, but if the 25mm Contis seem too harsh or fragile, I'll just keep on riding on gravel with my CC that has some Challenge Grifo slicks..

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