Modern Traditional C59

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Cento
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by Cento

As a proud owner,Im sharing my new ride and last masterpiece on my stable. Sorry to disappoint you guys but it’s not a weight weenie at 14lbs even..

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More clear photos here from twohubs.com

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eurperg
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by eurperg

Looks good!

+ White DT hubs and white cables, but not overdoing the white thing
- Enve stem, spacers, Gatorskins

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mr_tim
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Rippin
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by Rippin

Looking good there,Cento. I'd say 14 lbs is a pretty light weight for a C59 with standard parts.
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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

Badass bike, got nothing more to say

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What he said.

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by coloclimber

:thumbup: :thumbup:
Excellent.
Enve seatpost in your future?
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bm0p700f
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All ++ top me no -. I do like the c59

plasticol
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by plasticol

Hello Cento
Congrats in your new beautiful bike. I know the guys at Two Hubs, they are great.
Do you mind telling me what size is the bike and how tall are you?
Thanks..

Cento
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by Cento

Thanks Plastico,,the bike size is 52 traditional and my height is 5'7 its so perfect fit for me,,I rode it 50 miles yesterday,,awesome ride..

plasticol wrote:Hello Cento
Congrats in your new beautiful bike. I know the guys at Two Hubs, they are great.
Do you mind telling me what size is the bike and how tall are you?
Thanks..

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Oh, best size :) Had to save the picture for further thinking about C59 for me. Nice build but the stem looks a bit bold for that sleek frame.
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Cento
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by Cento

it will cost me to buff it,,but thats fine its wheels matching anyway..

cerro wrote:Oh, best size :) Had to save the picture for further thinking about C59 for me. Nice build but the stem looks a bit bold for that sleek frame.

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by phlip

What a supremely beautiful bike! Traditional looks so much better than sloping.

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