My Colnago C64 Disc 1x - sub 6.8 kg build

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TwistedWheels
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by TwistedWheels

I'm new to the forum, but I've used it so many times to find information that I need, so I thought I'd share my new road bike build with you - maybe someone will find it useful :beerchug:

At 6.78 kg, it's not super light, but in my view this is the best looking frame on the market (and it looks like it will stay like that after the release of c68...). It also has 56mm aero wheels and 28mm tyres, so I'm fine with the final weight.

The build specs:
Frameset: Colnago C64 Fully Integrated (size 52S)
Wheelset: Farsports Ventoux S6 Evo 56mm
Tyres: Conti GP5000 28mm non-tubeless
Tubes: Tubolito Road 60mm
Saddle: Bjorn Sedlo
Handlebars: Farsports F1 420x100 with Colnago spacer
Seatpost: Hylix
Shifters: Sram Rival AXS
Rear mech: Sram Force AXS
Cranks: Sram Red AXS
Chainring: Garbaruk 42T
Cassette: Rotor 11-39T
Chain: Sram XX1 Eagle
Brake callipers: Hope RX4+
Brake rotors: Shimano Dura-Ace 140mm
Bar tape: Godandfamous
Pedals: Speedplay with aftermarket Ti axles

I've made a video for my Twisted Wheels Youtube channel with the weight of all components, I hope you'll like it :)


Nicke
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by Nicke

Watched this video a few days ago, nice build. Tip: builds go in "Introduce yourself / Gallery", but I'm sure a mod can move it there.

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by robbosmans

Welcome. I just moved this thread to the correct category. Bike looks gorgeous!

TwistedWheels
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by TwistedWheels

Thanks guys!

montana05
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by montana05

Awesome bike; love the classic frame with the choice of components and the 1x setup
Best bike of 2022 so far on the forum: great inspiration fo my new build......

TwistedWheels
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by TwistedWheels

montana05 wrote:
Thu Jun 30, 2022 10:39 am
Best bike of 2022 so far on the forum: great inspiration fo my new build......
Wow, thanks mate :D

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by MrCurrieinahurry

Excellent work and cool vid

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TwistedWheels
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by TwistedWheels

MrCurrieinahurry wrote:
Thu Jun 30, 2022 11:59 am
Excellent work and cool vid Image
Thanks! :)

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by jmagoulas

Very nice! Highly enjoyed the video. Great work and keep them coming.

TwistedWheels
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by TwistedWheels

jmagoulas wrote:
Thu Jun 30, 2022 12:53 pm
Very nice! Highly enjoyed the video. Great work and keep them coming.
Thanks! 👊🏼

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Lucendi
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by Lucendi

Beautiful build! And cool video!

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by spokenwords

that was dope. I think I need some godandfamous bartape. Just because. Nice riding, nice family, and nice bikes. congrats
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TwistedWheels
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by TwistedWheels

Thanks, Lucendi and spokenwords! 👊🏼

CLEAR
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by CLEAR

Awesome.. hadn't realized the primato is yours, been seeing its different iterations over the years, nicely done. And now this c64, once again nicely done, 👌 can't wait to see what you would do this this c64 in the future. And yes I agree c64 looks nicer than c68, in fact I prefer the c60 rim brake with its lugs and 3k carbon parts. Fun fact: your C64 is the last pride of Ernesto Colnago where still got his signature 😉

bobinski
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by bobinski

That is a sweet ride 👏

I am thinking of transitioning to 1x with sram axs. Gearing low enough and gear gaps small enough for the mountains?

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