Colnago C64 - Inside and Out

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Fideliojbc
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jwest wrote:
Fideliojbc wrote:
Sun Sep 18, 2022 12:37 am
Where are you finding a C64 frame set?
I tried to find a C64 size 54s and there is nothing out there.
Thanks


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What country are you in? I just found C64 DISC frames in 52s, 54s, 56s at a US dealer.
I am in the US. What is that dealer?
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Fideliojbc wrote:
Sun Sep 18, 2022 1:46 pm
jwest wrote:
Fideliojbc wrote:
Sun Sep 18, 2022 12:37 am
Where are you finding a C64 frame set?
I tried to find a C64 size 54s and there is nothing out there.
Thanks


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What country are you in? I just found C64 DISC frames in 52s, 54s, 56s at a US dealer.
I am in the US. What is that dealer?
Thanks


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R and A in NY. I've ordered with them several times. it's a legit shop as well. I bought a 3T gravel bike there, bars, stems, etc. Knowledgeable shop folks too.

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Fideliojbc wrote:
Sun Sep 18, 2022 12:37 am
Where are you finding a C64 frame set?
I tried to find a C64 size 54s and there is nothing out there.
Thanks
To be fair; choice is very limited.

The C64 has been on top of my list for a couple of years now (together with 2-3 other frames). The world is moving towards discs and my current bike is 4 years running, so I'm trying to sell myself that N+1 may happen.

I came across an as-new C64 in 56s and a different paintscheme on the 2nd hand market. To be fair; the Frozen Red C64 is the color scheme that's really got my heart pumping. Usually I wait until the end of an iteration to make my decision and hope for a sale, but there weren't any in the past 2 years. Since then I haven't seen new frames that are better looking than the Colnago which creates some sense of urgency to go look and find one now.

If anyone knows a Frozen Red disc frameset in 56s in Europe, please let me know :).
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jwest wrote:
Fideliojbc wrote:
Sun Sep 18, 2022 1:46 pm
jwest wrote:
Fideliojbc wrote:
Sun Sep 18, 2022 12:37 am
Where are you finding a C64 frame set?
I tried to find a C64 size 54s and there is nothing out there.
Thanks


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What country are you in? I just found C64 DISC frames in 52s, 54s, 56s at a US dealer.
I am in the US. What is that dealer?
Thanks


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R and A in NY. I've ordered with them several times. it's a legit shop as well. I bought a 3T gravel bike there, bars, stems, etc. Knowledgeable shop folks too.
Thanks, they have a few 54s!


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Just picked this one up, its a My Sixty 4 custom paint, I still need to chnage a few things and dial in the fit, but its got me thinking of this thread and Calnago.....


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Well, thats a great bike ⭐️👍🏼. What's the weight ?

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PinaRene wrote:
Thu Sep 29, 2022 8:58 pm
Well, thats a great bike ⭐️👍🏼. What's the weight ?
Thank you, see more info here ...... viewtopic.php?f=10&t=170962&p=1770402#p1770402

But 6.98kg / 15.4lbs - with Camp WTO60 Tubeless as seen below

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Thank you, see more info here ...... viewtopic.php?f=10&t=170962&p=1770402#p1770402

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Ypuh wrote:
Fideliojbc wrote:
Sun Sep 18, 2022 12:37 am
Where are you finding a C64 frame set?
I tried to find a C64 size 54s and there is nothing out there.
Thanks

If anyone knows a Frozen Red disc frameset in 56s in Europe, please let me know :).
Check out Velo7. In my search for a c64, Wojciech got back to me and has one in Frozen Red.

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geoffism wrote:
Ypuh wrote:
Fideliojbc wrote:
Sun Sep 18, 2022 12:37 am
Where are you finding a C64 frame set?
I tried to find a C64 size 54s and there is nothing out there.
Thanks

If anyone knows a Frozen Red disc frameset in 56s in Europe, please let me know :).
Check out Velo7. In my search for a c64, Wojciech got back to me and has one in Frozen Red.
Just reread the email, he has one in 54s, not 56s. Maybe worth a double check on your correct size.


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Hi, I have a C64 frame set coming. I included in the order the SR9 stem but I am not sure whether the cables can be 100% hidden. I can see part of them in every picture I find on line. Keeping aside Deda Alanera, what options do I have other than the SR9 + R41 handlebar?
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If your C64 is the disc brake model and you are running a mechanical drivetrain, I do not think you will be able to accomplish internal routing through the stem. If you are running EPS or Di2, then you should be able to route wires and hydraulic brake hose through the stem's inner bore. That said, you will need to make sure brake lines length are pretty exact as once installed, any changes will more than likely new hydraulic brake hose and depending on the handlebars, a good bit of effort to route the hose and wires.
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