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

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eurperg
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by eurperg

My first road bike finally coming together...

Build list:

- Colnago CT2 HP B-Stay 2005, carbon/titanium, size 57, color PR04, weight 1600 grams
- Colnago Street Carbon forks, 570 grams with uncut steerer
- Campagnolo Chorus 11 CT Groupset
- Campagnolo Chorus carbon seatpost
- Deda Newton31 Shallow Road Oversize 31.7
- Deda Zero 100 Black Oversize 31.7
- Deda Perforated white bar tape
- Selle San Marco Regal Saddle
- FSA Orbit X headset (yeah, I know... )
- Reynolds Solitude wheelset with Reynolds skewers (already had this wheelset, just swapped the freehub from Shimano version)
- Michelin Pro2Race tires with Michelin Latex tubes

Found the frame from eBay. It's in almost NOS condition, even the fork is unut.
I think it's going to end up a bit heavier than my cyclocross bike, but hopefully not much... (http://bit.ly/9niVdl)

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More pics coming as the build progresses....
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I am happy for you!! Beautifull looking bike!

Also happy you chose Deda ;)

Looking forward to this build!

Have fun!!! :thumbup:
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The build list look hot!
Waiting for final build pics!

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Oh yeah, this is going to be lovely... Great paintscheme - I had the red version on my C50.

Shame it's not a Star fork though. Excellent choice on the tyres/tubes.

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Woooha! Could this be bargain Weenie of the year??!!!

Niiiiiice! When can we expect to see it on the road?

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Not the lightest frame in the world; but very good looking!

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eurperg
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Tinea Pedis wrote:Niiiiiice! When can we expect to see it on the road?


The build will be finished in a week or two... :beerchug:

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Current bike:
TREK Madone ~Remastered~ - FOR SALE

My ex bikes:
TREK Madone 5.9 SL
COLNAGO C50 nl12

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:shock: that is going to be a lovely bike :thumbup:

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eurperg
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majklnajt wrote:Found Colnago Force carbon fork...

http://forum.tour-magazin.de/showthread.php?t=197407


Thanks for the tip, but unfortunately the steerer seems to be too short...
The frame has 173 mm head tube. Actually the frame size seems to be 59, since Colnago names frame sizes based on seat tube c-t and not c-c...? both TT and ST in this frame are still 57 c-c.

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So thats why it looked kind of big to me, for a size 57 ;)
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TREK Madone ~Remastered~ - FOR SALE

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TREK Madone 5.9 SL
COLNAGO C50 nl12

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can't wait for the finished build, looks great! :lol:

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eurperg
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Build kit arrived:

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Maybe a wrenching session with some nice italian red wine later tonight... ;)

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majklnajt
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I cannot wait man.... :D

I figured out, that I like the process of how could/should a bike look like.... group, bars, stem, seatpost, sadlle, etc.... :D
Current bike:
TREK Madone ~Remastered~ - FOR SALE

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TREK Madone 5.9 SL
COLNAGO C50 nl12

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Great looking frame.

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