Colnago Master 30th AD10

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Wow :shock:

Perfect colors and proportions!!

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by DRAGON60

Those wheels are very complimentary----that's a bike to stare at in a hypnotic trance in your living room. You've got me dreaming in Italian now. :hmm:

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SalsaLover
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by SalsaLover

thanks guys, it is a true beauty and a pleasure to ride !
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Colnagos : C50 ST01 - Master 30th AD10 - C40 Mapei WC

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jmilliron
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by jmilliron

SalsaLover wrote:in Aero Mode ;)

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Master 30th Cosmics por Salsa_Lover, en Flickr
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Master 30th Cosmics por Salsa_Lover, en Flickr


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Love it.
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greddy65
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by greddy65

Salsa
Congrats, you nailed it. The quill stem + classic bars is just perfect on this. I personally think that the saddle fits here and do like the look! I used to have the Molteni coloured master that ernesto did a couple of years back and I still regret letting it go to this day :(

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kbbpll
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by kbbpll

That is one beautiful machine.
Later, in winter perhaps, you might get a kick out of building it up with your SR11. My cousin and I both did our 2010's like that, and the combo of classic (or should I say timeless) Italian steel and top-line groupo... to me, wow. I can understand if you're sticking with a certain concept though.
Get used to people saying "Beautiful bike! How old is it?".

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SalsaLover
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by SalsaLover

Thanks guys,

Yes, I still leave open the possibility of rebuilding it on R11 or SR11, I have them new in boxes, for that of maybe the SR11 for the coming C59 on AD10.

But well, what I wanted on this Master is to have a full metal equivalent of my C-50 and that goal is met :), you never know maybe on a not so distant day, Campagnolo surprises us with an special edition all silver high end groupset.

For the time being it looks and performs really good on this centaur UT/US.

And about the C59 AD10 I am looking forward to see it in the flesh at Eurobike this August.
Hucken The Fard Up !
Colnagos : C50 ST01 - Master 30th AD10 - C40 Mapei WC

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Quinn039
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by Quinn039

HOLY FUUUUUU!!! That is great! Those paint jobs are just incredible.

kingfishr
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by kingfishr

Beautiful build! How did you swing the threaded fork??? I am very close to doing a similar build after having bought a Master Light 59cm that was a bit too large. Is this a 56? How tall are you and what is the distance from the BB to the top of the saddle?

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SalsaLover
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by SalsaLover

I use 74.5 cm from center of BB to the saddle top intersection following the seatpost line
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Colnagos : C50 ST01 - Master 30th AD10 - C40 Mapei WC

azzamac
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by azzamac

Hello there, a noob here. Came across this post when researching about building a Colnago Master.

For the Campagnolo Record threaded headset that you are using, is it a standard 1-inch? Or does it come in other sizes?

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SalsaLover
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by SalsaLover

It is 1 inch,

The regular Master comes with a non threaded fork.

I specially ordered mine with a threaded fork.
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Colnagos : C50 ST01 - Master 30th AD10 - C40 Mapei WC

azzamac
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by azzamac

I see. Thank you for the information. If i need a non-threaded fork, where can I get one?

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SalsaLover
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by SalsaLover

you mean, to buy the fork only ?

it would depend on where you are located, I have seen some online shops who have them like totalcycling.co.uk

http://www.totalcycling.com/en/Colnago- ... 17141.aspx

It's very expensive as a spare though.
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Colnagos : C50 ST01 - Master 30th AD10 - C40 Mapei WC

azzamac
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by azzamac

Oops, sorry, i meant a threaded fork. Typed too fast earlier.

Love your Master set-up! Can i find out what size your Master is, and also the length of the threaded fork you are using for it?

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