Colnago C60 59 traditional MHBL *New picture on page 3*

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LorneMalvo
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by LorneMalvo

Classy built! Would be even more classy with campy crankset and bora wheels ;) but I also like it in it's current state

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TomColnago
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by TomColnago

Heres a picture of it in the open with the ea90 slx's on for training. sorry guys for the easton wheels on it but i like the way they ride :thumbup: just noticed the saddle has slid back which has now been corrected on the bike
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Look565w
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by Look565w

:thumbup:

Just to compare, my traditional 53cm frames (MHCF scheme - less paint) with headset bearings, BB ThreadFit cups & rear mech hanger only is 1165g. My fork is still un-cut at 421g but my Colnago seat post is 207g :shock:

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TomColnago
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by TomColnago

Look565w wrote::thumbup:

Just to compare, my traditional 53cm frames (MHCF scheme - less paint) with headset bearings, BB ThreadFit cups & rear mech hanger only is 1165g. My fork is still un-cut at 421g but my Colnago seat post is 207g :shock:

Cheers


my frame alone is probably around the 1300g mark but this is probably as you said due to paint and also more frame with mine being a 59cm :D

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