Colnago C60 Neon Orange

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chazmtb
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by chazmtb

Sweet. Can't with to see it finished.

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Johnny Rad
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by Johnny Rad

What's the backstory - if any - on orange being a limited edition from Colnago? Being a special geometry makes me think there's something to it.

Like the other posters already said, you've got a two very nice looking (and rare) frames.

SuperDomestique
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by SuperDomestique

Got some shots of this built..bit more touch up to do as these were just done for social media but thought I'd show..


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corky
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by corky

Love that the logos are white.......really,really nice C60

Ps great pics too.....

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fritzbox
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by fritzbox

Wow :thumbup:

MikeyBE
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by MikeyBE

This colour is so nice! Wasn't a fan of the gloss colour/ Matt black c60 colours, but this changes things!


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LorneMalvo
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by LorneMalvo

Sweet!


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mile2424
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by mile2424

Tell me more about that studio set up! What kind of light source and umbrella are you using? Awesome pics, and awesome bike!

tids0009
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by tids0009

Didn't think I liked this paint scheme but built up, with the quality of the photo's you have taken it looks fantastic, really classy. Nice!

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jimaizumi
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by jimaizumi

Holy moly, what a nice build and rather content (so far) over the lack of any anti-shimano bashing...
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kgt
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by kgt

Awesome frame, really nice photos!

I always prefer Italian wheels and components on a Colnago. The italian flag on the downtube looks sad... :)

wobbly
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by wobbly

SuperDomestique wrote:Got some shots of this built..bit more touch up to do as these were just done for social media but thought I'd show..


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Nice looking frame - for me the chainset gloss, the rear cage shape and front mech cage stand out and detract from the overall impression...

mike
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by mike

shimano dura ace looks perfect on this build. also, love the long cage on the derailleur. gives you lots of options

Racingevo
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by Racingevo

Nice where did you mount the di2 junction box? How did you wire it up?

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SuperDomestique
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by SuperDomestique

Junction is in the seat tube. ran one shifter into the other then down to jc41 in seat tube. Used a y cable up to 3-port junction and battery.

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