Colnago C64 PKRD frame,finally

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Zakalwe
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by Zakalwe

Lovely. Can you get a saddle rail fitting for the light?

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Devastazione
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by Devastazione

Zakalwe wrote:
Tue Apr 03, 2018 1:50 pm
Lovely. Can you get a saddle rail fitting for the light?
Actually did not realize the Flare R rubber has a little screw that can be undone and thus making the rubber a bit longer. It still won't look good but at least it'll fit.

guyc
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LOVELY!!! I think the wheels work really well.

TurboTommy
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by TurboTommy

That colour’s fantastic congrats! It looks really smart

Ehrmantraut
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by Ehrmantraut

Looks supercool!

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Calnago
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by Calnago

Nice @Devastazione... I think the wheels look fine. But your call on the graphics of course. The bottle cages I've not seen before... what are they? And I see you decided to go with the traditional cable routing after all. What was it that swayed you either way?
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Devastazione
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by Devastazione

Maiden ride. The bike feels perfect,extremely surefooted and ready to jump forward if asked to. Very surprised by its cornering ability .
I’m sure it’ll have some shortcomings aswell but right now let the honeymoon rule..
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Devastazione
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Calnago wrote:
Wed Apr 04, 2018 9:58 pm
Nice @Devastazione... I think the wheels look fine. But your call on the graphics of course. The bottle cages I've not seen before... what are they? And I see you decided to go with the traditional cable routing after all. What was it that swayed you either way?
The “real” bottle was given to me after a visit at Specialized HQ in Morgan Hill,the year before i’ve managed to reap one of the cages, belive it or not Mike Sinyard in person gave it to me. The other one is just a fake tools bottle.
Yes in the end we went with the risky routing,we tested the “proper” one at least visually but given the missing cable entry C60 style they just looked weird. The bike shifts,that’s all that matters,but i’ve could have sworn i’ve heard a weird sound when going from small to big ring and wanted it to do so very quickly,like when you pull up you jacket zip real quick sound, or something. Maybe the whole bike and components will need some break in period.
Wheels graphics are a bit redundant to me .The 3k finish makes them busy enough,no need to furtherly mess up. Problem is i’ve heard Fulcrum can be extremely picky if warranty claims arise,even for a missing sticker. I’ll see what to do.

Weight is good considering the bike size and the Ultegra group : 7,100 kgs with pedals and cages.

BikeKingV1r
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by BikeKingV1r

Bike looks sexy!!! Loving the red. I’m with most on the wheels, they looks good as is but can see where it might look a bit cleaner without ;)

r4nd0mv4r14bl3
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by r4nd0mv4r14bl3

Congratulations. Looks nice.

Seeing this frame, I was thinking about the rear derailleur cable routing. Inside the chainstay, before it exits at the back, the cable needs to bend by some degree. Do you know, is it running inside there on bare carbon or does it use any liner or sheath?

Devastazione
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by Devastazione

r4nd0mv4r14bl3 wrote:
Thu Apr 05, 2018 8:37 am
Congratulations. Looks nice.

Seeing this frame, I was thinking about the rear derailleur cable routing. Inside the chainstay, before it exits at the back, the cable needs to bend by some degree. Do you know, is it running inside there on bare carbon or does it use any liner or sheath?
Sheath at the exit port,naked in the chainstay.

hgw20
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by hgw20

Devastazione wrote:
Calnago wrote:
Wed Apr 04, 2018 9:58 pm
Nice @Devastazione... I think the wheels look fine. But your call on the graphics of course. The bottle cages I've not seen before... what are they? And I see you decided to go with the traditional cable routing after all. What was it that swayed you either way?
The “real” bottle was given to me after a visit at Specialized HQ in Morgan Hill,the year before i’ve managed to reap one of the cages, belive it or not Mike Sinyard in person gave it to me. The other one is just a fake tools bottle.
Yes in the end we went with the risky routing,we tested the “proper” one at least visually but given the missing cable entry C60 style they just looked weird. The bike shifts,that’s all that matters,but i’ve could have sworn i’ve heard a weird sound when going from small to big ring and wanted it to do so very quickly,like when you pull up you jacket zip real quick sound, or something. Maybe the whole bike and components will need some break in period.
Wheels graphics are a bit redundant to me .The 3k finish makes them busy enough,no need to furtherly mess up. Problem is i’ve heard Fulcrum can be extremely picky if warranty claims arise,even for a missing sticker. I’ll see what to do.

Weight is good considering the bike size and the Ultegra group : 7,100 kgs with pedals and cages.
How is the honeymoon doing? Any new thoughts after a month of relationship?

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