Colnago C64 Disc

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Robbie84
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by Robbie84

Hello from a first-time poster! Here is my Colnago C64 Disc PKSL in size 58s.

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I actually don't have any weights at all (I am prepared to recieve a lifetime ban from this forum already!) but I know if I was concerned with the weight of a bolt, I'd just eat less cake...

The specs are as follows:
Wheels: Prime RP-38 carbon tubeless clinchers
Tyres: Schwalbe Pro-1 tubeless
Sealant: Caffelatex
Bars: Pro Vibe Aero Carbon (40cm)
Stem: Pro Vibe -10 120mm
Garmin mount: K-Edge Pro Vibe mount
Bar tape: Colnago White
Shifters: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Disc
Front derailleur: Shimano Ultegra 8050 Di2
Crankset: Shimano Ultegra 52-39 175mm
Pedals: Look Keo2 Max blade 16Nm
Rear derailleur: Shimano Ultegra 8050 Di2
Saddle: Specialized Toupe 143mm
Bottom bracket: Ceramic Speed T45
Extras: Shimano bar-end junction (in right bar end), bluetooth & ANT+ unit (in left bar end), Di2 battery (in seatpost).

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More pictures to follow (once I'm sure these ones work!)

ruru
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by ruru

nice bike!!! congratulations..

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Kayrehn
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by Kayrehn

You need silver bar tape and garmin cover it's a nice frame that looks great in larger sizes, and I know you'll enjoy the ride!


zurinow
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Joined: Sun Dec 23, 2018 9:57 pm

by zurinow

Hi Robbie, congrats on your machine!

I’m thinking of getting same bike and thorn about what size to go for, if 56s or 58s.

Would it be possible for you to share your body measures, mainly height and inseam, and your main bike measures, eg saddle height, saddle-bar distance and drop?

That would be big help, thank you in advance!

MiddMan
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by MiddMan

Robbie, your setup looks perfect, great job! That would probably be my size if I ever get a Colnago, and whilst I’m sad that they did away with trad geometry, I have to say that as far as sloping tubes go (and especially in larger sizes) that is a beautiful bike.

mnmasotto
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Location: Irvine, CA

by mnmasotto

Fantastic build. What a nicely put together machine.

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