2015 Colnago C60, RSBK, 50s

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taylorpetie
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by taylorpetie

Thanks. Tire size 24.

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octav
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by octav

Gorgeous build, enjoy it!
What handlebars do you use there? Any recommandation on some matte handlebars without internal routing?
I have some Deda Superleggera for my C60 project but I don't like the friction it cause to mechanical 12 speed... Used to have it last year on a ETAP so no issues back there :D

c60rider
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by c60rider

octav wrote:
Thu Feb 28, 2019 12:36 pm
Gorgeous build, enjoy it!
What handlebars do you use there? Any recommandation on some matte handlebars without internal routing?
I have some Deda Superleggera for my C60 project but I don't like the friction it cause to mechanical 12 speed... Used to have it last year on a ETAP so no issues back there :D
I have the rs version of these bars and i just don't use the internal routing for this reason as it causes an ugly bend and twist on my SR11 to get the cables to route

taylorpetie
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by taylorpetie

octav wrote:
Thu Feb 28, 2019 12:36 pm

What handlebars do you use there? Any recommandation on some matte handlebars without internal routing?
I have some Deda Superleggera for my C60 project but I don't like the friction it cause to mechanical 12 speed... Used to have it last year on a ETAP so no issues back there :D
Handlebar = 3T SuperErgo. I internally routed the brake cables only... The shifting cables were routed outside -- didn't want to risk 'friction' to the shifting.... The 12 speed shifting so far has been great (after a break-in period).

octav
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by octav

Thanks for the tips. Will try to route them outside, hope it doesn't bother like this.
So I am not the only one crazy to think about the sh***y internal routing for mechanical levers

taylorpetie
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by taylorpetie

After 2+ weeks on the bike, made some minor adjustments to the bike fit, changed out stem, etc... and got a new garmin carbon mount. It rides beautifully...

Pics of the ride today.

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coreyaugustus
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by coreyaugustus

Love the tricolore spacers. Nice touch.

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by fogman

Very nice. What length stem?


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pritchet74
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by pritchet74

Does anyone have a pair of those Jagwire brake cable end caps mentioned? No bike shops here have them and online I only see that they can be bought in a bottle of 50. I only need 2 for my incoming C60......
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taylorpetie
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fogman wrote:
Wed Apr 15, 2020 1:03 am
Very nice. What length stem?
Stem length is 100

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taylorpetie
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by taylorpetie

Should have also updated this thread with the latest build.....swapped out the handle bar from 3T to Deda and some other minor details awhile back.

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mnmasotto
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by mnmasotto

Really nice build. How do you like the Campy 12 speed? I have several bikes with Campy 11 speed. Only one with 12 speed. Definitley feels different but not sure if I prefer the feel of the 12 over 11 speed yet.

The Campy Boras are my favorite wheels. Just wish they did not have that finicky valve stem spacer?

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