Colnago Extreme Power (Milram), Record 10sp, LW Ventoux...

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Sacke
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by Sacke

Here is another beauty...

It is not my bike (again), but belongs to a gentleman with good taste. :)

Bike weighs 6,6kg with all the extra stuff on it.

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Redddraggon
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by Redddraggon

For me that's got to be the classiest Colnago paint scheme.

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synchronicity
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by synchronicity

Yep. Most colnagos look downright gaudy. Not this one though! :P
Vertebrae. Precision braking and shifting.

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corky
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by corky

do you know the size?.......lovely bike

MARLON
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by MARLON

The Frame and the group are nice...the wheels are excellent but not on this classic looking bike.....the handlebar is horror...saddle is individual.....i love the classic looking tires...

The frame and the group with hyperons deda seatpost, handlebar and stem would look much better...just my 2 cent :wink: !!!
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irwan
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by irwan

WOW!!!

This has go to be one of the most beautiful bike in the forum so far...

mid-v rims are the new deep-v's I reckon...(edit:or going to be IMO)

extremely hot!

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Roobay
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by Roobay

i really like this bike
well done 8)
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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

Nice, looks very expensive

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weenie #2533
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by weenie #2533

:shock:

Can you post bigger side shot?

bencolem
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by bencolem

I'd have to agree with Marlon - the wheels and frame are absolutely tip-top but they just don't work together on this bike...

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Sacke
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by Sacke

bencolem wrote:I'd have to agree with Marlon - the wheels and frame are absolutely tip-top but they just don't work together on this bike...


The bike was previously built with pitch black Lew Pro VT-1 wheels, but I have to say that despite the color coordination being more homogenous, the bike looks better with the Lightweights.

The size is a 52 sloping if I am not mistaken.

MARLON
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by MARLON

@ Sacke

There are frames you can put everything on it...technical style, italian style etc...and there always look good...but a colnago is not a frame like this...for me Colnago is Italia...and not Germany or America ( Lew stuff ...nobody need that.....)

A example for everything was made right...Ok the handlebar :wink: ..was from you

so cool that bike...100%

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum ... hp?t=49322
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