Colnago C50 - NL12

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Thank you!

Depends on the temperatures. If it`s around 5 degrees celsius, yes. If it`s colder, no.

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by majklnajt

Resting and waiting for new bar + stem :D

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by cmh

What bar & stem did you go with?

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by majklnajt

Deda Zero100 bar and stem, 130 mm (on the pic is 120 mm). :D

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by cmh

majklnajt wrote:Deda Zero100 bar and stem, 130 mm (on the pic is 120 mm). :D


Excellent...great combo.

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by hubert222

majklnajt wrote:Deda Zero100 bar and stem, 130 mm (on the pic is 120 mm). :D


nice!i m also using 130 Deda zero 100 stem
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Spring classic ;)
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Can`t get enough of this bike :smartass: Hope, some day I will suffer on a Colnago :!:
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Hehe, I am sure you will. ;) But you have to believe in it ... :smartass:

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Gorgeous bike! :)

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by Willier

Btw, how much does it weight?
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Thank you.

Around 7,40 kg with deep wheels. Have to weight it for exact numbers ...
It could loose some weight if I`d change the fork expander, casette ... around 50 grams I`d say ... But why?! It`s cheaper to loose my weight ;)

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This is a classic one..
Any impressions about the xentis wheels? Any problems so far?
What about braking performance?


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Very, very satisfied with this wheelset!!

Problems: none.

Haven`t tried other carbon wheels, but braking, compared to alu rims, is actually better, dry or wet.OK, you can hear some sqeeking if the braking is hard and long, and smell some burned rubber too :D Yes, U can use rubber brake pads. The first set wears out quickly - as if the brake track must get used to rubber.

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