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Kayrehn
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by Kayrehn

Great colour for the C60! I was deciding between the C64 in this colour and the C60 PLGL but settled on the latter eventually, for reasons unrelated to the colour choice. Certainly gives your old frame new life!

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Roel W
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RichTheRoadie wrote:
Sun Sep 12, 2021 10:32 am
My first modern Colnago:
Where's the seatpost clamp gone?
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ms6073
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The latest version of the C-64 uses an internal, wedge bolt. See the Colnago C64 - Inside and Out thread.

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michael432000
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by michael432000

My C40’s.

The HP in almost new condition is still running the original chain from 2003. The Campagnolo Record groupset is spotless.

The workhorse Lampre is just a mismatch of componentry but I love it.

Strange thing is the 53cm Lampre, which is probably my best size, feels huge compared to the smaller size 52cm HP. Like a Rolls Royce and a Ferrari.


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welchy
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by welchy

RobJ wrote:
Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:02 pm
Here is one of my Colnago's. I just finished up the build late yesteday with just enough light for a few spins around the neighborhood. Extremely happy the way everything came out. Running a few extra spacers until things shake out and get comfortable with the bike, then will probably add some more drop. I wanted to keep it as much as an all-Italian build as possible. Here are the build details:

Colnago C59 Italia PR99 57cm Traditional geometry (NOS)
Campagnolo Super Record Rev+ Shifters/RD/FD
Campagnolo Super Record Ti crankset, 172.5 50/34
Deda Superleggera Carbon bars, 44cm
3T ARXII-Pro -17 stem, custom Colnago graphics
Deda Superleggero RS Carbon 31.6 seatpost
Fizik Antares R1 Versus EVO saddle
EE Brakes
Campagnolo Bora 35 tubular wheel set
Veloflex Arenberg Tires
Powertap P1 powermeter pedals
KMC X11SL chain
Elite Custom Race Cages

7144g as currently built without really trying to use WW parts.

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Trawling through this thread and this is an absolute beauty - can't get enough of the white and the Colnago logo font. Boootiful!

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by MrMojo

My latest Colnago build a 58t 1996 Tecnos. The frame is NOS and is virtually like new. NOS ITM 225 handlebars and ITM stem, NOS Campagnolo C Record Seatpost. Campagnolo Chorus 11s groupset, Zipp 202 wheels, Concor saddle, Silca titanium bottle cages. Really pleased how it had turned out.
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