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FilmAt11
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by FilmAt11

Nice build Nestor. What’s wrapped around the seat tube near the brake?

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ultimobici
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FilmAt11 wrote:Nice build Nestor. What’s wrapped around the seat tube near the brake?
Looks like the EPS shutoff belt.


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MiddMan
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by MiddMan

Does anyone have a Cipollini NKTT? I haven’t found any reviews online (and only one or two of the discontinued NUKE).

MrMojo
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by MrMojo

My two in size Large, both have Campagnolo Chorus groupsets, Fizik Arione 00 saddles, 3T Aeronova handlebars and 3T Ltd stems. NK1K has Reynolds 90/72 Wheels and the RB1K has Zipp 404/808 wheels. Both weigh in at 7.5kg each.
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Bondurant
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by Bondurant

Weapons!

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by kgt

Awesome bikes!

MiddMan
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by MiddMan

That NK1K is on point! So is the RB1K, but I love the lines and colour pop of the NK. How does it ride?
I think because of the comparatively shorter head tubes and more trad lines, Cipollini bikes look really good in larger sizes. I have an XL RB800 and a soon-to-arrive surprise also in an XL. The Large you have looks great!

searchdogs1
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by searchdogs1

This is my pride and joy :
2018 Cipollini NK1K Camoflage Grey Matt.
Campagnolo Chorus Groupset.
Easton EA70 AX flared bars.
Easton EA70, 90 mm Stem.
FIzIk Bar Wrap.
Fizik Aliante Seat.
Cipollini’s own carbon aero seatpost
Easton EC90 SL Disc Tubular Wheels 1130 grams without cassette, rotors, tyres.
SwissStop 6 bolt floating rotors.
Vittoria Corsa Control 30 mm Tubular tyres.
Currently weighs in at 7.570 kg
Still some room to shed weight but was never intended to be built super light in the first place .
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My first disc bike...
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by kgt

Nice but it cries for high profile wheels

zappafile123
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by zappafile123

kgt wrote:
Wed Apr 10, 2019 9:47 pm
Nice but it cries for high profile wheels
or at least take the decals off
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by MiddMan

That's wonderful nestornnk! I agree with kgt, high profile wheels would complete the look. Also much as I've tried to fight the trend, it does seem that disc brakes are here to stay, and I'll probably go that direction for my next bike...

MiddMan
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by MiddMan

My first TT bike:
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by kgt

Awesome!

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