Pictures of Colnagos

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Disc0
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by Disc0

So very nearly, almost, close to done.

Not really a WW special, owing to the battery and tools in the saddle bag. Oh, and possibly the discs. :wink:

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TonyM
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by TonyM

Is it a rear light or a cam?

Disc0
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by Disc0

Just a tail light for now. It's a DiNotte 400R - very, very bright.

joe1234
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by joe1234

Just a better picture for my Colnago For Ferrari CF6. Lightweight GEN III wheels, Special edition "Red" Ergopower, cassette 11-23 Full Titanium, chain catcher Campagnolo and pedals X-Presso 12 (replace the Campagnolo Pro-Fit). 6,6 kg or 14,5 lbs.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/140711978@N04/

coriordan
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by coriordan

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joe1234
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by joe1234

Thank you very much coriordan! :thumbup: :beerchug:

P.S.: I change the original part ,"the bottle cage Moro Elite" for a Specialized S-Works Carbon Rib Cage II. The color (red and black) of the Specialized cage is better... 8)

Getopardo
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by Getopardo

It seems that Chesini has never sponsored a professional team. However, they sponsored the Italian amateur team, in 1963, 1964 and 1965.

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dgasmd
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by dgasmd

Just finished my new addition to “The Herd”. Sofia came in at 14.03 lb.Image

joe1234
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by joe1234

dgasmd is it a 48s frame?

Your bike is 8oz (½ lb) lighter than my Colnago Ferrari...I don't know exactly why? :?

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dgasmd
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joe1234 wrote:dgasmd is it a 48s frame?

Your bike is 8oz (½ lb) lighter than my Colnago Ferrari...I don't know exactly why? :?
It is a 48S.

I think it is actually lighter than what the crappy scale I used says. Still need to cut the steerer tube, will have a lighter cassette, no computer mount, may replace the seat post for a much lighter one, and maybe even lighter tape. I did cut weight on a few not so visible parts. Will post a build list later on in a dedicated thread.

taztaylortaz
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by taztaylortaz

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C50, 55cm, PR00.

Centaur 10 speed UltraTorque with alloy levers, Colnago seat post, Ritchey WCS 4axis stem, Ritchey bars, King Iris cages.
Heavy wheels, Vittoria Open Corsas, Arione KiUm, Arundel Dual bag, X2 pedals. And of course, Cinelli bar wrap.

Lightish, but not WW light. Nothing exotic but gets the job done. Felt good to get a few miles in this weekend after some unusually cold weather (for Atlanta).

Evanum
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by Evanum

Of course I want to do that, but its hard to find the time. I cant make it a priority because very few people are getting the pictures this way.

nismosr
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by nismosr

Allan Wanta did an awesome job painting the Deda Superzero bar and stem for my Colnago Concept !

ImageConcept by nismosr, on Flickr

joe1234
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by joe1234

Marvellous nismosr! :thumbup: A collector stem-handlebar!!! :wink:

gimmes0me
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by gimmes0me

Hi all - just purchased a new C59 frame from a local shop. upon closer inspection, i noticed some "splitting" (not sure what else to call it) in the non-drive side bottom bracket. Is this something i should be worried about?

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