Pictures of Colnagos

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Beefheart
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by Beefheart

kavlares wrote:
Wed Dec 12, 2018 9:56 am
my latest of my favorite...

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Nice!
themidge wrote:
Sun Dec 09, 2018 12:10 pm
^^ lovely bikes :thumbup: What are those bottle cages on the Rabobank bike?
They are Arundels.
https://www.arundelbike.com/product/stainless/

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ChrisV
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by ChrisV

Here is my Master which I bought in 1986 my 1991 Carbitubo and my latest purchase the beautiful C64;
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In the Stable;
Colnago C64-2018++BMC Timemachine TM01-2013++Litespeed T5 Gravel Ti-2016++Colnago Carbitubo-1991++Colnago Master-1986++Woodrup 653 Tubing Custom TT 700c rear 650c front- 1996++GT Avalanche

Seedster
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My c64 disc internally routed

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Considering acquiring a c60 traditional as my next project


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guyc
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Super clean. Super nice.

Renne
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by Renne

I'm not a big Colnago fan but that is one hell of a nice looking bike.

seamaster76
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by seamaster76

This is my Concept with Sram etap and Quarq PM.

Wheels from Farsport (tubeless) and cockpit with Colnago stuff.

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kgt
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by kgt

Colnago 87 for Ernesto's 87th birthday

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Seedster
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by Seedster

Darkened things up a bit with new chain and tires because dirty gumwalls bothered me too much.

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Kumppa
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by Kumppa

Had to say ceramicspeeds pulley looks wrong on that. :? Otherwise it's very good looking bike.

Seedster
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You may be right in the end. Got it for virtually nothing, so I am trying it to see if there is even a smidgen of noticable performance gain

CLEAR
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by CLEAR

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Very clean build. Love the cockpit. What stem are you using om the c64?

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TonyM
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Actually the C64 is a nice bike but the combo of this big size, the spacers and the CeramicSpeed pulleys makes it quit unattractive. I think some frames are just not that nice in big size.

erik$
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by erik$

Nah, it's just the pulleys.

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by AJS914

I think it's just the angles of the photos. The first photo doesn't show a bike's "good side" plus the ground is sloping up. That makes a bike look weird. The camera is low in the first photo so you are seeing the underside of the bars. Another weird angle.

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