Colnago V3 RS

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kompromesso
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by kompromesso

Hey guys. I've recently made a deposit for a V3RS 54s frameset and figuring out how to complete the build. I'll definitely go for Shimano 12v, still undecided which one as the difference in weight is not huge but DA px is twice Ultegra. In any case, I'd have to integrate brake wires only which should theoretically broaden options available for stem and handlebar. This year Colnago mounts Dedasuperzero Carbon on bikes equipped with DA, Aluminum version with Ultegra; stem is aluminum anyway. I'm not that fond about Superzero and, particularly if I decide to go for Ultegra, I'd have some spare resorces to buy lighter stuff. In your opinion which non-integrated solution would generate the best aesthetical result? I'm evaluating a wide range of products and prices, including Schmolke, 3T, Easton, Black Inc. Don't like Darimo though. Open for suggestions.

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milanv
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by milanv

kompromesso wrote:
Sat Sep 18, 2021 8:28 am
Hey guys. I've recently made a deposit for a V3RS 54s frameset and figuring out how to complete the build. I'll definitely go for Shimano 12v, still undecided which one as the difference in weight is not huge but DA px is twice Ultegra. In any case, I'd have to integrate brake wires only which should theoretically broaden options available for stem and handlebar. This year Colnago mounts Dedasuperzero Carbon on bikes equipped with DA, Aluminum version with Ultegra; stem is aluminum anyway. I'm not that fond about Superzero and, particularly if I decide to go for Ultegra, I'd have some spare resorces to buy lighter stuff. In your opinion which non-integrated solution would generate the best aesthetical result? I'm evaluating a wide range of products and prices, including Schmolke, 3T, Easton, Black Inc. Don't like Darimo though. Open for suggestions.
Deda Alanera, I am thinking about the change...
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kompromesso
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by kompromesso

[/quote]Deda Alanera, I am thinking about the change...
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alanera is gorgeous, although is pretty much impossibile to find in my size at the moment. Also I'd prefer a non-integrated solution in order to have more flexibility for further settings

kompromesso
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by kompromesso

in the end I went for 3T Aeroflux handlebar (220 gr), 3T Apto stem (149 gr) with 3T Prendo ribbon (90 gr). Will see how this look in terms of integration. Not very light for sure, but aestethically super nice to me.

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cveks
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Which size you suggest for 186 cm height?

milanv
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by milanv

cveks wrote:
Fri Oct 08, 2021 3:32 pm
Which size you suggest for 186 cm height?
56

Rickytomica
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by Rickytomica

Hello , I'm from Hong Kong. I have just bought a V3RS in frozen white and it's coming in following week
May anyone can suggest me what handlebar should I choose , integrated or normal one ? Is deda handlebar a good choice?
Thx everyone

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Mockenrue
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by Mockenrue

For integrated I would go with Deda Alanera. For normal, R41 handlebar with SR9 stem.

Rickytomica
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by Rickytomica

Mockenrue wrote:
Fri Oct 15, 2021 9:53 pm
For integrated I would go with Deda Alanera. For normal, R41 handlebar with SR9 stem.
thx a lot

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micky
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But Deda Newton Shallow is the only real choice.

Bb13
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by Bb13

Hi,
I'm 188cm.
I think that a 56s should fit.
Any idea of frame wheight on a 56s rim break version ?

Thanks

milanv
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by milanv

Bb13 wrote:
Sun Oct 17, 2021 3:44 pm
Hi,
I'm 188cm.
I think that a 56s should fit.
Any idea of frame wheight on a 56s rim break version ?

Thanks
Yes, right, 56s will be fine...


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by milanv

We don't have more serious information...

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