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I got a cr-mo Colossi frame, brand new. Cheap, but damn nice. Straight and really well buit. Made with Columbus Zona, 54 top tube (wich by the way, is a bit small to me - I should use a 55,5 TT). Built with DA7800, wheels are DA hubs with a Mach1 rim (32 holes), Velo orange alu seatpost (with huge setback) and a Velo seat with titanium rails. 700X23 clinchers, butyl tubes and maxxis tires.
Anyway, the bike rides damn nice almost all the time, but it just jumps A LOT in the rear. If I run over some bad tarmac (wich we have lots here in Brazil) the thing acts like a freaking Kanguru. It's annoying me too damn much
any ideas on what cause this, and what I can try to do to fix it? The Zona tubing was suposed to be strong. By the way, since the frame is a bit small, I got a lot of seatpost showing. I run with 120 psi on the clinchers, as I weight 81kg. With my AL and carbon bikes, never felt this weird problem...
Thanks in advance and again, if I should make a topic for it, just tell me.
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If i had a fleet like that my ridding would be halved because i would have trouble deciding wich bike to take for a spin !
Do anny of the bikes have a paticulair purpose, i mean did you perhaps build one withc limbing in mind or more comfort ?
There gorgeus, all of them !
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