Colnago C59 Team White

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mycool77
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by mycool77

Here's a pic of my C59 being built. Getting it tomorrow, excited!
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davec
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you're going to love it

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by Nutellaurent

nice colnago, post some more pics when it's finished :)

mycool77
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by mycool77

Just got it today! Will post more as I ride it! Image


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Very nice indeed. I'm interested to know why you went for the Zero 1 stem and not the Zero 100 SC.

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Excellent!
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mycool77
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by mycool77

Thank you for the compliments. The Zero1 is just a place holder for a Zero SC on back order.


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Biff
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Looks dope :thumbup: .50/34?..you do a lot of climbing?

mycool77
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Biff wrote:Looks dope :thumbup: .50/34?..you do a lot of climbing?


At least planning to, this would be my "climbing" bike. Lots of hills and mountains here in SoCal. Planning to do Breathless Agony again in 2014. Either I do I lot of climbing or....my puny legs can't put out much torque. Hehe...

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Love it!
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Wow.

Nothing to add, just maybe a -17 stem for that ultimate aggressive look :D

In the pic, the high contrast makes the white paint to stand out beautifully. Gives me a thought for a moment, maybe I should seek out something "classic" like it as well...
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mycool77
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by mycool77

mrlobber wrote:Wow.

Nothing to add, just maybe a -17 stem for that ultimate aggressive look :D

In the pic, the high contrast makes the white paint to stand out beautifully. Gives me a thought for a moment, maybe I should seek out something "classic" like it as well...


Classic as in colorway wise or bike wise?


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gilldog
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I like this a lot. Black and white never goes out of style

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Another angle


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