Pictures of Colnagos

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currieinahurry
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by currieinahurry

IF YOU DO THAT I WILL FIND YOU...... AND I WILL KILL YOU..
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by majklnajt

:D :D :D
Current bike:
TREK Madone ~Remastered~ - FOR SALE

My ex bikes:
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COLNAGO C50 nl12

crn
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by crn

My Colnago Master 1993 (54cm)

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by SalsaLover

nice ! let's see the rest of it
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Colnagos : C50 ST01 - Master 30th AD10 - C40 Mapei WC

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by crn

SalsaLover wrote:nice ! let's see the rest of it

Just click on the pic (I did not want to spam the thread)

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Calnago
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by Calnago

@crn: Nice tease, but full frontal nudity is ok here. In fact, it's demanded. Let's see it. Side shot, head on, facing drive side.
Colnago C64 - The Naked Build; Colnago C60 - PR99; Trek Koppenberg - Where Emonda and Domane Meet;
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Calnago wrote:@crn: Nice tease, but full frontal nudity is ok here. In fact, it's demanded. Let's see it. Side shot, head on, facing drive side.

sure :)

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some details

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ready to roll :D

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:thumbup:

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SalsaLover
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by SalsaLover

very pretty,

As I sold the C40 frame and fork, I have a very good condition full Record 9speed group left, including the threaded headset, and wheelset, I was debating if I should setup my Mater with it.

Even though the Record 9 is very pretty and shiny compared to my Centaur, I guess to obtain replacement parts wouldn't be so easy, I see old and scratched 9 speed parts offered at ebay for very high prices, mine are mint but anyway they have already more than a decade of use.

My silver Ultra Centaur even though also off the catalog, can still be found new and I still have a set of ergos and brakes and a crank on my stash.

Probably my master would be someday upgraded to Athena Silver, or hopefully someday Campagnolo releases a high end Gruppo in silver.
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Colnagos : C50 ST01 - Master 30th AD10 - C40 Mapei WC

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Calnago
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by Calnago

@Marlboro Man: Super nice bike. Pictures don't do it justice... you should repost with a nice front on view during one of your rides outside. Frame looks to be in great shape, but hard to tell from the photo. Is it? What size is it?... 60,61,or 62 and you should keep me in mind should you ever want to sell it:). I don't have a steel Colnago, which is ok. My first "really nice" road bike was a steel Basso Loto, which I still have. That's the one I rode, so that's the one I should keep. It's red. I had a blue C50 but I never liked the blue so much on it. I love the blue on your Master. I'd "collect" that.
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Marlboro Man
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by Marlboro Man

Calnago wrote:@Marlboro Man: Super nice bike. Pictures don't do it justice... you should repost with a nice front on view during one of your rides outside. Frame looks to be in great shape, but hard to tell from the photo. Is it? What size is it?... 60,61,or 62 and you should keep me in mind should you ever want to sell it:). I don't have a steel Colnago, which is ok. My first "really nice" road bike was a steel Basso Loto, which I still have. That's the one I rode, so that's the one I should keep. It's red. I had a blue C50 but I never liked the blue so much on it. I love the blue on your Master. I'd "collect" that.


There's a few deep scratches and chips here and there but its pretty straight. The previous owner can't have done much mileage on it. It came with 8spd Dura Ace which I've since sold off. I'll keep upgrading the Dura Ace as and when funds and compatibility allow.

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by Guerdi

Those Open Pro CD rims do sure look nice when new.

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by Sparks

The new Sidi's will look great with your C50, nice choice.
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This bike makes me very happy. It's a 54s EPS I bought used about ten months ago. I would have been equally happy with a 58 trad, but this came up at the right price. I owned plenty of bikes in the years between my old Master and this one, but there's nothing like a Colnago for me. This is my ride and race everything bike; adjust wheels as needed.

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