Pictures of Colnagos

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fletch62
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by fletch62

Man, you must have been a good boy this year. Are they all yours?

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Classic geometry... Thats the spirit!!!
Current bike:
TREK Madone ~Remastered~ - FOR SALE

My ex bikes:
TREK Madone 5.9 SL
COLNAGO C50 nl12

vdrey
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by vdrey

Gumwalls25 wrote:Yup, no gumwalls yet, stores around here don't have any stock! Made to the decision to ride with regular tires for the Holiday vacation..

Bigger pics:

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Colnagos Dec2013 by CyclingIsFreedom25, on Flickr



Sir, you must be a magician.


How did you last 24 hours without any one commenting on the chain being on the inner ring:?

Ekorre
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by Ekorre

Nice looking pair!

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MJB
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by MJB

2nd Colnago build for me and 3rd and my final road bike although one should never say never..........

NOS Master X Light frame and NOS Precisa fork. Size 54 seat and top tube. The frame was actually finished in the matt 'Soft Paint' which I found stained up too easily so a full clean and triple coating of 2 pac automotive clear gloss before building up.

My objective was to build a bicycle with plenty of retro visual appeal with heaps of highly polished equipment. I insist upon riding compact cranks so period correct Record/Chorus etc was out and full alloy Athena 11speed with UT compact cranks is in.

Cinelli Touch anatomic bars on a refurbished Kalloy stem / Campagnolo Record 1" threaded headset / Nitto S65 seat post with SMP Dynamic saddle

Hand polished Campagnolo Lambda Strada tubular rims with polished DT Swiss Champion spokes laced up to Record 10sp era polished alloy hubs all topped off with a pair of 25mm FMB Paris-Roubaix tubular tyres........


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asdf123
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by asdf123

vdrey wrote:
Gumwalls25 wrote:Yup, no gumwalls yet, stores around here don't have any stock! Made to the decision to ride with regular tires for the Holiday vacation..

Bigger pics:

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Colnagos Dec2013 by CyclingIsFreedom25, on Flickr



Sir, you must be a magician.


How did you last 24 hours without any one commenting on the chain being on the inner ring:?



The pic is so win that the inner ring doesn't matter that much.

erik$
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by erik$

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7.4 kg with wheels pictured and about 7.4 with Neutrons.

Nutellaurent
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by Nutellaurent

hey erik$, your colnago is so nice! what wheels are these?

asdf123
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by asdf123

Nutellaurent wrote:hey erik$, your colnago is so nice! what wheels are these?


Ambrosio Nemessis, seem to me.

erik$
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by erik$

Thanks, Nutellaurent!
Rims are DRC Focus 299.

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by kgt

Nice!

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by SalsaLover

Beautiful those 2 yellow ones, AD14 and LX14....

I still prefer the blueish 10s though.
Hucken The Fard Up !
Colnagos : C50 ST01 - Master 30th AD10 - C40 Mapei WC

BxEddie
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by BxEddie

MJB, so much work! nice wheels, would like to see more pics.



erik$, did you customize the saddle yourself? looks great!

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by Lighti

erik$ wrote:Image

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7.4 kg with wheels pictured and about 7.4 with Neutrons.


Very nice bike I love the paint scheme.

I actually build a C40 as well with a Record seatpost. How would you solve the Problem with the Diameters 27,2 and 28,0? Thanks for a short answer.

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by alpinestar

How would you solve the Problem with the Diameters 27,2 and 28,0? Thanks for a short answer.

On my C40 I just ran this adapter:
http://www.bike24.com/p26254.html
27,2 > 28 version Works fine, I never had any slip with that installed.

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