Cipollini Bond

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nestornnk
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by nestornnk

Hi guys
After a Pinarello Dogma and a few Colnago C59 it was time for a new bike.
Since the RB1000 geometry was out of limits for my poor flexibility i decided to try the bond..

Frame: Cipollini Bond
Wheels: Fulcrum Racing Speed XLR
Tyres: Tufo S33 Special
Crankset: Campagnolo Super Record 53x39
Cassette: Campagnolo Super Record 11-25
Chain: Campagnolo Record
Pédals: Lousy Look Keo(sometimes i am really cheap...)
Déraillers: Campagnolo Record EPS
Brakes: Campagnolo Super Record
Shifters: Campagnolo Record EPS[img]
Saddle: Fizik Arione with carbon rails
Bar: Deda 35 alloy
Stem: Deda 35 11cm

Photos will follow as soon as i manage to find how the uploading works
https://www.flickr.com/photos/72765013@ ... otostream/

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by dogg

Image

...not bad

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by mnmasotto

My favorite color scheme!

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by mnmasotto

Very curious to see what the frameset weights

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by NilesCrane

Looks great - how do you like the ride, compared to dogma/c59? :)

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by NTMAD8R22

Wow, beautiful bike. I had the pleasure of riding one of these a few weeks ago and it impressive to say the least. Congrats.

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by NiFTY

Beautiful bike. Must commend you on getting the bond and not the RB1K and running a massive spacer stack like so many fred's out there. If it were mine i would lose the wheel and stem decals as i think there is enough colour from the frame and the red is a different shade. Although i am biased as i hate decals on components.
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kgt
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by kgt

Although I am a RB800 fan I also like it!
Review please.

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by vlastrada

very nice bike

agree w kgt - ride review would be nice ;-)

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by victaras

Ok, now im completely inlove with cipollinis ;)
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kgt
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by kgt

And frame weight please! I guess it's not that light.

nestornnk
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by nestornnk

Thank you for your comments.
Frame is far from light. 1200g.Complete bike 7200g.

Concerning the ride.
Is stiff,stiffer than the C59,especially in the front end,it is stable but unfortunately not very comfortable.

I will post a detailed review in a few days

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kgt
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by kgt

I will wait for your review!
1200gr @ which size?
I am also curious about bb stifness, fork and seatpost weight.

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by Powerful Pete

Like the looks of the bike, looking forward to your review, nestornnk.
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by TimW

Sweet!

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