Colnago Extrem C

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by nick

My latest project!

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by micky

Clavicula and SR...sweet. 8)

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by globalsunset

So nice!! :)

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by dgasmd

Can you give us a run down of the components? What chain ring are you using? How is the shifting and smoothness of the crank/front deraileur? Weight?

Very very nice BTW :thumbup:

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by nick

The frame is a 48s
Colnago seatpost & clamp
SR front mech
SR rear mech with Fibre Lyte rear mech plate
SR 12/25 cassette
Record chain
Bora 2`s with 23mm corsa cx tubs
Zero G brake calipers
Nokon black cables
170mm cranks with Fibre Lyte 53/39 carbon rings
Look Keo ti pedals
Zipp sl bars
3t ARX pro 12cm stem
SLR kit carbon saddle
Tune bottle cages
We had the bike on the scales at my LBS it came in at 6.3 kg.
I would like to get it under 6kg any ideas would be great.
The gears change fine don`t have any trouble at all.
I love the way the bike rides this is my first Colnago.
Thanks for the nice comments nick.
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by USofChay

Weight: Stem, SEATPOST.

Looks awesome. You could lose weight on wheels as well but they look tooo nice.

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by nick

Seatpost and stem are on my shopping list also thought about skewers?
Any ideas of what to go for would be very good.
Cheers nick.

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by musket

Tune skewers are the most functional of the superlight ones out, in my experience.
Don't be alarmed.

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by Powerful Pete

Very nice ride and good weight for a "normal" race bike (with no crazy light bits).

Looking forward to see how this one evolves...
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by marcusp

To my eye the rims are too deep for the fairly skinny frame tubes.
Lovely bike tho!
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