Pictures of Colnagos

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irongatsby
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by irongatsby

Very nice Adriana, the black headset to break up the chrome is :thumbup:

paddyrider
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by paddyrider

Just got a C50 frame and built it up. Frame was a surprise Christmas present from my lovely wife!
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waynedude
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by waynedude

Picked up this beauty last week. Its my 3rd C40 but my first B-Stay.
Will post pics as build progresses
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I may have Alzheimer's, but at least I dont have Alzheimers

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holy bottlecages.....

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by michel2

Haydos, that looks like perth ? Im not sure (;
Very nice bike btw !

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waynedude
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by waynedude

BxEddie wrote:And the master ist finished as well.
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This is pure class. Wouldn't change a thing
I may have Alzheimer's, but at least I dont have Alzheimers

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by kgt

Really nice! I would prefer all black tyres btw.

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mattthebeers
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by mattthebeers

Skinwall tires for life! Very, very nice.

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by Stolichnaya

Waynedude, you have what may be my absolute favorite Colnago on this site.
This build is super clean and the frame's paint scheme is understated elegance. Well done.

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paddyrider wrote:Just got a C50 frame and built it up. Frame was a surprise Christmas present from my lovely wife!
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SERIOUSLY nice .... :wink: what size is this one?

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paddyrider wrote:Just got a C50 frame and built it up. Frame was a surprise Christmas present from my lovely wife!
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What did she get? ;)

paddyrider
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giant man wrote:
paddyrider wrote:Just got a C50 frame and built it up. Frame was a surprise Christmas present from my lovely wife!
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SERIOUSLY nice .... :wink: what size is this one?

It's a 57cm traditional.... for a minute I was worried it was a fraction small, but now I think it's perfect.

It was a surprise present and way over our budget so my presents to her were no match to a C50. Very spoilt I am.

Crashed it last night in my club summer handicap - I'm a bit banged up but the C50 survived without a scratch. Is that a good omen to crash it in its first week/first race? Now it's got some "history" already ;) another rider badly broken collarbone so I'm lucky.

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nijinsky510
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by nijinsky510

got 1" Star Carbon fork (second hand :roll: ) for spare today.

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nijinsky510 wrote:got 1" Star Carbon fork (second hand :roll: ) for spare today.

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One lucky guy :beerchug:

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Lig
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by Lig

Now complete - 7010kg

Lig.

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