Cipollini NK1K

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nestornnk
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Cipollini NK1K

Post by nestornnk »

To be honest i never was a fan of disc brakes on road bikes and always thought they are not worth the trouble.
As Cipollini distributors we have access to team and demo bikes so when i saw this during my visit to the factory i was in love with the color of it.
I had to have it despite being a disc bike. At least it was build with Campagnolo SR EPS.

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Rode it for a first time today and to be honest i was not impress by discs. Being almost a kilo heavier than my rim brake NK1K did not helped either,bike was fitted with alu clincher heavy disc wheels and not the tubular Bora’s i like..

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Will come back with a more detailed ride review


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caballero
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Its a nice bike for sure, but Im not a fan of disc either. Would probably feel alot nicer with some bora tubs and veloflex roubaixs. the rubinos and vittoria tires in general are junk.

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kgt
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Post by kgt »

Great, waiting for your review!

rajMAN
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Post by rajMAN »

Always admire the bold frame design of these, don't mind the rear disc as its more hidden, however the front disc on bikes just says "motorcycle" to me. :shock:

MiddMan
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Post by MiddMan »

That's a nice looking build. It seems you are running the newer 12 speed crank with 11 speed SR, is that correct? I'm also excited to hear the ride report. I will also report back on mine soon I hope!

Seedster
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Post by Seedster »

Looks like the standard H11 crankset mated to EPS 11.

MrMojo
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Post by MrMojo »

I'm not fan of disc brakes at all and have the NK1K with rim brakes and love it. It has Reynolds Aero 72mm front and 90mm rear wheels and is fast.
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rexyi1990
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Post by rexyi1990 »

Pretty awesome color!

mnmasotto
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Post by mnmasotto »

Very nice looking machine. How stiff/uncomfortable is the ride?

progchild
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Post by progchild »

Porn bike,nice.

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