Just finished...Colnago EPS

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shn750
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by shn750

Seems to be quite a few EPS that have surfaced lately. Here's my completed build. Exactly 15 lbs on my Park digital scale. Out of funds for Super Record at the moment so 2008 Record will have to do. Coming off a Pinarello Paris, my initial observation is that the bike is noticeably stiffer. I haven't had enough time to properly break her in yet to get a proper assessment of the ride.

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Rich_W
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yo... that is pro... bro...

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I really, really, really, really like that!
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by bbtheory

That bike is so nice I wouldn't put it near the fireplace I'd be afraid it'd melt!!!! :lol: Or maybe Santa would risk setting himself on fire to grab it!!!
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I'm in love

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by phallenthoul

did you by any chance weigh the frameset?

shn750
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by shn750

phallenthoul wrote:did you by any chance weigh the frameset?


The frame weighed 1140g for a size 48s. This was with the seat post clamp, upper and lower bearings. Conical spacer not included.

The uncut fork was 440g

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pretty

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by Delfino

Perfect... It can't be better.

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by gazzaputt

Oh wow. I was looking for hardcore this morning and boy have I found it :shock:

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bomber
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by bomber

So nice... lovely bike! Any chance of a spec list?
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Sacke
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by Sacke

bomber wrote:So nice... lovely bike! Any chance of a spec list?


I am seeing the same seat post / stem combination as on my EPS. :)

Speclist would be quite easy to compile.

EPS
Record 10s
Deda Superzero seat post
Deda zero 100 stem
Deda Newton handlebars
Campa Bora Ultra with Conti competition tubular in the back
Look Kéo Hm Ti pedals
San Marco Aspide Superleggera saddle
Elite Patao bottle cages
Cycle Ops meter (although the meter itself is on a different pair of wheels?)

And so on...

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by majklnajt

Sorry, but as far as I can see, this is Deda Zero100 handlebar ... :wink:

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by topskull

Thats a great photo of the bike in front of the fire, be carefull you may melt it! :P

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by strobbekoen

Really nice.
I would have chosen a non-sloping frame for a nago though..

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