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Colnago EPS MTBK 5.7kg's


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Complete bike weighing just 5.74 kilograms including pedals.

http://cdn.mos.bikeradar.com/images/news/2010/02/06/1265389984074-1h5g26m42xf49-798-75.jpg
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I like it a lot.

However if i had the money, I might like one with Campy.

 

Cant say the extra couple of 100grams for Campy would make any difference to my riding - hahaha.

 

NICE!!!!!

 
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Barely done with the race and already on the hub! Addict! Dropped off you guys about 10 or 15ks in, legs didn't want to play along. Doctors telling me I've got all kinds of respatorry problems :-( Well done though!

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Complete bike weighing just 5.74 kilograms including pedals.

http://cdn.mos.bikeradar.com/images/news/2010/02/06/1265389984074-1h5g26m42xf49-798-75.jpg

 

You need to get that drainpipe fixed and, oh yeah,

 

....nice bike

 
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Sram on a Colnago is a mortal sin.

 

 

 

+1

 

 

 

ravX, even worse

 

 

 

 

 

exquisite frameset though. Interesting is the 'made in Italy" sticker; and peeking out behind the rim is a "carbonfiber" sticker in a very chinese fonttarboy2010-02-06 07:53:40

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Ravx parts are a lot better than what they were,it's like Edge started out pretty ok and it's just getting better.

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Ja I saw now its RavX bars on that bike... hectic. Too bad though RavX will always remind me of cheap minipumps and badly stitched saddle bags...

 

Just doesn't look right on this bike, even though it might be very light.

 

 

 

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Ravx parts are a lot better than what they were' date='it's like Edge started out pretty ok and it's just getting better.[/quote']

 

 

 

I personally haven't seen the R-rated superstar for ages

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