Carbon front and rear fork
Shimano Ultegra 10-speed groupset
(with aftermarket levers, had to replace the original ones because the mechanism wore out)
Mavic Ksyrium wheels
Near mint condition
Can add as a spare its original Silver Ultegra crankset (was replaced with the dark one that it's mounted that has a lighter gear as well)
I've brought it here personally from Italy, but I'm rarely using it.
Bike was assembled at Ferretti Bike shop in Bologna, Italy.
shame is not my size, great looking bike. GLWS.
what's your size? this frame has a weird geometry
Nah mate, I ride 60cm 's and over, but thanks! :)
You just need a 180mm stem on this baby boy and you will be sweet
750 mm seat post anyone?
got interest for frame and fork, if others are interested in all the other parts please enquiry
Hi, am interested in frame and fork. What is the Le guys of the top tube and seat tube? Thanks
Awful looking bike. What happened the top tube - looks like the guy building the frame dropped it 2-3" before he welded it to the seat tube.....
What do you mean? happy to provide measurements
please read this article on the colnago website, you could learn something new today
I like the look of the frame tbh. I wouldn't worry about some idiot who can't even write properly. GLWS
Not that awful, depends what your after. If its not your cup of tea then keep your shit opinions to yourself. GLWS
Steady on lads....
Am I not allowed an opinion?
Anyway, I'm aware of a sloping tube geometry, but I'd never seen one where the juncture of the top tube to the seat tube was below that of the rear stays to the seat tube.
@Ghirotto I think you meant " .. depends what you're after.".
GLWS, but certainly not my cup of tea.
No offence meant, sometimes people who have had back surgery or have back problems prefer a sloping top tube that's all. If it means you can ride then it doesn't matter what it looks like. I do apologise for my wrong English, of course its "you're". Slappy wrist.
I'd be possibly interested in the wheelset
Bump! Still up for grabs
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