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a.spl !'s "Colnago"

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Colnago Decor

Cinelli Giro D'Italia 64-40, Cinelli 1a Stem, Colnago Bar Tape

Custom Wound-Up fork, Chris King Grip Nut

Easton EA90 TT, Continental GP-4000

Easton EA90 tt, Continental GP-4000

Dura-Ace FC-7701 Crankarms, Dura-Ace 7700 BB

Brooks Swift, Colnago Seatpost

Shimano XTR Pedals, Shimano Dura-Ace Chain

53/39 Front, 12-27 Rear.

Brakes: Shimano Dura-Ace 7402 Brake Levers, 7800 Front and Rear Brake Calipers
Shift: Shimano Dura-Ace 7800 DT Shifters, Shimano Dura-Ace 7800 Front and Rear Derailleurs

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Sugar sweeg.

Great build.


EL tubes?

i got em from a website for

i got em from a website for cheap (3point5) but the site isnt open to the general public. if i had my choice i would of went for the ea90 slx, or a older box style rim. all in all the only thing im not happy with is the appearance of the rims. when i have the time im going to polish them out.

That's funny..

I was looking at them on 3point5, too. Retail is too high, but the price there is like half that.

I like the SLX and I've got piles of box-section rims, based on the ones I've seen in the shop, but I was thinking about the Aeros or these for racing this season (something with a deep dish). Do you race on them at all? I'm just wondering how they compare to even something simple like a Velocity Deep V (since the rim profile is about the same).

EA90 TTs

How do you like them? I've been thinking about getting a pair.


nice build aaron, probably my favorite bike you've ever built!


Great bike! I dare you to drop that stem another 3cm!

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