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2008 Colnago CLX w/ Ultegra 6700

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Colnago CLX / Colnago 54s (regular 58cm) / 2008

FSA Wing Pro Compact Drop Bar (44cm, 31.8mm), Deda Elementi Zero100 Servizio Corse stem (100mm, 31.8mm, 6 deg.)

Colnago Carbon 75 (full carbon steer tube) / Colnago headset

Reynolds Assault 46mm carbon tubular with Continental GP 4000 SR 700x22s and Fulcrum Race 5's with Michelin 700x25s

Reynolds Assault 46mm carbon tubular with Continental GP 4000 SR 700x22s and Fulcrum Race 5's with Michelin 700x25s

2010 FSA SL-K Carbon compact 50/34 / FSA Mega-Exo bottom bracket (168mm english thread)

Prologo Scratch Pro Ti / Colnago carbon aero

Ultegra / Ultegra 6700

Ultegra 6700 / SS cage rear deraileur / braze-on front derailleur

Ultegra 6700

11-28 cassette / 50/34 chainring

Weight with Reynolds Assault Wheels and 700x22 tires 17.3 lbs

Weight with Fulcrum 5's and 700x25 tires - 18.5 lbs.

Misc.:
Rear brake cable housing is full-length (to follow the curve of the top tube, rather than more common exposed cable running along the length of the top tube).

Sizing:
Colnago frame sizing is different than traditional road geometry sizing. This is due largely to the fact that Colnago uses sloping top tubes. For example, I ride a 58cm traditional geometry road bike (example - my Trek 5200). However, the nearly identical, corresponding Colnago size is 54s ("s" meaning "sloping", I assume). In fact, Colnago's geometry charts often provide 2 sets of numbers - 1 set showing how they measure their frames, along with a "traditional measurements" set that shows what the frame is equivalent to if measured using standard measurement points.

People who friended this bike jburnha, Zephyrus, craiglowery, the fumingator, DreamReflex, knapprobert, jimmyxpboy, R_o_b_s_o_n

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Dang, that looks like a snow leopard. And I cant deny it, lovin' the pin-up tag.

Snow Leopard

Thanks! Yeah, I couldn't resist adding my own brand of cheese to it... ;)



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