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colnago master piu

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too bad this bike is too big for me, i'm 168cm and normally i used 50cm frame

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beautifull conversion..

beautifull conversion..


yeap, i think i'm fool enough to build a fixed gear using this frame and thank God, someone in Jakarta bought this fullbike for 2300$

i build a 50cm cinelli mash 2010 now and i will post it soon, thanks :)


I sure hope their intention is to convert it back to life..

To large of a size? Ill

To large of a size? Ill trade you a track frame for it.... got some 52's and 53's lying around.

Will you be selling it?

And for how much?

severely confused

as to why you would convert this frame.... you obviously must have/had money for those components, its not like they are lower end. why not get a real track frame

Yeah, this is a gorgeous

Yeah, this is a gorgeous frame and a shame as a conversion, but oh well.

Let us look past the conversion aspect of the bike. Aesthetically, the black seatpost and black seat has to go. Silver seatpost, white seat. Simple as that. The black is too harsh looking on this build. Also, cheap plastic cages? Get some chrome metal cages pal!

Anyway… if it's too big, just sell this thing to someone who will build it up as a classic road bike, and build yourself a real track build.


this bike shouldn't be a conversion... just sayin, i can hear it yearning for its gears and brakes from here...

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