TAKE NOTE THAT THIS IN THE ONLY ONE AVAILABLE EQUIPPED WITH THE VERY BEST ITALIAN MADE RIDING COMPONENTS ANYWHERE ON THIS PLANET!
CURRENT MODEL CANNONDALES, COLNAGO AND OTHER ITALIAN BIKE MAKERS RETAIL SELL MODELS LIKE THIS ONE FOR OVER $12,000 – $15,000 WITH THIS TYPE OF FRAME AND EQUIPMENT! BUY HERE FOR A FRACTION OF THAT COST AND NO SALES TAX AS WELL. BUY IT BEFORE SOMEONE ELSE DOES! THIS ONE RIDES SMOOTH AS SILK AND EVERY BIT AS GOOD AS ANY CARBON RIDER BUILT VALUED OVER $12 – 25K. BUY THE DEAL OF THE CENTURY HERE FOR MUCH LESS!!!
SEE PICTURES. I am 5’8” and works for me and could fit taller or shorter riders no problem and quite a lot of seat post length for adjustment to you!
THIS ONE LOOKS LIKE IT CAME OUT OF A TIME VAULT. LOOKS LIKE IT WAS SELDOM RIDDEN AND IN FANTASTIC SHAPE! YOU WILL BE NOTICED BY ALL WHEN RIDING THIS GEM!
I only deliver the easiest. I All the time sell only as advertised and the easiest. Thank you & Good Luck!
HAND MADE IN ITALY! YOU CAN’T GET ANY BETTER THEN THAT! HERE’S YOUR PARTS LIST BELOW ON THIS FANTASTIC RIDE:
- With Campy Eurus Carbon Wheels set. Pictures and rest of the story here.
- 10 Speed Full Campy Record Ultra Setup. See Pictures.
- Full Campy Record Crank and Record carbon fiber front &rear derailleur. See Pictures.
- Full Campy Record Ultra Brakes, See Pictures
- Carbon Fiber seat post and 50th Colnago San Marcos Salle Seat – See Pictures.
- Tires/tubes brand hold air. No warranty or liability responsibility claimed for tubes and tires. As a result of age recommend replacement before riding
Shipping quoted to continental USA 48 continent states only. the remainder of the areas significantly extra for shipping cost. SOLD AS IS NO RETURNS OR WARRANTY IMPLIED. Take note that this bike used to be ridden and has some minor wear and tear and a couple of minor imperfections and not bad at all. Very minor and does not hurt looks or integrity of the bike, You are going to not be disappointed at all. Thank you.
FUNDS MUST CLEAR BEFORE SHIPMENT. NO EXCEPTIONS. CAN ONLY SHIP TO YOUR VERIFIED PAYPAL ADDRESS. BUILT WITH ALL TOP NOTCH COMPONENTS & BUILT BY THE BEST BIKE EXPERTS. SHIPPING RATE BASED ON VALUE AND NEEDS SPECIAL CARE DUE TO VALUE AND INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS.
In 1960, Colnago saw fame as Luigi Arienti rode to a gold medal on the Rome Olympics on a Colnago bicycle. From the late 1960s through the 1970s, Colnago used to be usually thought to be some of the builders of the world’s best custom road race frames.
Colnago produced the super-light steel frame used by Eddy Merckx in 1972, to break the world one hour record. This bicycle has been displayed all over the place the world, including in a display case inside a Brussels metro station.
Colnago produced the steel (Columbus tubed) frame used in 1982, by Saronni to win the world professional road race championship.
In the 1970s and 1980s, the “Super” used to be one in every of Colnago’s models, a high-end racing frame. Within the mid 1980s, Colnago introduced more than a few crimped-tube models as their high quality frames, including “Master” and later “Master-Light”. The manufacturer varied the base material of “Master” frames all the way through its several iterations ranging from Columbus tubing DT15V to “Ultimate Superlight” from Tange Japan.
During the mid 1980s, the company introduced the “Precisa” brand bicycle fork. It used to be the first front fork with straight blades. The normal road racing ~4 degree fork rake used to be provided by the shape of the crown. Colnago claimed that this straight-blade feature provided lengthwise elasticity very similar to curved blade forks to dampen road roughness, but with much improved crosswise stiffness for sprinting. The design used to be also regarded as to be some of the lightest full steel forks, underweighing even some inexpensive recent aluminium or carbon forks. Many brand new forks, especially carbon forks, now use straight blades. The bicycle tubing manufacturer Columbus tubing marketed the fork under its own brand name “Elite” but in truth it used to be the similar fork as Colnago “Precisa”.
Since the 1980s, Colnago has continued to produce high-end steel bikes, and has branched out into other materials, working with Ferrari to develop new carbon fiber technology, and now and again introducing titanium and aluminum frames. Its flagship frames, such as the C-40 and the C-50 – respectively named for Colnago’s 40th and 50th years in bike building are carbon fiber frames.