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    Very nice looking Colnago's. And to go along with th_boone, I spy a whole bunch of bikes in the background
     

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    Default Re: Colnago

    Anybody owns a Bi-Titan? I understand that they were kind of a noodle, but I was a Tony Rominger fan on his Colnago Bi-Titan... very unique frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pelicaninflight View Post
    Anybody owns a Bi-Titan? I understand that they were kind of a noodle, but I was a Tony Rominger fan on his Colnago Bi-Titan... very unique frame.

    I can confirm that "noodle" accusation, however, I'd describe it as more "angel hair pasta" like. Calling it a noodle means it had some stiffness/structure some where at some point during the ride. This frame didn't, of course I've always been a few tons heavier than Rominger so I'm sure that had a lot to do with how the frame performed.

    I'd describe it as...Visually tight with a slight wiggle...

    KRhea
     

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    I guess i haven't posted these bikes in the Colnago thread,

    enjoy...

    click for bigger image


     

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    Default Put one together for myself.

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    Decided I had to have one before everything gets too oversized and space-aged. Nice riding bicycle, thats for sure.
     

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    1983 (?) Superissimo, refinished. Not my correct seat/bar heights, though.
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    Amazing!
    What rims are those?
     

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    DT Swiss TK 7.1. Heavy Duty for trouble-free miles.
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    Why did you install the cable adjusters on the wrong sides?

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    DT Swiss TK 7.1. Heavy Duty for trouble-free miles.
     

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    Some good looking additions to the Colnago thread...thanks for posting them.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffie View Post
    Why did you install the cable adjusters on the wrong sides?
    I didn't... The pic documented how I got the bike from the mechanic who built it up for me (who should probably remain nameless in this context). It wasn't the only problem with the build, just the most visible. I am now slowly getting the tools and skills together so I can do all my own maintenance.

    Regards,

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    Nice blue one.... love the 180mm cranks!
    but you gotta take those ugly red stickers off the chainrings,
    they should peel right off.

    -g
     

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    you must have your gallery-specific bikes in vacumn sealed uv-free containers!

    every time i see one of your vintage beauties posted i'm amazed at the condition of the leather toe straps and rubber brake hoods.

    Quote Originally Posted by GrantM View Post
    I guess i haven't posted these bikes in the Colnago thread,

    enjoy...

    click for bigger image


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by 54ny77 View Post
    you must have your gallery-specific bikes in vacumn sealed uv-free containers!

    every time i see one of your vintage beauties posted i'm amazed at the condition of the leather toe straps and rubber brake hoods.
    snow is a good preservative :)

     

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    Hi all,

    I've been lurking for a bit and just recently started posting here. This forum is one of the better ones I've visited thus far :)
    With that said, here is my contribution for this thread.

    The finished build can be seen in my signature.









    The signature picture is a bit grainy. Cell phone.

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    My craigslist special. Slowly getting it to where I want it.
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    My second crack at this colnago thing. The first one I parted out due to a change of priorities and when the opportunity arose again I changed some things out like went 1 cm smaller size. This has a ruby tint front end which is kind of hard to see without a camera flash.

    My tried and true 2002 record group adorns. Looking forward to riding this one more than the last one! Downsizing homes in an upcoming move so the idea is to move this group around to some of the frames I've got. Complete bikes take up A LOT OF ROOM.

    Enjoy
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    great bike, Timto...nicely set up.....
     

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    better shot.


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    Merlinago - beautiful bike, my favorite color scheme. I have it on my Cannondale Liquigas bike but haven't seen it on a classic steel ride.
     

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