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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Black/Italia, 48cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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V1-R Road Framset-2015 Black/Red, 45cm

We typically associate the name Colnago with tradition, history, and lugged joints. From the steel Master we fell in love with in our youths to the legendary C40 that made carbon viable in even the most punishing races, lugged construction has long been Colnago's signature. The all-new V1-R Road Frameset isn't the first monocoque model that Colnago has given pride of place in its line of bikes, but it does feel like a break in tradition for the Italian manufacturer. That being said, it also represents the renewal of an old tradition. For the V1-R's development, Colnago has officially partnered with Ferrari for the first time since the mid-'80s. From aerodynamic refinements to stiffness and hardware innovations, the collaboration and its product are remarkable successes. The V1-R may be the first monocoque frame in Colnago's stable that's light enough to hold its own with other top-end monocoque framesets. Its claimed frame weight of just 835 grams puts it squarely in the middle of the other monocoque frames you'll see in the pro peloton, addressing a common climber's critique of Colnago frames: they're heavy. In fact, losing weight is something of a theme for the V1-R. It drops 150 grams compared to its predecessor, the Colnago M10. In addition to refined tube shaping and the world's best carbon fiber, small details like carbon rear dropouts and direct-mount brakes no doubt contribute by eliminating unnecessary hardware. The monocoque frame also allows for more aerodynamic shaping, doing away with bulky lugs to maintain a wind-cheating cross section throughout every part of the frameset. The V1-R is meant for riding in variable conditions and at variable speeds, not just time trials, and Colnago calculated that we typically ride at yaw angles of 12-18 degrees. To accommodate these aerodynamic demands, the V1-R's vertical tubes, seatpost, and fork were designed with a rounded leading edge and an abruptly terminating, flat-back tail. This results not only in a sm...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Gloss White/Black, 48cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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V1-R Road Framset-2015 White, 52cm

We typically associate the name Colnago with tradition, history, and lugged joints. From the steel Master we fell in love with in our youths to the legendary C40 that made carbon viable in even the most punishing races, lugged construction has long been Colnago's signature. The all-new V1-R Road Frameset isn't the first monocoque model that Colnago has given pride of place in its line of bikes, but it does feel like a break in tradition for the Italian manufacturer. That being said, it also represents the renewal of an old tradition. For the V1-R's development, Colnago has officially partnered with Ferrari for the first time since the mid-'80s. From aerodynamic refinements to stiffness and hardware innovations, the collaboration and its product are remarkable successes. The V1-R may be the first monocoque frame in Colnago's stable that's light enough to hold its own with other top-end monocoque framesets. Its claimed frame weight of just 835 grams puts it squarely in the middle of the other monocoque frames you'll see in the pro peloton, addressing a common climber's critique of Colnago frames: they're heavy. In fact, losing weight is something of a theme for the V1-R. It drops 150 grams compared to its predecessor, the Colnago M10. In addition to refined tube shaping and the world's best carbon fiber, small details like carbon rear dropouts and direct-mount brakes no doubt contribute by eliminating unnecessary hardware. The monocoque frame also allows for more aerodynamic shaping, doing away with bulky lugs to maintain a wind-cheating cross section throughout every part of the frameset. The V1-R is meant for riding in variable conditions and at variable speeds, not just time trials, and Colnago calculated that we typically ride at yaw angles of 12-18 degrees. To accommodate these aerodynamic demands, the V1-R's vertical tubes, seatpost, and fork were designed with a rounded leading edge and an abruptly terminating, flat-back tail. This results not only in a sm...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 White/Italia, 48cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Black/Gold, 54cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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V1-R Road Framset-2015 Black/Red, 48cm

We typically associate the name Colnago with tradition, history, and lugged joints. From the steel Master we fell in love with in our youths to the legendary C40 that made carbon viable in even the most punishing races, lugged construction has long been Colnago's signature. The all-new V1-R Road Frameset isn't the first monocoque model that Colnago has given pride of place in its line of bikes, but it does feel like a break in tradition for the Italian manufacturer. That being said, it also represents the renewal of an old tradition. For the V1-R's development, Colnago has officially partnered with Ferrari for the first time since the mid-'80s. From aerodynamic refinements to stiffness and hardware innovations, the collaboration and its product are remarkable successes. The V1-R may be the first monocoque frame in Colnago's stable that's light enough to hold its own with other top-end monocoque framesets. Its claimed frame weight of just 835 grams puts it squarely in the middle of the other monocoque frames you'll see in the pro peloton, addressing a common climber's critique of Colnago frames: they're heavy. In fact, losing weight is something of a theme for the V1-R. It drops 150 grams compared to its predecessor, the Colnago M10. In addition to refined tube shaping and the world's best carbon fiber, small details like carbon rear dropouts and direct-mount brakes no doubt contribute by eliminating unnecessary hardware. The monocoque frame also allows for more aerodynamic shaping, doing away with bulky lugs to maintain a wind-cheating cross section throughout every part of the frameset. The V1-R is meant for riding in variable conditions and at variable speeds, not just time trials, and Colnago calculated that we typically ride at yaw angles of 12-18 degrees. To accommodate these aerodynamic demands, the V1-R's vertical tubes, seatpost, and fork were designed with a rounded leading edge and an abruptly terminating, flat-back tail. This results not only in a sm...

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V1-R Road Framset-2015 Black/Red, 52cm

We typically associate the name Colnago with tradition, history, and lugged joints. From the steel Master we fell in love with in our youths to the legendary C40 that made carbon viable in even the most punishing races, lugged construction has long been Colnago's signature. The all-new V1-R Road Frameset isn't the first monocoque model that Colnago has given pride of place in its line of bikes, but it does feel like a break in tradition for the Italian manufacturer. That being said, it also represents the renewal of an old tradition. For the V1-R's development, Colnago has officially partnered with Ferrari for the first time since the mid-'80s. From aerodynamic refinements to stiffness and hardware innovations, the collaboration and its product are remarkable successes. The V1-R may be the first monocoque frame in Colnago's stable that's light enough to hold its own with other top-end monocoque framesets. Its claimed frame weight of just 835 grams puts it squarely in the middle of the other monocoque frames you'll see in the pro peloton, addressing a common climber's critique of Colnago frames: they're heavy. In fact, losing weight is something of a theme for the V1-R. It drops 150 grams compared to its predecessor, the Colnago M10. In addition to refined tube shaping and the world's best carbon fiber, small details like carbon rear dropouts and direct-mount brakes no doubt contribute by eliminating unnecessary hardware. The monocoque frame also allows for more aerodynamic shaping, doing away with bulky lugs to maintain a wind-cheating cross section throughout every part of the frameset. The V1-R is meant for riding in variable conditions and at variable speeds, not just time trials, and Colnago calculated that we typically ride at yaw angles of 12-18 degrees. To accommodate these aerodynamic demands, the V1-R's vertical tubes, seatpost, and fork were designed with a rounded leading edge and an abruptly terminating, flat-back tail. This results not only in a sm...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Gloss Red/Black, 48cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Gloss White/Black, 56cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Gloss Red/Black, 50cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Black/Black, 54cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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V1-R Road Framset-2015 Black/Red, 50cm

We typically associate the name Colnago with tradition, history, and lugged joints. From the steel Master we fell in love with in our youths to the legendary C40 that made carbon viable in even the most punishing races, lugged construction has long been Colnago's signature. The all-new V1-R Road Frameset isn't the first monocoque model that Colnago has given pride of place in its line of bikes, but it does feel like a break in tradition for the Italian manufacturer. That being said, it also represents the renewal of an old tradition. For the V1-R's development, Colnago has officially partnered with Ferrari for the first time since the mid-'80s. From aerodynamic refinements to stiffness and hardware innovations, the collaboration and its product are remarkable successes. The V1-R may be the first monocoque frame in Colnago's stable that's light enough to hold its own with other top-end monocoque framesets. Its claimed frame weight of just 835 grams puts it squarely in the middle of the other monocoque frames you'll see in the pro peloton, addressing a common climber's critique of Colnago frames: they're heavy. In fact, losing weight is something of a theme for the V1-R. It drops 150 grams compared to its predecessor, the Colnago M10. In addition to refined tube shaping and the world's best carbon fiber, small details like carbon rear dropouts and direct-mount brakes no doubt contribute by eliminating unnecessary hardware. The monocoque frame also allows for more aerodynamic shaping, doing away with bulky lugs to maintain a wind-cheating cross section throughout every part of the frameset. The V1-R is meant for riding in variable conditions and at variable speeds, not just time trials, and Colnago calculated that we typically ride at yaw angles of 12-18 degrees. To accommodate these aerodynamic demands, the V1-R's vertical tubes, seatpost, and fork were designed with a rounded leading edge and an abruptly terminating, flat-back tail. This results not only in a sm...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Black/Italia, 52cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Black/Italia, 50cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Black/Black, 52cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 White/Italia, 50cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Black/Italia, 54cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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C60 Road Frameset-2015 Black/Black, 50cm

Ever since Colnago set the cycling world on its head in the 1980s by building a carbon bike, no carbon frame has been as universally celebrated as the C40. Now, after more than a decade of development that spanned the C40, the C50, and the C59, Colnago is once again redefining our expectations for a bicycle of any material. The brand-new, superlative Colnago C60 Road Frameset combines the sure handling and plush ride of an endurance frame with the kind of sprint-ready punch that puncheurs like Voeckler and Japanese champion Arashiro need for hard kicks and uphill sprints. The C60's inimitable ride quality begins with a convoluted materials list of nine different types of carbon fiber. The carbon is laid out with different moduli at different parts of the frame to meet different demands of stiffness and comfort, but the important take-away is that every fiber is sourced from Toray's Japanese factory. Toray also has operations in China and elsewhere, but the carbon produced in Japan is the most consistent in the world. It's guaranteed perfect, every time, which is why it's the same stuff that Boeing insists on for its aircraft. This carbon is so sought after that Toray enjoys a degree of selectivity in who they sell it to, so Colnago is the only cycling manufacturer able to use it for 100% of their frames. While the materials are worth celebrating, Colnago's expertise has been and always will be in frame design. Despite its plush ride, the C60 is a power machine at heart, with a shorter wheelbase and lower stack height than its co-captain, Colnago's V1-R. The frame demands that the rider give it precise direction, but it also gives the rider absolute control over where it's going. It dives headlong into tight corners and changes lines seamlessly even in the middle of turns, and it transfers power as well as any frame we've had the pleasure of riding in anger. This power transfer comes from construction elements like the enormous down tube, which is ten millimete...

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