2015 Colnago World Cup Disc.
Bought this a few years ago with the intention of doing some gravel / CX riding, but always kept going back to my Singular Swift, so it’s never really got used all that much. It’s barely turned a wheel in the last 6 months.
It’s an XL, 58 cm frame (Aluminium) with a carbon fork. Fits me fine at 6ft3, but there’s plenty of seatpost in the frame should you be even taller. QR 135 rear / 100 front with Colnagos own wheels with Kenda Kwickers fitted. Shimano 105 2 by 11 shifters and mechs, an FSA crankset and BB, Avid BB5 mechanical calipers clamping 160mm discs, Im not all skin and bone, and they’ve always stopped me well. Running an 11-32 cassette but will come with a lightly used 11-28 if you’re in a less hilly area / lighter / fitter than me.
There’s a full set of replacement brake pads, and a set of Vittoria Rubino 700×25 tyres, should you find yourself in a non-nobbly frame of mind.
It’ll take a 41mm knard up front with plenty of room, but they buzzed a bit when on the rear, so it’s perhaps not full monstercross-able.
It has been ridden, so there are rub marks on the frame from shoes / clothes round the cranks, and there’s a chip in the paint at the top of the fork, about 3 by 5 mm. There’s a scratch or 2 on the wheels, but it’s only in the anodising, and the same on the chainset. I think these scratches are from when small people leaned their bikes up against it in the garage, or when it was on a crowded bike rack. I can’t ever recall having come off it at anything other than ‘Oh bollocks, I’m still clipped in at traffic lights’ mph.
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