Colnago Primavera Frames

4/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

? Frame in 6000 series aluminium, with heat treated variable thickness tubes, designed and developed in Colnago, made in Taiwan
? Available in 8 sloping sizes
? Top tube with round shape
? Down tube shaped with longitudinal reinforced ribs
? Seat stay in aluminium
? Chain stay aluminium with “Leaf” shape
? Fork: Colnago Street carbon 1”1/8
?Seat post diameter: Ø31,6 mm

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by z3nmaster a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: June 25, 2008

Strengths:    Light, responsive and pretty

Weaknesses:    The prologo saddle didnt work for me but aside from that aces

Bottom Line:   
This is my second season and this is a great first bike. Its light and responsive...great on the hilly stuff. I test rode others and this was the one that suited me the best

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Favorite Ride:   Anything hilly

Price Paid:    $1400.00

Purchased At:   Wheels of Bloor

Similar Products Used:   Divinci Chicane

Bike Setup:   105 groupo
FSA crank, arms and stem

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I picked up a NOS set of primavera wheels at a swap meet yesterday and I'm trying to find more info about them. Like did I make a mistake? :) They are box section rims (not aero), 24 radial front, 28 rear, DS 2X, NDS radial, DT aerolite spokes on some anonymous (no markings) black sealed bearing ... Read More »

Any Colnago Primavera owners?

I'm still riding my grandfather's Colnago from 1980. It was a great bike in it's day, but it never really fit me right. The frame is small, the bars are too narrow, and the brooks saddle is shaped like his butt. Anyway, I was at the local dealer yesterday with a friend who ordered a C50. I would ... Read More »

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