Colnago EPS Road Bike

5/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

An Italian masterpiece that has been used and admired in the biggest races across the cycling world, the EPS combines light weight, toughness and reliability to provide stellar performance. The lugged carbon-fibre construction of the EPS offers the flexibility to make a custom-made frame, as well as 22 different sizes.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Bob a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: October 14, 2012

Strengths:    My dream bike. Very smooth and stable on descents. Classy look.

Weaknesses:    Absolutely none

Bottom Line:   
Have owned and ridden many bikes. Recently decided to start buying, building up, and trying out several bikes But, all the while, wanted to eventually end up with a C-50 Colnago. Just a very classy look and, from what I have heard, a very comfortable ride. At 59 with multiple bones breaks, back surgery, and arthritis, I needed a comfy ride. I still like an occasional road race and do a lot of club rides with my wife, so I am not ready to hang it up yet. We do about 100 miles a week.

I ran across a barely used EPS and bought it. Built it up some. There went my idea of trying out numerous bikes. No sense in doing that as I love this bike. I can not imagine finding anything that suits me better. I love the ride and the looks. It is the black with red/orange ovals (NS03) paint job.

I know others may disagree, but this is the one for me.

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Favorite Ride:   Itasca Park tour, MN

Price Paid:    $3500.00

Purchased At:   online

Similar Products Used:   Bianchi, Trek 5200, Look 585 Ultra, Customed steel, HED, Zipp Vuma crank,

Bike Setup:   Colnago EPS, Hed FR Ardennes, Dura Ace 10 sp. with 12x27, Glider saddle,

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39/53 with 12-29 (EPS?)

I have a hilly race coming up and want to put on a 12-29. Has anyone done this combination on 11-speed EPS or non-electronic systems? Campy documentation says EPS can handle a 29t.Read More »

How difficult is it to switch internal Di2 to internal Campy EPS wires?

I'm getting a Time frame that is currently wired for Di2 7970 (internal). I haven't received it yet, but how difficult is it usually to switch to another cable set, probably EPS? I'm not exactly new to cycling, but I don't have a lot of experience with internal cabling, especially internal for e ... Read More »

EPS Record Shifting Issues

Having an issue with my EPS Record shifting. When I ride the bike and do not shift it struggles to shift up to the fourth cog from the top. It does make it but its very noisy. Cass 11 -25. But once I keep shifting it will shift up and down to 4 cog from top with no problem. Then if I ride and do not ... Read More »

EPS charger problems

I have 2013 Athena EPS which I'm very happy with, but I have just blown my second charger, which im less happy with. First one replaced under warranty, but after the second one has gone I'm thinking matte there is either a faulty batch, or my power unit has a fault which is blowing the chargers. ... Read More »

Cracked EPS?

I have a 2011 EPS with a crack right where the headtube and toptube join. Has anybody else seen this before? I wonder if it's just a paint crack and if the bike is safe to ride. The frame hasn't been crashed and probably has less than 10,000 miles on it. I sent an e-mail to colnago a week ago bu ... Read More »

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