The Colnago Master is a truly timeless road bike, a complete work of art. The Colnago Master was originally designed 30 years ago to be one of the world's best road racing bikes. It is still relevant today! Brilliant ride quality, astonishing good looks, and Italian crafstmanship are standard features. The Master features the iconic Colnago star-shaped top tube and down tube, which deliver increased efficiency along with a unique style. The frame is entirely hand built in Italy with Italian steel, lugs, chrome, and paint. A Colnago Precisa staight-blade chrome steel fork is included to perfectly compliment the aesthetic of this classic machine. For the 30th anniversary year of the Master, Colnago has resurrected three classic
Strengths: Smooth, stiff, accelerates quickly and handles like it’s on rails. Beautiful. An absolute pleasure to ride.
Weaknesses: 19+ pounds but it rides much lighter than it is, if that makes any sense. Not inexpensive.
I recently purchased a 30th Anniversary 2013 Colnago Master AD04 (black). The result is by far the best bike I’ve ever ridden. This may not be the best bike available for everyone, but it’s the best bike for me.
Colnago Master frame
Campy Chorus 11-speed components
Campy Record hubs-Velocity A23 rims-32 DT 14-15 3X spokes–Continental 25mm tires
Brooks Swift Titanium rails saddle
Nitto classic handlebars
Velo Orange 120mm stem
Campy Record pedals
Campy Record aluminum aero seat post
Fisik handlebar tape
King water bottle cages
I decided it finally and ordered last week my Colnago Master 30th Anniversary on AD10.
I decided to go with Mike at Maestro and he will set me up with a threaded fork so I will build it using a Cinelli 1A Quill Stem and Giro D'Italia Bars.
I have a full Silver Centaur 10 UT/US groupset for thi ... Read More »
I recently purchased a new Colnago Master 30th in AD04 (art decor black). It is being built with Campagnolo Chorus 11 speed. I'm really excited. I've been riding carbon for the last several years but I'm making a return to steel. What's the best way to protect the beautiful finish? Wax? Bike L ... Read More »
I have nothing to do with this auction, but thought it was interesting in that you don't see this particular frame very often. I often wondered where the early GT's came up with the style of seat stays they used....guess it wasn't all that original.
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