If you don't mine me asking?,what's you're choice of components and wheels? Only the best for this jewel I would imagine.Thanks for posting,as it is a beauty!kaplonk said:
I also norticed the 2 cage drilled down tube and seat tube. Here's a quote from competetive cyclist.[email protected] said:good job with the camera.
kinda hard to ride without wheels and stuff though
Just a side note... I find it interesting that these frames have two w.b. cages. Colnago stated that the seat tubes were too thin for bottle cages. None the less the three frames that i've sold all had seat tube bottle cages! hmmm...
Get it built. You are going to LOVE the ride.
I can guarantee that neither the dealer nor the distributor are modifying Extreme C frames.asawlrider123456789 said:I also norticed the 2 cage drilled down tube and seat tube. Here's a quote from competetive cyclist.
"It has only one set of water bottle bosses. You can mount a cage to the downtube but not the seat tube. The seat tube is just too darn thin to handle riv-nuts and the weight of a full bottle. "
Confused. Anyone Know. Is this false info or are dealer drilling them themselves wich seems appoling to do to a $4400 frameset.
No matter what you are going to love it and this will not affect the ride quality.
Love the barends, Ed. Very nice bike.colnago_ed said::thumbsup: Nice one Kap, here is mine with sloping 48. I love my ride. New ES wheels on the way