MY SIXTY 4 - The End of an Era

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KarlC
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Colnago C64 Custom Paint content .......

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C64 My Sixty 4 SR EPS 12

KarlC
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Frame built up complete - 4.4kg / 9.7lbs

Frame built up with 50mm Wheels - 6.58kg / 14.5lbs (FarSports Kaze Tubular w/Extralite Hubs)

Frame built up with 60mm Wheels - 6.98kg / 15.4lbs (Camp WTO60 Tubeless as seen below)


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tonytourist
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RIDE REPORT!!!

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Bro, ride report...

KarlC
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tonytourist wrote:
Thu Sep 29, 2022 10:58 pm
RIDE REPORT!!!
RyanH wrote:
Thu Sep 29, 2022 11:03 pm
Bro, ride report...
LOL ... As you guys know, Im not the one to ask, I really have not been riding much the past year plus.

Im hoping a new to me bike might help me get motivated lol

I can say this much tho ......

The C64 feels more stable and less twitchy than my SWorks SL6 or F8 ... this could also mean the C64 feels less livly, I really cant say yet tho.

The Campy WTO 60s are my 1st tubless wheels, these dont have as harsh of a ride as my Campy Bora Ultra 50 tubulars did.

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RyanH
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Ok, I go out and buy C64. Sounds like good solid bike.

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RyanH wrote:
Fri Sep 30, 2022 5:03 am
Ok, I go out and buy C64. Sounds like good solid bike.
:lol: :lol: :lol:

mike
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The c64 is a great all rounder and very comfortable ride. It is much more comfortable than the dogma f10

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geoffism
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by geoffism

Congrats on the c64! Mind sharing your size specs? I'm having a debate with my LBS about 52s vs 54s, and which would be better for me. I'm 181cm tall and 84cm inseam.

KarlC
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geoffism wrote:
Sat Oct 01, 2022 8:08 pm
Congrats on the c64! Mind sharing your size specs? I'm having a debate with my LBS about 52s vs 54s, and which would be better for me. I'm 181cm tall and 84cm inseam.
Thx Im loving it with the factory custom paint.

I'm 182cm tall with a 82cm inseam.

In the past I have been riding frames most would consider a 54 with lower stack and longer stems like a SWorks SL6 in 54. So I would have considered a 50S, but as Im geting older I thought I sould try 52s and so far Im loving it.

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C64 My Sixty 4 SR EPS 12

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