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Built to Be Ridden

Colnago bills its bikes as the winningest in the world. By our count, that includes for 13 grand tour victories, 39 monument wins, and 46 world championships with teams ranging from Merckx's Molteni through the one-day legends of Mapei, to the irrepressible Europcar. The takeaway is that while they are undeniably beautiful, Colnagos are first and foremost built to be ridden hard, day after day.

History

From Eddy Merckx to Europcar, Ernesto Colnago has built bikes for the sport's brightest stars, but before his brand became legendary, he was just another bicycle racer seeking an edge. When he opened shop in 1952, he drew on his extensive experience as a racer to build bikes that were fast, responsive, and durable enough to handle the abuse that a season of elite level racing can dish out. While the materials have changed, the formula hasn't—Colnagos are beautiful to behold, and built to be ridden hard.

C60

Colnago's pro-level superbike is a masterpiece of Italian craftsmanship.

  • 100% Japanese-sourced Toray carbon fiber
  • Lugged tube-to-tube construction
  • Toray carbon fiber fork with tapered steerer tube
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CX Zero Evo

This uncompromising race machine ensures that no watts go to waste.

  • 100% Japanese-sourced Toray carbon fiber frame
  • Shimano Dura Ace 9000 eleven-speed groupset
  • Shimano Dura Ace C24 wheelset
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CX Zero Disc

Endurance geometry and disc brakes make this an endurance racer's dream.

  • 100% Japanese-sourced Toray carbon fiber frame
  • Shimano Ultegra Di2 groupset with hydraulic disc brakes
  • DT Swiss R24 Disc wheelset
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Prestige Disc

The Prestige is a no-compromise tool for the highest levels of 'cross racing.

  • 100% Japanese-sourced Toray carbon fiber frame
  • Shimano Ultegra 6800 eleven-speed group with hydraulic disc brakes
  • DT Swiss 444 Rims laced to Joytech hubs
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AC-R

Inspired by Colnago's pedigree, the AC-R proves that "entry level" is entirely relative.

  • 100% Japanese-sourced Toray carbon fiber frame
  • Shimano Ultegra 6800 groupset
  • Shimano RS11 Clincher wheelset
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Master

The Master wouldn't be out of place in the Louvre, but it belongs in the peloton.

  • Italian-built DT15V steel lugged frame
  • Forcella Precisa DT15V straight-blade fork
  • 70mm Italian threaded bottom bracket
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