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Colnago Extreme C

Out of stock
SKU
COL-BRD50030-1
Frame Size
52cm
Best suited for riders
5'6" - 5'8"
Condition i
Like new
Excellent
Great value
Well used
Heavily used
30-Day flexible return policy 30-day trial
Free Shipping$49.99 standard shipping*
US$1,949.99
About this bike
This bike is best suited for:

Racing, climbing & anything fast.

Description

The Extreme-C is an evolution of the C50 that was originally created as a lightweight prototype for the Rabobank riders in the Tour's mountain time trial up Alpe D’Huez in 2004. The frame is made using high-modulus carbon fiber tubes and compression moulded lugs from ATR Composites. ATR builds carbon race components for Aprilia, Ducati, Lamborghini, Maserati and Porsche.

Mechanic's comments
  • Small cosmetic scratches on frame.
  • Small cosmetic scratches on fork.
  • Scratches on wheels.
  • Scratches on shifters
  • Reflectors, pedals and multi-tool included in small accessory box.
Mechanic's upgrades i
  • Ready-to-Ride tune-up
  • New chain.
Specifications
General
Frameset
Wheels
Drivetrain
Brakes
Cockpit
Fit & sizing
Frame size:  52cm
Best suited for riders who are:   5'6" - 5'8"   in height
Seat Tube 495 mm
Effective Top Tube 520 mm
Head Tube Angle N/A
Seat Tube Angle N/A
Head Tube 120 mm
Reach N/A
Stack N/A
Wheelbase N/A
BB Drop N/A
BB height N/A
Standover Height N/A
Shipping & returns

Shipped directly to your door

for a flat rate of $49.99*

(Exceptions may apply, consult the FAQ for more info)

Secure packaging

Bikes are shipped with handlebars, front wheel, and seat post removed, and are carefully wrapped to guarantee a secure shipment.

Quick & easy assembly

An easy-to-follow assembly guide & multi-purpose tool are included to make sure you get riding quickly & seamlessly.

Try it on the road yourself

If you’re not completely satisfied, return it to us within 30 days!

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