|Is the Colnago for Ferrari bike good?||MM|
Aug 9, 2001 5:38 PM
|Just wondering. Anyone know where I can find the weight/specs?|
|is the pope polish?||Mike K|
Aug 9, 2001 8:05 PM
|http://www.cbike.com/Colnago_Ferrari_CF1.htm - pretty good run down on the bike.... weight, gruppo, geometry, etc.
On the price, its kind of like a Ferrari, if you have to ask, you can't afford it (I think around $8k retail).
|Whoa! It comes with a carbon fiber pen!||MM|
Aug 10, 2001 6:30 AM
|By the way, if it is for poseurs, then so be it. Thus far I've only had mountain bikes, and it'd be great to have a road bike in a few years since there aren't any trails around here, so I guess would be a poseur. Gee, it's 17lbs, isn't that heavy? My mountain bike is in the low 20s.|
|re: Is the Colnago for Ferrari bike good?||JohnG|
Aug 9, 2001 8:19 PM
|Although I'm a BIG colnago fan, I think this bike has serious poseur status.
|whoops, forgot to add that part to my post as well........ (nm)||Mike K|
Aug 9, 2001 8:28 PM
|What we need is a Celeste colored Ferrari ...||bianchi boy|
Aug 10, 2001 3:48 AM
|Now that I might consider.|
|How about a Ferrari in the Mapei Colors? (NM)||Cima Coppi|
Aug 10, 2001 5:54 AM
|How about a Ferrari in the Mapei Colors? (NM)||capnjim01|
Aug 10, 2001 6:53 AM
|sounds good to me. If you're going to be a poseur by a Trek have it painted and save $4000. Tell your buddies you made a bundle day trading.|| |