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Old 08-15-15, 12:48 PM
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CliffordK
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I've owned what is still my primary ride for 30+ yrs. Even with a classic Italian frame, and DT shifters.

However, I'm not beyond modernizing a few details for comfort or convenience.

I could probably rebuild the old Colnago back to "Eroica" standards, but don't really see a point in doing it. I like the bike as it is (well, I'll still tinker a bit).

I do now own other bikes that may be closer to Eroica... but the old Colnago is still my "classic".
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