In the middle of the chaos of Eurobike a weekend or two ago in Berlin, a white wall towered above the crowds. On it, a selection of models from Colnago’s range was displayed, floating like carbon fibre clouds across a… Read more
Classic Colnago frames are highly sought after for their vivaciuos paint schemes, and they look just as fast in a single colour. The Master Piu, a European-only model, sometimes appeared in rainbow transparente paint, but this Super Piu successor looks… Read more »
Earlier this month, March 2014, Colnago released a new stallion from their stable upon the world. It was the C60, and has been receiving fond but critical reviews. Fond, because it is a marvellous riding machine, as you’d expect from… Read more »
We all love a good ‘barn find’ story. Ryan Thompson is a Santa Cruz local who, apart from a couple of tiny details, has just finished a thorough restoration of a Colnago Super acquired by a chance meeting. Like most… Read more »
Yesterday, we were bewildered by the ‘Fauxnago’ Super Commuter by FYXO, which wasn’t all that it was made out to be. To get us back on track, let’s turn to a completely authentic and exceptionally individual Colnago. Here’s a ‘Tipo… Read more »
For all the proselytizing on Cycle EXIF about steel frames, there are a couple of composite riding machines that I’d happily turn for. One is an Argonaut Cycle by Ben Farver, the second is a Colnago C59 Italia, which are… Read more »
Colnago pioneered a great number of innovations that supposedly improved performance, not least of which were their eye-catching ‘Art-Decor’ paint schemes. Their proprietary Conic tubeset, custom drawn by Columbus, certainly would have improved sales, if not performance.