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Condor Acciaio

calumf50calumf50 Posts: 16
edited August 2015 in Your road bikes

Frame: Condor Acciaio "60th anniversary" 58cm
Forks: Condor Acciaio "60th anniversary"
Bars: ITM 44cm
Stem: Zipp 120 x 6
Headset: Condor
Bar Tape: Lizard Skin

Front Brake Lever: Shimano 105
Front Caliper: Shimano 105
Rear Brake Lever: Shimano 105 / Dura Ace pads
Rear Caliper: Shimano 105 / Dura Ace pads

Shifters: Shimano 105
Front Mech: Shimano 105
Rear Mech: Shimano 105

Seat: Fizik Aliante Versus
Seat Post: Bontrager elite inline
Seat Post Clamp: Condor

Cranks: Shimano Ultegra 175mm
Chainring(s): Shimano Ultegra 50t 34t
Chain: Shimano Ultegra
Cassette: Shimano XT 11-32t
Pedals: Shimano 105
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Ultegra

Rim: Archetype H Plus Son 23mm
Spokes: Sapim Race
Hub: Hope Pro RS 32H
Tire: Continental Gator skin folding 23mm

I bought the frame off eBay 2nd hand and put all the parts from my ribble winter bike onto it. Really pleased with it. The bad pictures don't really do it justice.


  • drlodgedrlodge Posts: 4,826
    That's one long seat post and quite a drop from saddle-bars! Would like to see you positioned on it, I expect you have quite an agressive/aero position?
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  • calumf50calumf50 Posts: 16
    Quite deceiving photo angle's I suspect. It feels a very comfortable riding position to me! The handle bar height is 10mm higher then on the ribble that I had, all the other dimensions are identical.
  • Bit of an update on this.

    At the back end of last year, I decided to build my Ribble winter bike up again (decent mud guards) which meant, stripping this down this down. Whilst the frame was stripped of components, I thought I would like to get it painted as the original black paint was beginning to look faded. So off it went...


    As this was now going to be just my summer bike, I began hunting during the black friday / Christmas / January sales and managed to get some good deals on new wheels and groupo. :D

    Anyway the frame came back and it looks absoloutlety stunning, the photos really dont do it justice!


  • cswitchcswitch Posts: 261
    I'm thinking of having a frame 'refreshed' with a new paint job. Could you confirm who sprayed it and cost?

    It looks really nice by the way!
  • cswitch wrote:
    I'm thinking of having a frame 'refreshed' with a new paint job. Could you confirm who sprayed it and cost?

    It looks really nice by the way!


    It was Bob Jackson who re-sprayed it - highly recommended. I'll PM you the cost.
  • tlw1tlw1 Posts: 21,647
    that colour looks fantastic
  • RideOnTimeRideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    oh nice...
  • The marking on the side of the bearing says 7H x dia. 41.8 x dia. 30.2 x 45 x 45 which means that it is a campagnolo hiddenset rather then a standard integrated.


    New Ritchey Comp headset next to old Neco headset... about time for a change...

  • Bearing in...


    Stem on.

  • All built up. Just need some decent weather :D




  • Just weighed it at 8.35kg...
  • calumf50calumf50 Posts: 16
    New (to me) wheels...

    ENVE SES 3.4 Tubs with Vitoria Corsa CX.



    Yeah I know my decking needs jet washing... :oops:
  • kayodotkayodot Posts: 143
    8) looks lovely. paintjob is fantastic.
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