This Colnago World Cup 2.0 Disc 2013 is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
A classy cyclocross bike that features clean lines and simple tube shapes to ensure plenty of mud clearance and reliability season after season. The World Cup is Colnago’s solution for riders who enjoy the thrills and spills of cyclocross.
|Number of gears:||20|
|Bottle Cage Mounts:||Double|
|Wheel Size:||700c (622)|
|Brake Type:||Cable Disc Brake|
|Chainset type:||Cyclocross Specific|
The World Cup’s double-butted 6000 series aluminium alloy tubes are light but strong and shaped for greater stiffness. This makes for a fast, sure-handling ride that can deal with the inevitable hits that racing off-road in mud and snow is bound to bring. The disc brakes provide all the stopping power you require with Shimano providing the shifting you need at that crucial time.
The new World cup also comes supplied with Colnago's Race 24 wheels wrapped with Kenda 700x32c tyres. Solid, reliable and strong, these will sail through the mud, ride the lumps and bumps and survive the harshes of cross courses. Deda components complete the package, so with Shimano, Deda, Avid, FSA and Colnago, you are guaranteed top quality products that will stand the test of time.
Colnago’s disc brake features: higher pivoting, speed-lock available (internal routing), wide range of lever reach adjustment, finger clearance on top position (forefinger can hold the grip). In all a lightweight and safe braking system which is ideally suited to cross.
The Colnago World Cup (Disc) wants to be ridden fast and offers more than enough quality to get you through your event. Each World Cup is fully built, tested and tuned by Wiggle's team of qualified bike mechanics to ensure your bike arrives in perfect condition.
Cyclocross bikes are similar to road bike, they are lightweight, with narrow tyres and drop handlebars. However, they also share characteristics with mountain bicycles in that they utilize knobby treaded tyres for traction, and cantilever style brakes for the clearance needed due to muddy conditions. They have to be lightweight because competitors need to carry their bicycle to overcome barriers or slopes too steep to climb in the saddle. The sight of competitors struggling up a muddy slope with bicycles on their shoulders is the classic image of the sport, although un-ridable sections are generally a very small fraction of the race distance. Cross bikes also make good winter bikes or commuters, their frames have plenty of clearance which allows for mudguards, while the upright angles make them agile around town, meaning you can hit the trails at the weekend and then fit some road tyres and commute on them during the week.
Ernesto Colnago was born in Cambiago, a small rural village twenty kilometers east of Milano on February 9, 1932. Ernesto was just 13 years old, but to start work, he had to be at least 14. He changed the date on his working papers and so was hired as an assistant welder. It was 1954 when Colnago went out on his own in a tiny little workshop, his bicycles have been used by more than 100 professional team, 2,500 professional racers, who have won more than 7,500 wins worldwide. Champion riders of the caliber of Fiorenzo Magni, Gastone Nencini, Eddy Merckx, Giuseppe Saronni, Gianni Motta, Gibì Baronchelli, Michele Dancelli, Gianni Bugno, Oscar Freire, Johan Museeuw, Tony Rominger, Pavel Tonkov, Yaroslaw Popovych, Erik Zabel e Alessandro Petacchi, and many others, have ridden Colnago Bicycles to victory. As the great researcher and innovator he is, Colnago created the first frameset in carbon fibre in collaboration with Ferrari Engineering in 1986. The next year, the innovative straight-blade “Precisa” was created. In 1989, two years later, the dramatic Colnago “C35” emerged, an innovative monocoque carbon fibre frame in road racing & mountain bike versions. 1994 was a hallmark year when Colnago introduced the ground-breaking “C40” carbon fibre frameset for his 40th anniversary and still a reference point today. No other frame has won as much as the Colnago C40: 5X Paris-Roubaix and many World Championships. In 2000 another remarkable model emerged from Colnago’s atelier: the limited edition CF1, created in collaboration with Ferrari that quickly became a major success. Next was the CF2 dual-suspension mountain bike in 2002. After ten years of success in every segment, Ernesto Colnago launched the “C50” in 2003. It was the Fiftieth Anniversary of his company, a brand that has become synonymous with the best bicycles the world over, synonymous with the best products Made in Italy. This new carbon fibre composite frame quickly found success in both the competition and sales arena. And for 2004, for the official anniversary of Colnago, a special collectors item bicycle was created, the “50th Anniversary”. Ernesto Colnago continues to dream about and create bicycles appreciated by riders passionate about cycling all over the world. Don’t ask Colnago which of his bicycles is the best: his answer is always the same. “I’ve made a lot of bicycles, but the most beautiful is the one that is yet to come.” For more info on Colnago please feel free to view Bike Radar's article on them.
|Size Guide (Colnago World Cup )|
|Frame Size||Rider Height (cm)||Inside Leg (cm)|
|50cm||155 - 163||69 - 77|
|52cm||163 - 170||71 - 76|
|54cm||170 - 178||74 - 81|
|56cm||178 - 183||79 - 86|
|58cm||183 - 188||84 - 91|
|'Size matters! That's why at Wiggle we measure each of our bikes to build accurate size charts for our customers. Our qualified team of mechanics then individually check each order against measurements supplied by you to ensure the size chosen is correct. Another reason you can have complete confidence when buying a bike from Wiggle!'|
|Seat Tube Length (C/C):||Pccs||480||500||520||540||560||570|
|Top Tube Length (horizontal):||O||520||527||537||550||565||580|
|Seat Tube Angle (deg):||Sc||75.5||75||74.5||74||73.5||73|
|Head Tube Length:||Hs||108||110||127||143||159||168|
|Unless specified, all measurements are in millimetres.|
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