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MASTER

First pro­duced in the mid-1980s, the Master is a peren­nial favourite. It is the fruit of Colnago’s exten­sive expe­ri­ence in steel tub­ing, weld­ing, and lugged frame con­struc­tion tech­niques. It’s entirely designed, made and chromium plated in Italy with DT15V steel. The Master offers supreme com­fort thanks to the ride qual­ity offered by the cus­tom drawn steel tub­ing. The star-shaped tubes and chromed lugs com­bined with a 1-inch chrome plated steel Precisa fork make it a clas­sic and truly ele­gant bicy­cle that offers a ride unlike any­thing else. Available in 16 sizes and three colour variations.

TECHNOLOGY

GEOMETRY-ICON


FRAME GEOMETRY
Sizes and specifications help you to choose the correct frame.

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PROTOTYPING
Colnago pro­duc­tion process implies inten­sive use of pro­to­typ­ing tech­nolo­gies. Before real­is­ing the final model, we analyse spec­i­fi­ca­tions and dif­fer­ent vari­ables through sam­ples and lab tests.

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FRAME DESIGN
The per­fect bicy­cle must be bal­anced. It must be made to fit you, not the other way round.

MATERIALS-ICON

 

MATERIALS
Colnago was the first frame builder to see the poten­tial of car­bon fibre in the evo­lu­tion of the cycling.

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TESTING
Colnago always took par­tic­u­larly care to the rider safety. Our prod­uct analy­sis lab uti­lizes the high­est stan­dards in the indus­try.

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Team EUROPCAR

Team Europcar, whose army of rid­ers use Colnago bikes, has secured Harmonie Mutuelle as a co-sponsor in a two-year agree­ment. The French health insur­ance out­fit has com­mit­ted to Jean-René Bernaudeau’s Pro Continental team until the end of 2015. It’s great news for Europcar in their bid to secure WorldTour sta­tus for next sea­son. Increasing their bud­get was vital to sup­port their sub­mis­sion to the UCI. Now they can expand the size of the team and extend con­tracts of cur­rent rid­ers. Thomas Voeckler and Pierre Rolland have con­firmed they’re to con­tinue with Europcar, while 33-year-old Jimmy Engoulvent recently signed a two-year deal.