Colnago World Cup
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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on Colnago World Cup. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- A long term owner praised the brakes, which worked well after 4500 miles of riding.
- The World Cup’s handling was lauded by more than one owner.
- Numerous reviews rated the World Cup’s price to performance ratio highly.
- The Shimano 105 gears shifted well.
- There was enough clearance on this bike for riding in mud and on gravel.
- The unique frame shape made it easy to carry in cyclocross competition.
- Some users said the frame was sturdy.
- Shimano’s 105 groupset gave good performance for the bike’s price.
- Double bottle mounts are included for longer rides.
- A few riders felt the World Cup was versatile enough to ride on asphalt, fire-roads and even singletrack.
7 reasons not to buy
- The achilles heel of this bike was a recurring frame failure, where the rear mech tore off with the hanger and part of the chainstay.
- Colnago brand wheels were heavy and sluggish.
- Some said that the Avid discs were a bit weak, needed constant adjusting and were worth replacing.
- Tires delivered a slow ride and were often swapped out.
- Most riders felt that this bike was excessively heavy.
- More than one buyer felt that the World Cup was poor value for the cost.
- Some users wanted a larger outside chainring.
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Colnago World Cup – 4,500 mile Review
I’ve put a little over 4,500 miles on the bike and for the most part everything is holding up well.