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Colnago E64 Road Bike - Ultegra

Colnago E64 Road Bike - UltegraColnago E64 Road Bike - Ultegra
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Description

About Colnago E64 Road Bike - Ultegra

Same design as the queen c64. Besides the electrical core, the e64 stands out for its monocoque frame.

Features

Colnago Evolution - Colnago launches its new project - "Evoluzione" - to go beyond the limits of the traditional racing bike. The pleasure of pedalling takes on a new special taste with the smart servo-assisted system. Challenge yourself and put yourself on the line.

Compact and Lightweight - The engine positiond in the rear hun and the battery housed in the down tube mean low weight and space saving, resulting in an aesthetic and technical benefit which gives shape to a smoother and lighter bike compared to the classic e-bikes on the market.

eBikeMotion - The E64 can be ridden with the pedal assist mode on or off. Thanks to the iWOC button on the horizontal tube, you can enable the pedal assist mode and select the required power.

ebikemotion User Web Dashboard - Login to www.ebikemotion.com to view information on your activities and your bike. You must use the same account created on the ebikemotion APP on your smartphone. You can see the status of your e-bike, activities, reports, location, report a theft, change owners and consult online manuals. desiderata.

ebikemotion app (AppStore / Google Play) - Download the ebikemotion APP to use your compatible smartphone as an advanced interface. Remember to download the maps from your telephone. You’ll have three months to download updates after your first download (maximum of 5 maps).

Charging the Battery - Connect the charger first to a power outlet and then to the charging port on the bicycle. The light on the iWoc ONE will turn on automatically. While charging, the intensity of the LED will vary cyclically, indicating by color the current level of battery charge. The battery will be charged (>98%) when the LED remains lit in white.

Specifications


Items Supplier Description
Frame Colnago E-64 Carbon Sizes 43-46-49-52-55-58
Fork Colnago C64 Disc Carbon Monocoque Thru Axle Ø12mm
Seat Post Colnago C64 Carbon Aero Seatpost
Handlebar DedaElementi Zero RHM Alloy 6061
Stem DedaElementi Zero 1
Wheelset Mavic Aksium Elite Evo UST EBM
R/Hub Motor Hub eBikeMotion 36V-250VV/ 40Nm 25km/h Brake Disk 32/14g Hole
Tyres Continental Ultra Sport II 28-622 700 x 28C
Chain KMC Ultegra 34/50
Crankset Shimano Ultegra 34/50
F/Brake Set Shimano Ultegra
F/Derailleur Shimano FD-R8050 Ultegra
R/Derailleur Shimano RD-R8050 Ultegra
Freewheel Shimano Ultegra 11-30
Saddle Prologo Proxim W450
Battery eBikeMotion 36c 250w 18650GA-10S/2P

Geometry

Size Ps Sc° A C Hs Ss° bbdrop P O Fork Stack Reach
43 430 75.4 575 405 116 70.8 65 527 504 370 510 371
46 460 74.7 584 405 132 71.3 68 550 523 370 530 378
49 490 74 594 405 151 71.6 69 572 543 370 550 385
52 520 73.5 605 407 170 71.9 70 595 561 370 570 392
55 550 72.8 611 410 188 72.5 70 617 581 370 590 399
58 580 72.7 619 413 207 73.1 70 639 596 370 610 406

More About The Manufacturer Colnago

Colnago Ernesto & C. S.r.l. or Colnago is a manufacturer of high-end road-racing bicycles founded by Ernesto Colnago in 1954 near Milano in Cambiago, Italy. Instead of following his family's farming business, Ernesto Colnago chose to work in the cycle trade, apprenticing first with Gloria Bicycles at 13, subsequently taking up road racing. After a bad crash ended his racing career, he began subcontracting for Gloria, opened his own shop (1954) and built his first frames the same year. Much in demand as a racing mechanic, he was second mechanic on the Nivea team Giro d'Italia under Faliero Masi in 1955, eventually being employed as head mechanic for the Molteni team of Belgian cycling legend Eddy Merckx. The company first became known for high quality steel framed bicycles, and later as one of the more creative cycling manufacturers responsible for innovations in design and experimentation with new and diverse materials including carbon fiber, now a mainstay of modern bicycle construction.