New photos of the Colnago C150 have surfaced. It’s a pretty frame. To be honest, to commemorate the Italian Unification, I would have opted for Campagnolo’s new electronic shifting group. Granted, only a few teams in the pro peloton have it, but it could have made it pretty exclusive.
This was the first frame that I saw. It was a strange experience. I was impressed by the finish and the paint. There are some differences. We do not sell this frameset.
It looks like I’ve pretty much narrowed it down to two frames, both lugged. The advantage of the Colnago EPS Di2 is that the frame comes out of the factory Di2-compatible with internal wiring. I like internalizing Di2, but I don’t really like drilling holes into an expensive frame. Thankfully, Nathan recently got an RXR frame as well. I know for a fact that he’ll hack it to internalize Di2, so I’ll be able to follow his lead.