It goes without saying that the Colnago brand is a monument when it comes to Italian cycling. Established in 1952 by Ernesto Colnago in Cambiago, near Milano, the brand became famous due to its steel frames and their innovative design, which soon made the firm a reference brand in the peloton. Over the years, changes were made to the materials used, and the brand now offers carbon frames featuring exceptional quality and finish.
The brand joined forces with Ferrari’s development team to design the superb V1R, one of the flagships of the cloverleaf brand. The V1R is without any doubt the most advanced carbon monocoque frameset in the company’s history.
Colnago’s C60 is a rarity – a carbon frame entirely hand-made in its factory in Italy. You can discover the manufacturing process for the C60 in this video: