2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 test review all you need to know about Colnago C68 road bike, Colnago C68 test, Colnago C68 road test


2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 Road test review Build quality

The 2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 has a high cost, but it's a small work of art, we're almost at the top.

Really hard to find better in terms of quality.

Everything is done to perfection and nothing is left to chance.

The paintwork is beautiful, the customizations excellent, the range of sizes and the made-to-measure creation.

Despite everything, however, the price is high, but much more justified than other products that come from Southeast Asia.

The price is also very competitive, with other products of the same quality level.


2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 Road Test Review Frame

The 2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 frame is certainly not a lightweight road bike frame, but it is very well made, available in many sizes.

The range of colors and the possibility of customizing the frame are also excellent.

It is not a light frame and even top assembled it is very difficult to go below 7Kg of real weight, easier to stay around 7.4Kg with Shimano Dura Ace Di2 on test.

In conclusion, at high prices, however, a high build quality is combined.

2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 Road Test Assemblies Review

The range of assemblies is all very expensive, but it wouldn't make sense to do it differently, indeed it's a mistake not to assemble this frame with mid-range components.

Campagnolo Super Record, Shimano Dura Ace or Sram Red are really the only groups to use.

Otherwise you might as well buy another product.

It remains an expensive bike, but well made and quality.


2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 Road test Comfort review

It remains one of the distinctive elements of this frame.

Truly excellent for a racing bike, at the level, and sometimes better, than many endurance bikes.

A characteristic of this frame, so unique, with its defects, but also with many advantages.

It is the most comfortable frame among high performance racing bikes.

An excellent result.

2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 Road Test Review Guide

Not a light racing bike, not as responsive as other models, but a real locomotive.

Very precise, very safe, it always travels on a track, with a safety unknown to all its competitors.

Above all the competitors, its safety downhill, at high speeds, on stretches of damaged asphalt.

Excellent braking.

Easy to control the bike in cross winds, perfect geometry for uphill roads.

Equally valid is the behavior on the plains.

Whether going fast or admiring the view, the 2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 convinces everyone and is an excellent product.


2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 Road test review Performance

It's a competitive racing bike on any type of route, truly 360 degrees.

It is at ease on any route and the only handicap is the not exactly low weight.

Excellent frame rigidity.

A bike for heavy and powerful athletes who will appreciate the high stiffness of the frame.

It's not a very fast bike on the toughest climbs, but it redeems itself very well on all other routes.

Compared to the past it is just as heavy, but stiffer and in the meantime the opponents have become heavier, so now, in relation to the new Colnago C68 2023 it is much more competitive than in the past.

Excellent racing bike, not light, but with very high overall performance.

The price-performance ratio is not so favorable, but the bike remains competitive and even successful on certain routes.

2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 Road test review Pros and cons

The 2024 Colnago C68 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 proves to be an excellent racing bike, of the highest quality, not cheap, but with equally valid performance.

At the top for driving safety and ride comfort.

The price is its real flaw, but it is still commensurate with its build quality and better than many other competitors.

Overall an excellent racing bike and better in all respects than the previous model.

It remains an icon among racing bikes: you either love it or hate it.

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NDR: the photo does not refer to the specific bike being tested