Founded in 1954, Colnago remains one of the most coveted brands of racing bikes among enthusiasts. 

Boasting more than 3,100 professional victories, their rich tradition of innovation includes Eddy Merckx's 5.75 kilogram hour record bike, the first-ever production full-carbon bicycle in the C35 and the first disc brake equipped production road bike in the C59. Most recently, Tadej Pogacar piloted their bicycles to consecutive Tour de France victories in 2020 and 2021.

In keeping with tradition, Colnago's heritage model, the Model C, is handmade and painted in Italy. To this day the Model C uses tube-and-lug construction derived from Colnago's iconic star-shaped tubing. This provides not only classic styling and consistent design language, but the opportunity to build the frame to rider-specific dimensions as well.

It is this unique blend of performance and panache that defines Colnago and the riders it attracts. Few other brands can match Colnago in terms of either racing success or aesthetic elegance; none can compete in both measures. For those who refuse to compromise when it comes to class, performance or pedigree, the choice is clear.