After finishing second in the 2016 Milan San-Remo in Team Sky colours, Englishman Ben Swift left the British team to ride for the UAE Abu Dhabi team. Swapping from Pinarello to Colnago, Swift and the rest of the UAE Abu Dhabi riders will be riding C60s at the Tour Down Under.
Colnago still makes its frames by hand with star-shaped lugs and tubes, which the brand says are stiffer than a standard joint.
The team's bikes are finished mostly using components with an Italian heritage and Swift’s C60 is tricked out head-to-toe in Campy Super Record EPS. It also sees a power2max power meter at the cranks with 172.5 crank arms and 53-39 chainrings, and he’s also rolling on Campy Bora Ultra 50 wheels with 25c Vittoria Corsa tubs.
Swift rides a size 53 frame with a 130mm stem and 420mm Deda bars (Deda measures ‘outside to outside’). At the back is an 11-29T cassette with six titanium sprockets and Campy’s Ultrashift teeth profile. For his seating arrangements, Swift opts for a Selle Italia SLR team edition saddle.
The only bit of kit not originating from an Italian outfit are his French Look Keo Blade Carbon pedals.
Click or swipe through the photo gallery above for detailed look at Swift's C60.
Complete bike specifications
Frame: Colnago C60
Fork: Colnago C60
Stem: Deda Zero 100, 130mm
Handlebar: Deda Zero100 Shallow, 420mm
Front brake: Super Record Brakeset
Rear brake: Super Record Brakeset
Brake/shift levers: Super Record EPS
Front derailleur: Super Record EPS
Rear derailleur: Super Record EPS
Cassette: Super Record 11-29T
Chain: Super Record
Crankset: Super Record with power2max
Pedals: Look Keo Blade Carbon
Wheelset: Bora Ultra 50
Tyres: Vittoria Corsa 25c tubular
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Team Edition
Seatpost: Colnago carbon
Bottle cages: Elite Custom Race Plus
Rider's height: 1.79m
Rider's weight: 69kg
Saddle height from bottom bracket: 770mm
Centre of saddle to centre of bar: 700mm
Total bicycle weight: 7.23kg
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