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Diego Ulissi's Colnago C64 - Gallery

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We take a closer look at Diego Ulissi's Colnago C64

We take a closer look at Diego Ulissi's Colnago C64
(Image credit: Jack Luke / Immediate Media)
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Deda's Alanera cockpit has a relatively traditional profile

Deda's Alanera cockpit has a relatively traditional profile
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The Stages Dash mount is neatly integrated into the front of the handlebars

The Stages Dash mount is neatly integrated into the front of the handlebars
(Image credit: Jack Luke / Immediate Media)
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The bike rolls on Vittoria Corsa tyres

The bike rolls on Vittoria Corsa tyres
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The C64 is constructed using lugged tube-to-tube construction methods

The C64 is constructed using lugged tube-to-tube construction methods
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Prologo supplies the saddle

Prologo supplies the saddle
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The bike is built around Campagnolo's unreleased EPS version of its new 12-speed Super Record groupset

The bike is built around Campagnolo's unreleased EPS version of its new 12-speed Super Record groupset
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Elite supplies its Vico Carbon bottle cages

Elite supplies its Vico Carbon bottle cages
(Image credit: Jack Luke / Immediate Media)
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Stages supplies both the power meter and head unit

Stages supplies both the power meter and head unit
(Image credit: Jack Luke / Immediate Media)

UAE Team Emirates rides the most Italian bikes in the whole WolrdTour, with the team using Campagnolo-equipped Colnagos that are fitted with a full complement of Italian-made components.

Diego Ulissi has been with UAE Team Emirates - previously known as Lampre - since 2010 - and he continues his tenure with the squad for the 2019 season.

Ulissi’s Colnago C64, which was released in early 2018, is built around a 12-speed Campagnolo Super Record EPS groupset alongside the Italian brand’s Bora Ultra wheels, which are fitted with Vittoria Corsa tyres.

The Italian theme continues with the finishing kit, with Deda supplying its Alanera one-piece cockpit and Prologo its Scratch saddle.

Click through the gallery above to have a closer look at Diego Ulissi’s Colnago C64.

Frameset: Colnago C64
Front brake: Campagnolo Super Record direct mount
Rear brake: Campagnolo Super Record direct mount
Brake/shift levers: Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Front derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record EPS, 12-speed
Cassette: Campagnolo Super Record, 12-speed, 11-29
Chain: Campagnolo Record, 12-speed
Crankset: Campagnolo Super Record, 53/39 chainrings, 170mm crank length with Stages power meter
Bottom bracket: Colnago ThreadFit 82.5
Wheelset: Campagnolo Bora Ultra
Tyres: Vittoria Corsa, 25mm tubular
Cockpit: Deda Alanera, 145mm stem, 400mm wide bars
Pedals: Look Keo Blade Carbon
Saddle: Prologo Scratch
Seatpost: Colnago C64
Bottle cages: Elite Vico Carbon
Computer: Stages Dash (not pictured)

Critical measurements

Rider height: 1.75m
Saddle height (from centre of bottom bracket): 725mm
Tip of saddle nose to handlebars (at centre): 570mm
Total bike Weight: 7.06kg