Colnago C68 Titanium Disc frame

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The Colnago C64 Disc represents an evolution from the C60 Disc. The frame features all new materials but is made with the same handmade construction technique at Colnago’s Cambiago factory

Even though from an aesthetics point of view, its lines and styling may be more similar to that of a frame manufactured in one piece. There are still some visible joints on the C68 to trace back to our root, while other joints would appear invisible due to the new streamlined design. The number of parts that complete the frame is the same as with the previous C series (C64).


The frame weight for a raw size 485 is around 925gr, just 10gr more (935gr) for the titanium version.

Steering tube
The new split head tube is now stronger, lighter and more customisable than ever. The parts have been reduced from 8 (C64) to 6, thus saving weight (less gluing area) and machining/gluing time.

Based on the shape of the V3Rs seatpost, the semi-truncated teardrop shape adds a bit of aerodynamic performance while offering better vertical compliance than the previous 31.6mm round seatpost.

Bottom bracket
Designed on the basis of the tried and tested ThreadFit82.5, which is basically a PressFit with removable bottom bracket sleeves, the bottom bracket lug is now more complex than ever. The cable grommet, which used to be a bolt-on plastic part, is now moulded into the lug to save grams and to offer the widest possible radius for the best shifting performance.

The fork changes from the previous TFS 'D' shape with the complex internal rib and the full length bonded metal thread bolt for a much simpler, elegant and lighter round 1"1/8 tube. To run the brake housing inside we have adopted a special patented eccentric headset system, without having to use the larger cumbersome and heavy 1.5" bearing.

Integrated multitool
Returning to a round steerer tube allows us to put a touch of "we ride too" into the bike. Everyone needs, at some point, a multitool to face every small adjustment that may be required during an epic or not so epic ride (like a flat tire).


  • Frame kit.
  • Headset.
  • Seatpost.
  • HH12 thru axles.