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Colossi Cheeko

Built on a very tight budget! But I'm definitely loving the ride!

Frame:
Colossi Cheeko

Fork/Headset:
Colossi Alu-carbon fork/FSA Orbit MX

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino RD Messenger/Velo Orange

Pedals:
Simple pedals with MKS toe cage(L) and straps

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
14t/48t

Handlebars/Stem:
Fyxation Comet/ Truvativ

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Italia SL/ Brandless seatpost

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic CXP22/Origin8

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic CXP22/Origin8

More Info:
Represent from Singapore!

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Current Setup
  3. FOR SALE

Added by wongkht. Last updated over 3 years ago.

As of over 3 years ago, wongkht has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

Latest 20 Comments

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danaildelev

danaildelev says:

Nice! how much bike weight/frame? Thanks!

Posted almost 9 years ago

tewms

tewms says:

Just lovely. Are you able to tell me the standover height for your Cheeko? I can't seem to find any geo charts for the model online.

Posted over 9 years ago

Bigfish

Bigfish says:

Hi mate, could you please tell me the size of the bottom bracket you are using? I'm building a cheeko myself. Cheers

Posted over 10 years ago

rufioz

rufioz says:

Hi bro! Nice bike! i understand thats its size 53. Can i know how tall are u? I'm torn between size 50 and 53.

Posted over 10 years ago

wongkht

wongkht says:

Hi! I'm about 1.77m tall and the frame fits just nice for me although some of my friends say it's a little too small for my height...

Posted over 10 years ago

bperks

bperks says:

do you know what the rake on your forks are and hows the toe overlap?

Posted over 10 years ago

wongkht

wongkht says:

Hi. Not sure about the rake... The fork came with the frame... I'm running 165mm crank arms and my toe clip still bumps into the wheel when I make sharp turns... Either way I think it would be quite difficult to eliminate toe overlap... Just gotta live with it... Haha... Happy building your cheeko!

Posted over 10 years ago

kervin

kervin says:

nice bike, what size?

Posted over 10 years ago

wongkht

wongkht says:

Thanks! Size 53!

Posted over 10 years ago

toansins

toansins says:

nice bike man, i'm planing to build a cheeko too.
what size are yours?

Posted almost 11 years ago

wongkht

wongkht says:

Thanks! Size 53

Posted over 10 years ago

gabelearnstoride

gabelearnstoride says:

Nice bike! looks like u bought it from CPS! Singapore represent!!

how much did u spend in total? im really tempted to get the colossi cheeko too but no reviews about it.. :(

Posted about 11 years ago

wongkht

wongkht says:

Thanks! Yeap.... got it from CPS for quite a good deal caused I got most of my parts for this build up from them. The total set up cost if I can remember correctly does not exceed 1.3k SGD... only cause some of my parts were either reused or picked up from the second hand market... ha ha
And you are damn right... couldn't find any reviews about the frame when I was considering it. But I can tell you for sure its quite a good ride. If you are not particular about the welds (like those who want good clean welds) I think this frame would be a good choice. Pretty light frame for that price range. In short, the only problem people will have with this frame would be the 'ugly' welds, otherwise I say its a pretty good frame that holds up strong. LOVING MY RIDE!
Nice Fuji you got there too! Unique dude... never seen one like that in Singapore...

Posted about 11 years ago

gabelearnstoride

gabelearnstoride says:

yea i might get the colossi cheeko from CPS too. all black haha. but i gotta be quite budget cause im a student..
planning to get like cheap parts from jensonUSA probably.
Whats the weight of your bike? ya u dont see my bike here cause im in Melbourne hahaha. studying there. but planning to get a bike in SG too.

Posted about 11 years ago

wongkht

wongkht says:

Haha... I'm a student too... gotta work and save up man. Jenson does have some cheap parts but I'm not sure after delivery charges it would be worth it... If you really intend to build up a bike in SG I suggest you contact CPS to discuss as i am pretty sure they will give you a good deal if you get more stuff from them...
If my estimation is not wrong, my bike should not exceed 8 to 9 kilos I think...
BTW you from SG?

Posted about 11 years ago

gabelearnstoride

gabelearnstoride says:

Hahaha finding work overseas is tough. Esp when I have classes everyday. Yes I checked Jenson the delivery is expensive. Probably buying from chain reaction cycle. Free Shipping! Yes I contacted them my cousin is close with them.
yup I'm from sg

Posted about 11 years ago

syahiddhan

syahiddhan says:

lovd it

Posted about 11 years ago

wongkht

wongkht says:

Thanks! Nice Aerosprint too! That colour way looks awesome!

Posted about 11 years ago

Cjx2xD

Cjx2xD says:

nice
looks great

Posted about 11 years ago

wongkht

wongkht says:

Thanks! your Pro-lite looks sick too!

Posted about 11 years ago

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