Koga Colmaro Allroad

Koga Colmaro Allroad
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Description

Description

The attractive Koga Colmaro Allroad has (almost) the speed of a road bike but is much more versatile.

Go fast on gravel!
The Koga Colmaro Allroad is a super fast gravel bike that is just itching to go on new adventures with you and discover new paths in nature. With this Colmaro you will fly over the gravel paths and look awesome thanks to the internal cable routing and the awesome frame colour! It is an absolute eye-catcher of Dutch origin.

If you have developed a taste for gravel riding and are still using your road bike for it, it's about time you got yourself the Koga Colmaro Allroad gravel bike!

Technology

Comfortable frame
The lightweight aluminium frame of the Koga Colmaro Allroad gravel bike ensures stable and responsive handling. The cables are integrated into the frame, where they are well protected from gravel and other dirt. The bike comes with a carbon fork, which handles shocks from bumps and potholes well, so you can sit comfortably in the saddle at high speeds. The Colmaro Allroad also has a D-shaped seat post, which provides support for the pelvis and lower back.

Shifting and braking
This Koga Colmaro has the SRAM Rival groupset, which performs well and is very reliable. The gravel bike comes with 11 gears and an 11-42 cassette. This gives you a wide gear range, allowing you to conquer even the steepest roads smoothly. The hydraulic disc brakes are known for their good braking power and easy modulation. Even in poor conditions, you can rely on the Colmaro Allroad's excellent braking performance.
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Reviews

Reviews


5 / 5

A brilliant buy

- Michael 7 April 2024

It a very nice ride, and it attracts attention.

Pros & Cons

Cool design
Fantastic frame
Price vs quality is excellent
Have not found any yet

5 / 5

Beautiful and comfortable and versatile bike

- Michel 6 March 2024

Ridden it about 4 times now and it likes it. Nice to have slightly wider tyres and also nicely finished. Rides a lot nicer than my older Koga road bike with thinner tyres. Saddle is also fine, which is not usually the case. So happy with it too!

Pros & Cons

Excellent road holding
Good price
Good saddle
Nicely finished
Not yet found
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5 / 5

A high-quality road bike for faster gravel work with a real wow factor!

- Ferry 17 February 2024

Shifts tight and fast with Scram Rival1, light and stiff aluminium frame with road bike geometry, cool blue-purple colour frame with vintage lettering and good professional finish handlebars, cables and wheels.

Pros & Cons

38 mm tyres for faster work on road and gravel
Modern vintage gravel bike with racing potential
Top assembly and finishing
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4 / 5

Beautiful sporty gravel bike

- Arne 5 January 2024

With all the bad weather the last few weeks, I was looking for either a bike trainer or a new affordable bike and smart trainer. My eye had fallen on this Koga, with cashback definitely budget-friendly and a gravel bike I didn't have yet. The bike has a beautiful blue colour with some retro look stickering. Cables run internally, the smooth welds are nice (though there are still plain seams to be found). The seatpost is also unique in shape and tastes m. The frame is slightly sportier/aggressive for a gravel and I find that ideal. Only the standard stem is indeed far too long. It also caused the specified size for my height to actually be wrong. I replaced the standard 110mm stem with a 100mm, then even a 90mm, much better this way. The standard supplied tyres are theoretically 34mm but measure smoothly 36mm wide on the Mavic wheels with 23mm internal width. In theory, a maximum of 35mm tyres can go on them, but there is still some margin. I put 36mm Tufo Thundero which measure 38mm. I personally really wouldn't go wider than that. So unfortunately 40mm tyres won't fit without getting into trouble, which is a common size I would have liked to have fitted. But 36mm is definitely wide enough for me. I think the bike is more likely to come with the Mavic wheels instead of DT Swiss wheels.

Pros & Cons

Beautiful colour
Integrated cables
Retro look
Smooth welds
Sporty gravel bike
1x11 speed gears
Mavic instead of DT Swiss wheels
Max 36-38mm tyres, 40 would have been perfect
Voice too long
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5

Michael, 7 April 2024

A brilliant buy

It a very nice ride, and it attracts attention.

  • Cool design
  • Fantastic frame
  • Price vs quality is excellent
  • Have not found any yet

5

Michel, 6 March 2024

Beautiful and comfortable and versatile bike

Ridden it about 4 times now and it likes it. Nice to have slightly wider tyres and also nicely finished. Rides a lot nicer than my older Koga road bike with thinner tyres. Saddle is also fine, which is not usually the case. So happy with it too!

  • Excellent road holding
  • Good price
  • Good saddle
  • Not yet found
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5

Ferry, 17 February 2024

A high-quality road bike for faster gravel work with a real wow factor!

Shifts tight and fast with Scram Rival1, light and stiff aluminium frame with road bike geometry, cool blue-purple colour frame with vintage lettering and good professional finish handlebars, cables and wheels.

  • 38 mm tyres for faster work on road and gravel
  • Modern vintage gravel bike with racing potential
  • Top assembly and finishing
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4

Arne, 5 January 2024

Beautiful sporty gravel bike

With all the bad weather the last few weeks, I was looking for either a bike trainer or a new affordable bike and smart trainer. My eye had fallen on this Koga, with cashback definitely budget-friendly and a gravel bike I didn't have yet. The bike has a beautiful blue colour with some retro look stickering. Cables run internally, the smooth welds are nice (though there are still plain seams to be found). The seatpost is also unique in shape and tastes m. The frame is slightly sportier/aggressive for a gravel and I find that ideal. Only the standard stem is indeed far too long. It also caused the specified size for my height to actually be wrong. I replaced the standard 110mm stem with a 100mm, then even a 90mm, much better this way. The standard supplied tyres are theoretically 34mm but measure smoothly 36mm wide on the Mavic wheels with 23mm internal width. In theory, a maximum of 35mm tyres can go on them, but there is still some margin. I put 36mm Tufo Thundero which measure 38mm. I personally really wouldn't go wider than that. So unfortunately 40mm tyres won't fit without getting into trouble, which is a common size I would have liked to have fitted. But 36mm is definitely wide enough for me. I think the bike is more likely to come with the Mavic wheels instead of DT Swiss wheels.

  • Beautiful colour
  • Integrated cables
  • Retro look
  • 1x11 speed gears
  • Mavic instead of DT Swiss wheels
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All specifications

General

Brand
Koga
Geometry
Gravel Performance
Frame Type
Women / Men
Frame Material
Aluminium Triple butted
Number of Gears
11 Gears
Colour
Turquoise
Weight
9,1 kg
Manufacturer's warranty
25 years

Wheels & Tyres

Wheelset
Mavic Allroad
Rim material
Aluminium
Tubeless-compatible?
Yes
Tyres
WTB Byway 34-622
Tyre Width
34 mm
Maximum tyre width
35 mm

Drivetrain

Type of Crankset
Single 44T
Crankset
SRAM Rival
Chain
KMC X11EL
Cassette
SRAM Rival PG-1130 11-42T
Bottom Bracket
SRAM GXP Press Fit

Shift and brake parts

Groupset Type
Mechanical
Groupset
SRAM Rival 1
Brake System
Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Shifters
Sram Rival 1x 11 speed
Rear Derailleur
SRAM Rival 11 speed

Cockpit

Handlebar
Koga Endurance Race - Compact shape
Stuurlint
Koga endurance tape - Silicon
Stem
Koga Carnero overzized

Comfort

Fork
Carbon
Seatpost
Koga D-form 27.2mm
Saddle
Selle San Marco Shortfit

Included in the delivery

Pedals
No