Paduano Caligola by Dream Bikes

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Not still completed, but I think very sexy!!!

More pictures here :

http://www.light-bikes.it/forum/index.php?topic=1791.0

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saletel
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by saletel

beautiful frame

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by marecej

how the fork performs?
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Selle san marco does the Magma seat in silver colour. That would look better.
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no, it won't..when you put black grips it will be just good with black saddle
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The grips might as well be red..just my thoughts.
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The most beatiful frame ever. But Paul's, no way. Tiso derailleurs and an FRMcrank would be better. I want. (:
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I love the frame. Wheel logos are too garish, bar/stem is ugly but it isn't built up yet.
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Is that the longest stem the world has seen since 1993?

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by lasica

Any parts at bike is excellent (frame #1), but brakes?!?... :shock:

...maybe Magura Marta SL (red).




There is be a right thing. 8)

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lasica wrote:Any parts at bike is excellent (frame #1), but brakes?!?... :shock:

...maybe Magura Marta SL (red).




There is be a right thing. 8)


Yes, I'm waiting for Marta SL red...they will arrive next week... :D

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jon2 wrote:Is that the longest stem the world has seen since 1993?


:?:

It's a Paduano titanium integrated stem/bar...the lenght of the stem it's 120 mm !!!!!

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cerro wrote:The most beatiful frame ever. But Paul's, no way. Tiso derailleurs and an FRMcrank would be better. I want. (:


Paul will go onto one of my Vintage projects...I will replace it with XTR Shadow carbon (tuned)... I hate FRM !!!! :x

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I'm lucky...just like you. :lol:


Respect to old school :!:

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What are the discs you are using?

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