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 Post subject: Cinelli Supercorsa
PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2007 8:31 pm 
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Classic Italian frame with modern parts.

Cinelli Supercorsa, Columbus Neuron tubeset

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um this is ww
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...and everyone should be made welsome (or so i would have thought?). i drooled over these frames when i was a youngster. chromed lugs still do it for me!


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Nice bikes Vikingman. Welcome :D

currieinahurry wrote:
um this is ww
tikka


Just because people like myself have an interest in light bikes, doesn't mean for what ever reason we have one that would meet the criteria. This above comments attitude is the reason I have never posted pictures of my bikes here :evil:

No where in the title of this section Introduce Yourself / Gallery does it mention or is there a sticky saying only bikes under 6 kg can be displayed!


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what he should be getting abuse for is putting anything other than campag on that italian ... :lol: :wink:


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Dont listen to anyone who has to explain their nickname.
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Nice bike - I would opt for dura ace downtube shifters for the classic look (and lighter). having everything uber light doesnt work for everyones needs or style- there are plenty of WW style disasters on here if you ask me-but choosing lighter weight parts on purpose is WW enough for me.

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ooohhhh, i've lusted after one of those for a long time....

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 Post subject: Re: nice
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Dont listen to anyone who has to explain their nickname.
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Nice bike - I would opt for dura ace downtube shifters for the classic look (and lighter). having everything uber light doesnt work for everyones needs or style- there are plenty of WW style disasters on here if you ask me-but choosing lighter weight parts on purpose is WW enough for me.


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you have two... :shock:
no... this was your previous set up I assume? I like it better with downtube shifters.... :thumbup:

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