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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 12:30 pm 
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so in uk we have say kingston wheelers or we could use kingston velo but what are some of the ones they use in italy for road bike clubs? (hope that makes sense...
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GS........whatever that means


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GS=Gruppo Sportivo

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Gruppo Ciclistico

Donno exactly what you're looking for..

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yea thats the kind of thing
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"squadra" is Italian for team. Fairly cool if a little militaristic.

Better get "sportivo" in there somewhere as well.

"Bici" is a diminutive of bicicletta which might look good as well but you'd better run it past a proper Italian.

I suppose you'll end up with "Kingston Bike Club", but in Italian which is much cooler than English.

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alanmclean wrote:
I suppose you'll end up with "Kingston Bike Club", but in Italian which is much cooler than English.


Depends on where you're from.. :wink:

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Otherwise most clubs in the italian-speaking part of Switzerland (where most Swiss pros are licensed) are called "Velo club". Also many clubs in North Italy use that name.


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