Vittoria 2013 tyres

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lactatehate
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by lactatehate

Hi,

not strictly weenie but does anyone know of any Euro shops actually stocking Vittoria Open Corsa SC 25mm tyres or Vittoria Open Pave 25mm as per their catalogue?

All the usual wiggle, PBK, Chainreaction don't even list them yet.

Thanks

D.

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CharlesM
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by CharlesM

Yes.

They're in circulation us and euro.

They're on this bike... Fairwheel have em here in the us. They've been in Europe for a while...

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MarkThailand
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by MarkThailand

CharlesM wrote:Yes.

They're in circulation us and euro.

They're on this bike... Fairwheel have em here in the us. They've been in Europe for a while...

Image


Super sizzling hot.

That's just too much bling on one bike.

Please tell us about this build.

Mark
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fdegrove
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by fdegrove

Hi,

I nicknamed it "La mitraillete aux yeux doux cremes"....

Ciao,;)
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HammerTime2
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by HammerTime2

Here's an entire thread on that bike. Kbedford steel... Newold

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CharlesM
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fdegrove wrote:Hi,

I nicknamed it "La mitraillete aux yeux doux cremes"....

Ciao,;)



:lol:

That sounds so cool I don't want to look it up and spoil it.

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HammerTime2
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by HammerTime2

faute d'orthographe
"La mitraillette aux yeux doux cremes", n'est-ce pas?

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by fdegrove

Salut,


faute d'orthographe
"La mitraillette aux yeux doux cremes", n'est-ce pas?


On laissera aux petits ce qui leur est du.

Neanmoins, monsieur le correcteur d'erreur de frappe, ce velo est bien trop grand pour un petit esprit que le votre. N'est-ce-pas?

Sorry, CharlesM, worms and other vermin as usual, ya know, ;)

Ciao, ;)
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HammerTime2
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by HammerTime2

Someone trying to translate it might have had some difficulty with the spelling error (typo). Surely you can understand that, n'est-ce pas?

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