Pegoretti Marcelo Ciavete paint - low pro wheels Page 12

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I'm sure that Jure Berk with like how things look as do i, it must be nice to have something so special :thumbup:
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I love this bike!

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Perfect build. Love it the way it sits now. Can't wait till I can order mine one day.

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Much nicer than my Responsorium in plain old Spider paint. I love Ciavete!

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Awesome!!One of my favourite bikes on this board.

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just great! :D
the saddle/seatpost combo by Jure is an art by itself.

definitely one the best looking bikes in the forum.

cheers!

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Not a fan of the saddle/post on this but I still love the frame.

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Wow, that's a lovely bike.

I'd use black tubulars and black bar tape to make this frame stand out more - it definately deserves it!

BTW Does Dario paint carbon forks? I think I never seen painted carbon fork on a Pego. Is it an option? Or maybe he doesn't paint carbon forks?
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Love it, love it, love it, love it.

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This bike makes me smile,stunning,if it rides half as good as it looks,it must be great

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LionelB wrote:Not a fan of the saddle/post on this but I still love the frame.



Agree...just doesn't suit this vehicle but a lovely bike though...
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Nice build !!! Like the colours combined with all de black parts. Just wondering if you have you got your clothing in the same colours. :wink:
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dcj9
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BTW Does Dario paint carbon forks? I think I never seen painted carbon fork on a Pego. Is it an option? Or maybe he doesn't paint carbon forks?

actually he does offer to paint the forks too, and i really should have opted for it with hindsight :oops:
for one thing, its a lot easier to change for a plain fork later, than the other way round.

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