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lite pete wrote:no white nike's for sale then :cry:


no :( but i got loads of fsa bars and stems and other bits and bobs.
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Mik wrote:Thanks for the photos Jon...
Love the "Santa Pic" nice too see the "pros" with a sense of humor even with a day at the office ahead


yes, Andrea Noe, a very funny guy.
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aarw wrote:Wegelius changed his nationality?


Born in Finland.
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jay cee wrote:
Mik wrote:Thanks for the photos Jon...
Love the "Santa Pic" nice too see the "pros" with a sense of humor even with a day at the office ahead


yes, Andrea Noe, a very funny guy.


The funny thing is that hes called "Brontolo" in italy, which means an ever upset/complaining guy.

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funny you should say that :wink: that is his trademark.
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jay cee wrote:
lite pete wrote:no white nike's for sale then :cry:


no :( but i got loads of fsa bars and stems and other bits and bobs.


any fizik team tape in white :lol:

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Thanks for the pics !
You had any change to chat to Van Avermaet or the other guys ? Wonder how they feel this time of the year.

Keep up the good work.
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eurostyle wrote:Why does Pippo ride with a Polar watch, a Polar computer and an SRM? Nice pics


Maybe he likes to compare plots for different computers. Funny. That must be a heavily instrumented bike because you need a different speedo/cadence sensor for both of those Polar units (S725X needs S-Series sensors and the CS400 needs CS-Series)....then there is all the SRM stuff too... :lol:
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Pippo try to have the heaviest bike while training, in order to have the impression that a 6.8kg legal bike is light
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No doubt he will think the bike is flying in the poggio soon 8)

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drjones96 wrote:
eurostyle wrote:Why does Pippo ride with a Polar watch, a Polar computer and an SRM? Nice pics


Maybe he likes to compare plots for different computers. Funny. That must be a heavily instrumented bike because you need a different speedo/cadence sensor for both of those Polar units (S725X needs S-Series sensors and the CS400 needs CS-Series)....then there is all the SRM stuff too... :lol:


Ya, but if you look closely the watch doesn't read his heartrate, only used as a stopwatch. Must be the Euro flair 8)

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it's all about being Euro, and he is Mr Euro.
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The only one to barely touch Cipo imo

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Saw this article this morning on Velonews
http://www.velonews.com/train/articles/13830.0.html

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Gregorio wrote:Saw this article this morning on Velonews
http://www.velonews.com/train/articles/13830.0.html


Less an article about training camp, than an advertisement for Training Peaks. :roll:
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http://weightweenies.starbike.com/phpBB ... 928#126928

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