(Re) introducing the Pegoretti Responsorium

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Fahzybeer
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by Fahzybeer

Great color and balance with components favorite Peg on site!

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mattthebeers
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by mattthebeers

Love the wheels. I may try an offset seat post as Peg's geometry is designed to be used with one.

MDH
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by MDH

Very nice indeed.

stef32
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by stef32

really nice, I want one!

MDH
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by MDH

There's one for sale on Velocipede Salon. Or was....


woz9683
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by woz9683

Wingnut wrote:... and the wheels balance it out beautifully... :thumbup:


...except that the rear is built backwards (if you're being really picky) :(

Still, really great bike overall :thumbup:

bikewithnoname
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by bikewithnoname

A quick update with the new WR setback post and a switch of bar to Deda Presa's. My riding position is much better now.

I've probably put 2k miles on this bike now (weather has been terrible in the UK), what can I tell you about the ride? It's not carbon, but it's plenty stiff enough for my 80kg, the ride quality is great, it's not super smooth like a Cervelo RS, but plenty comfortable enough for 200mile days. In short I'm loving it and can't wait for the weather to improve!

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"We live in an age when unnecessary things are our only necessities." Oscar Wilde

Pegoretti Responsorium, Parlee Z5i, Donhou Commuter, 1946 MacLeans Featherweight L'Eroica!, 2x MTB 'dales

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kgt
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by kgt

It's better. It needs black bottle cages IMO.

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SWijland
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by SWijland

I actually think the cages look really nice on this bike. The same goes for pretty much everything else on this bike!

dcj9
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by dcj9

yep, nice - this is still my favourite ever peg colourscheme.

LionelB
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by LionelB

Gorgeous.

Is that a Falz fork painted to match ? Did Dario do this ? Most of the ciavete paint scheme I have seen have a Falz that is single color.

bikewithnoname
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by bikewithnoname

Thanks Guys.

LionelB, this is the Mizuho fork (its a year to old for the new Falz), and yes Dario painted it to match.
"We live in an age when unnecessary things are our only necessities." Oscar Wilde

Pegoretti Responsorium, Parlee Z5i, Donhou Commuter, 1946 MacLeans Featherweight L'Eroica!, 2x MTB 'dales

LionelB
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bikewithnoname wrote:LionelB, this is the Mizuho fork (its a year to old for the new Falz), and yes Dario painted it to match.

ultra cool.

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jhamlin38
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by jhamlin38

unreal. could be the most attractive frameset ever. FWIW, I still ride my fondriest steel frameset from time to time. There is actually still an upgrade you can make to that beauty. Swap out the mizuno fork for an enve. outstanding bike.

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