Pegoretti Marcelo v De Rosa Titanio

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Liggero
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by Liggero

My god... this last one even has a Rapha sticker... Glups...
Happy Trails !!!

RudyMontana
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@ Liggero

I have a Cinelli and a Peg. Does that make me a hipster with soul?

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Liggero
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RudyMontana wrote:@ Liggero

I have a Cinelli and a Peg. Does that make me a hipster with soul?


Don't know. Cinelli is hipster crap, but about you I don't know. Maybe it's an old cinelli, or you bought it long ago, or you were not aware about cinelli's hipsterness lately...

All hipster has a big soul, a ver pretentious one though LOL....
Happy Trails !!!

mriddle
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by mriddle

I believe Dario has been quoted "Ugo made the best frames ever".
Doriano? Not sure but the question probably is do you want steel or ti? Oh yes, and the paint thing...
You can't go wrong here. I've owned a Corum and it was remarkable.
I own a Primato (not neo) ELOS and it is the best ride I know, kinda like a heavy limo bombing down the road.
You can get the De Rosa in sloping if you like, no way on the Peg.
Any ti or steel De Rosa is on par with any Peg, all still made the proper old school way.
I suggest you get the De Rosa and have Dario paint it....

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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

RudyMontana wrote:@ Liggero

I have a Cinelli and a Peg. Does that make me a hipster with soul?


Only if you have a beard...
"It's not the destination...it's the ride!"

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