Where's Calnago?

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bura
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by bura

a similar sad incident within my family drifted me off cycling and a few things more. came back to read this. guys,value each day on this planet especially in these tough days. the world will be never the same again. sure,that Cal is monitoring us from a higher position. RIP Calnago.
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Bely
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by Bely

just fills me up with saddness....

can't put into words how I feel, so best not to try....

Echoing Bura, treasure the time you have, especially with the ones you love and the ones who love you....

RIP Calnago.
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iankovski
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by iankovski

I want to give an idea to the mods. How about to make a homage to Cal? Maybe we can put a badge under his username, or avatar, saying "In Memorian" or "Honourable Member"? I think it's fair given his importance here.

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Pumablk
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by Pumablk

I have come, gone, and came back to this forum, but Calnago was a constant. May he Rest In Peace.

iankovski
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by iankovski

Pumablk wrote:
Tue Jun 16, 2020 7:12 pm
I have come, gone, and came back to this forum, but Calnago was a constant. May he Rest In Peace.
Cal is onipresent

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wallymann
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by wallymann

RIP cal
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hidefguy
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by hidefguy

RIP Calnago. Your post were very knowledgable and taught me so much. Thank you.

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wheelbuilder
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iankovski wrote:
Tue Jun 16, 2020 12:25 pm
I want to give an idea to the mods. How about to make a homage to Cal? Maybe we can put a badge under his username, or avatar, saying "In Memorian" or "Honourable Member"? I think it's fair given his importance here.
Can't understand why this hasn't been done already.
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jeffy
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by jeffy

maverick_1 wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 3:57 pm
RIP Calnago.

Cal's final post :(

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very sad loss. reading his obitury he really comes across as a good kind man, the impression i had of him from his forum posts was that he was a little younger. i used to look forward to coming onto WW and discovering Calnago had succumbed to a disc brake road bike so i could tease him. sad loss, incredible posts. i was pretty new to bicycling when i found WW - he pretty much introduced me to Colnagos. maybe one day.

cleland72
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by cleland72

RIP Calnago.

I've only just joined WW and one of the motivations was to thank Calnago for his Campag front derailleur setup notes, the first time I've had a properly functioning 2x10 setup and it's thanks to his work.

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