Ted Ciamillo is alright.

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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

:thumbup: :thumbup: I just received a package from Ted from Zero Gravity. In the package is a set of 2007 Zero Gravity titanium brakes and a t-shirt that says Ciamillo on the front and I signed up to be a crank tester and all I got was this lousy t-shirt on the back. Also included as a letter from Ted stating the project is not dead but unless he can really break new performance barriers that the cranks will not make it to market.

I'm glad Ted has a sense of humor and this does show the man is a class act! :beerchug:
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:lol:

Well....that's more folks who can test out the brakes at any rate :)

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Really cool gesture indeed! :)

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Of all days to leave my camera at home! :sorry: :exactly: and :soon:
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Yep, I had a feeling Ted would surprise us all. Great job, can't wait to get my hands on them. I'll be able to do a comparison test with my AX Perseus :shock:

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So now that all you lucky ones have extra sets of ZGs laying around, I can expect to see some deals posted on the For Sale board, right? :wink:
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Wow I guess I found the brakes for my ep build :shock: That´s very generous of him.
I must say my biggest regret is now I wont have a custom almost one of a kind crankset which has BIGFELLOW ingraved...
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by BikeTech

To Ted, "The Wolf" and the boys at Zero Gravity. Thank you! I am lost for words with this amazing gesture. The Tshirt will be worn with great pride :)

I sincerely hope you will continue to work on the crank project when you have the time.

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I got my brakes from ZG... Christmas just came early!!!

And here's a photo to keep ya boys happy...

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Sweet :shock:

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by cyclemanpat

got mine today also......thanks ted, you ROCK 8)
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by nikh

He gave us brakes :shock:

Right on Ted :thumbup:
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I'd love to have a proto crankset as a paperweight for my desk at work. Maybe it didn't work out for bike purposes, but it sure is a nice piece of CNC eye candy!!! 8)

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DC41 wrote:So now that all you lucky ones have extra sets of ZGs laying around, I can expect to see some deals posted on the For Sale board, right? :wink:


Nope- My second set will be used as enjoyed as much as my first pair. After the excellent customer service I have received on my first set (third year of running Zero g's) , I didn't think my opinion could be higher- I was wrong!

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Coolhand wrote:
DC41 wrote:So now that all you lucky ones have extra sets of ZGs laying around, I can expect to see some deals posted on the For Sale board, right? :wink:


Nope- My second set will be used as enjoyed as much as my first pair. After the excellent customer service I have received on my first set (third year of running Zero g's) , I didn't think my opinion could be higher- I was wrong!

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