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    Quote Originally Posted by musgravecycles View Post
    Latest iteration.

    A year on this bike still makes me smile every time I throw a leg over it.

    P.S. Don't tell Too Tall, or I'll be excommunicated, but the HED clinchers are fantastic.

    * for clinchers ;-)
    looks rad jason - no more concor? The flite saddle looks sleeker for shur. Do you still ride the black beast at all? Need your thoughts re stiffness your std dia steel racer to this beast.

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    no dice on the concor. i was a big fan of the mk1 Flites, this one apears to be very similar but i don't have enough time on it yet.

    black bike now belongs to a former student and pal. i've got a new steel frame that's been waiting on paint for 14 months now (graphics!!). funnily enough the geo is within 2mm of the corsa in every single dimension. need to get that thing built up - would be a great comparison. craig's got the corsa absolutely dialed though. rock solid - but not at all harsh. it is the standard by which all others are judged imho.
    laughter has no foreign accent.

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    chocolate in the sun

    thread needed a bump and a new photo
     

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    Gaulzetti Corsa, Hollowgram SRM, tubulars box-rims, shallow bars... what else

    Deserves a better photo but color looks good!
     

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    Wow...chocolate, huh. Never thought I'd dig a brown...well, anything, really. But that bike looks hot.
     

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    Chocolate and pink, correct? Really liked that color scheme/option.
     

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    Here are pics of my Corsa with Di2. Most of you have seen pictures from NAHBS.
    Just phenomenal performance. Love the way it handles.
    I am continually amazed at how solid and comfortable the bike is
    Attached Images Attached Images
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryun View Post
    Here are pics of my Corsa with Di2. Most of you have seen pictures from NAHBS.
    Just phenomenal performance. Love the way it handles.
    I am continually amazed at how solid and comfortable the bike is
    wow, that is sumthing else. Love the Zetti's, and that's the best spot I've seen anybody put a battery IMHO. Beautiful Bike.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryun View Post
    Here are pics of my Corsa with Di2. Most of you have seen pictures from NAHBS.
    Just phenomenal performance. Love the way it handles.
    I am continually amazed at how solid and comfortable the bike is

    Can you explain the seat post/isp configuration you have going on there? How was it decided upon?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJN View Post
    Can you explain the seat post/isp configuration you have going on there? How was it decided upon?
    The Deda topper interferes with battery removal at this saddle height. There's a real seatpost in there incase a VSalon giant wants to throw in a 350mm post and ride it.

    Edit: I should have let Ryun answer - or Jerk - but I did it anyway.
    Last edited by Brandon White; 05-19-2011 at 04:13 PM. Reason: barging
     

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    Yup just as velobran said. Deda topper didnt real clear the battery at my seat height. The isp was slotted and uses a pmp post cut all the way down. Ended up being a touch lighter and now you can see all the "gaulzetti".
    Craig mentioned that most of the di2s may come this way

    Ryun
     

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    It would be interesting to see if a different topper (ala Ritchey) would have fixed the problem without the slotting/reaming.

    Jerk; you take a look at this? Might save you some labor/money/pain in the future.

    Killer bike though.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJN View Post
    It would be interesting to see if a different topper (ala Ritchey) would have fixed the problem without the slotting/reaming.

    Jerk; you take a look at this? Might save you some labor/money/pain in the future.

    Killer bike though.
    that ritchey mast sucks so we won't use it, although it wouldn't really have solved this issue. i think the solution i came up with for ryun's bike is elegant, light and looks the part.

    bigger bikes can still use the deda topper- but for most di2 corsas this set up makes sense both from a functional sense and an aesthetic one.

    thanks!
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    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

    www.summercycles.com

    www.gaulzetti.co

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    Man, that green Zetti makes me want to send my black one in for a respray.
     

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    Do all the zetti color schemes have that sparkly tint? Very nice!
     

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    What fork is on the green Di2 bike?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyindo View Post
    Do all the zetti color schemes have that sparkly tint? Very nice!
    just the green and the pink has the sparkles...but all our paint has a pearl tint to it. the guys at circle a do an incredible job mixing the paint for us and the colors are really amazing in person.

    craig
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

    www.summercycles.com

    www.gaulzetti.co

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    Quote Originally Posted by EDS View Post
    What fork is on the green Di2 bike?
    that is a deda fork.
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

    www.summercycles.com

    www.gaulzetti.co

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    Beautiful bike. Pictures will never do it justice, by the way. It is absolutely killer in person. I just ordered mine in the same fantastic color. Hi Craig!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryun View Post
    and now you can see all the "gaulzetti".
    My spider-sense was right. vanity plate motivation. Hey, I would have done the same!
    This just looks perfect in every way. Fantastic!
     

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