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    Default Gaulzetti

    here are some better shots.
    see, it is real!
    check out those caterpillar welds.
    shaved caterpillars, of course.

    i have to get some shots of the chainstays. they're rectangular and beefy.
    they look like something that might have been confiscated in a prison workshop. and i mean that in the best possible way.

    ps - the color on the brake bridge is off in the photo. it's actually the same blue as in the other shots.
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    Nice! I really would love to read a ride report. Get that badboy built up soon! You've had it more than a day now! Time's awasting!
    La Cheeserie!

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    So hot. Actually I like the red Fulcrums on it too. Also can't wait to hear your impressions...
    "In the old days when people invented a new function they had something useful in mind."

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    Love the bike! Can't wait to see final build! Ditch the fulcrums they look like crap.

    Mike

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    yer stem's too short--just kidding, that bike is perfect. I'm gonna get one myself.

    p.s. +1 on the Fulcrums--search Archi's comment on the team bikes with those wheels. I always picture Jerks bikes with Carbone's.
    laughter has no foreign accent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by musgravecycles View Post
    yer stem's too short--just kidding, that bike is perfect. I'm gonna get one myself.

    p.s. +1 on the Fulcrums--search Archi's comment on the team bikes with those wheels. I always picture Jerks bikes with Carbone's.
    so correct. after u setup urs i'll do the same

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    here is my bike, built and ready to go.
    unfortunately, it was raining and i have tendonitis so the maiden voyage will be next weekend.
    the bike looks very purposeful, the downtube is scary fat.
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    Damn those are good looking.

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    Those welds are unbelievable. The chain stay bridge weld is out of this world good. That thing just looks fast!
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    Looks great, enjoy!
    Hopefully your next fast-pace ride will be soon.

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    I dig!
    "make the break"

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    geezus. that is crazy hot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by david View Post
    here is my bike, built and ready to go.
    unfortunately, it was raining and i have tendonitis so the maiden voyage will be next weekend.
    the bike looks very purposeful, the downtube is scary fat.
    yo david

    come to greenwich so i can ride that. i bet its fucking killer

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    Looks great, enjoy! Please give a ride report!

    Mike

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    Thumbs up

    Nice build. Looks killer.

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    I know the phrase "looks fast standing still" is overused but man.... can't find better words to describe your bike. I hope the weather and your heath improve to the point that you can rip it up very soon.

    Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenCT View Post
    yo david

    come to greenwich so i can ride that. i bet its fucking killer
    unfortunately, you ride a larger bike than i do.
    otherwise, i would have broken into your home and stolen most of your bikes by now.
    david corr

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    Quote Originally Posted by david View Post
    unfortunately, you ride a larger bike than i do.
    otherwise, i would have broken into your home and stolen most of your bikes by now.
    looks great. what size is it?

    has anyone ordered the pink / brown? i am interested to see that.

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    I've got a roll of Pink Cinelli cork I'll give to the first person to post pics of a brown/pink one.
    laughter has no foreign accent.

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    Even suffering from pink bottles, the Rooster will kick your ass.

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