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    please contribute to the LARGER KEYPAD FOR JERK fund atmo.
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    craig

    its a pleasure to have your knowledge here on V and this smoked out is off to a blazing start.

    ive had the pleasure of putting a bunch of miles on one of your bikes and its completely different than others i've had in the same material. whatever you're doing is working. your bikes fucking rule.

    thnx.
     

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    My short list of bikes I covet

    Speedvagen
    Zank
    'Zetti


    What do you see for the future of the zetti line of bikes?
     

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    craig my corsa is the best damn bike I've ever thrown a leg over--Thanks.

    Are their plans for more offerings? I'm thinking the corsa tubeset would make a hellova cross frame...
    laughter has no foreign accent.

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    You wrote:

    "“Writers are really people who write books not because they are poor, but because they are dissatisfied with the books which they could buy but do not like. “

    Edit: And then I wrote a beautifully crafted reason why I don't agree with you but after a few minutes I realized why you say writers are dissatisfied with what they could read. The writers I know are, first, readers. They write because they have something to say, a new idea or an old one in their own way.
     

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    dc / nato / un / corp board room / concord with david henry .... all socks fit ..
    best of all -- a friend & a skilled craftsman of tonque and quill - with a major in Metal ..

    my question: what is your most difficult hurdle/s in creating a frame/fork -- like to know what the other side of the "milky way" is like, know ya been there ..

    ronnie
     

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    Jason and tj- thanks for the props. to answer your questions about what's next, the most exciting thing coming is the new cross frame. it's based on the corsa but with a few tweaks. look for it to be formally introduced at the providence cross festival. it'll drive good.

    overall I'm really happy with the line-up as it stands. there will probably be a running change to a new drop-out design and the future corsas are going to press-fit 30 instead of bb30.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron l edmiston View Post
    dc / nato / un / corp board room / concord with david henry .... all socks fit ..
    best of all -- a friend & a skilled craftsman of tonque and quill - with a major in Metal ..

    my question: what is your most difficult hurdle/s in creating a frame/fork -- like to know what the other side of the "milky way" is like, know ya been there ..

    ronnie
    ronnie- thank you my friend! the most difficult thing for me regarding creating a frame/fork? hmmm. I like making stuff but I don't weld aluminum that well, my brazing skills are allright but not up to the standards I demand, and what nic does with carbon is something I just can't do. in terms of designing tubesets, coming up with designs etc. the toughest thing is honestly selling and promoting the bikes. thankfully, I've got a great partner in Justin spinelli. he believes in the product- drives the logistics and lets me focus on making the best race bikes I can.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    please contribute to the LARGER KEYPAD FOR JERK fund atmo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    <snip>... future corsas are going to press-fit 30 instead of bb30.
    When is this going to happen?
     

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    this man's expression is the very definition of erudite with respect to both cycling and prose

    cheers to the continued success of Gaulzetti Cicli
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by cs124 View Post
    When is this going to happen?
    all future corsas will have it.

    thanks!
    craig
     

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    craig

    how has your life changed since, well - yesterday atmo?

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    How many frames have been produced thus far? Why did you only do a 60mm extension on the issimo? What bike wheelies the best?

    When I bought the Pegoretti a month ago the only other frame on the short list at that point was an issimo. I truly mean it as a compliment that I hold the thought of your frame designs on the same level as Darios and haven't ever seen one in person.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    craig

    how has your life changed since, well - yesterday atmo?
    my already vastly over inflated ego is suffering from elefantitis.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by anomaly View Post
    How many frames have been produced thus far? Why did you only do a 60mm extension on the issimo? What bike wheelies the best?

    When I bought the Pegoretti a month ago the only other frame on the short list at that point was an issimo. I truly mean it as a compliment that I hold the thought of your frame designs on the same level as Darios and haven't ever seen one in person.
    hi anomaly-
    dario is an inspiration and a friend and having my bikes and his sharing the same paragraph is a little crazy to me, but appreciated!. the seat tube extension on the issimo isn't an isp- it's there to support the seatpost and make sure that there is not too much exposed seatpost especially in the larger sizes. i think it adds to the solid feel of thew bike when cornering hard in the saddle.

    the bike that wheelies the best is corsa. all the other bikes are designed to wheelie the same though.
     

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    frame numbers- we'd like to do 150 to 200 pieces a year at this point. there are 30-40 out there right now.

    thanks!
    craig
     

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    As someone who is lucky enough to have a Corsa and a Titanio, let me say thanks. I have ridden/owned most things out there and there are very few bikes that feel so right.
    Of course it helps that the long/low option is a perfect fit for me. Keep up the good work
     

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    Craig,

    Looking back at this point, is there anything you would have done different in regards to Zetti bikes?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ View Post
    Craig,

    Looking back at this point, is there anything you would have done different in regards to Zetti bikes?
    good question. honestly, i would have partnered with a dealer/distributor earlier. working with justin has made things a lot easier. in regards to design, i would have made the chainstays just a little bit longer on the first embrocation team bikes. they rode perfectly, but given the size of my seat tube and a mistake i made blueprinting my drop-out, clearances in the back of those first bikes were a little tight.
     

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