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    Default Re: Gaulzetti Cicli

    Those are lovely ISP toppers - I have one as a spare for my Baum, so nicely finished.

    That must make the Corsa ISP a 34.9mm, right?

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    Default Re: Gaulzetti Cicli

    That's right.

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    Default Re: Gaulzetti Cicli

    Quote Originally Posted by EmbroJames View Post
    We're going to start offering these guys with the Corsa and Chunder framesets. They offer more vertical adjustment and 14mm of offset, which is about 10mm less than on the stock Deda topper we've been using. Small up-charge when purchased with a frameset due to the higher cost of landing them in country. We'll also be selling them aftermarket as well.

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    Glad to hear someone will be selling them. I tried buying one with 27mm setback for a while before I gave up. Then I gave up on my ISP frame, but that is another story.
     

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    Tried sourcing one of those with no luck. I really, really like the look and prefer that type of cradle.

    Cost?

    I fuckin love my bike.
     

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    Good call on the PMP option. That is a classy topper.
     

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    They're a $50 up-charge option with a frameset purchase and we'll sell them aftermarket for an as-yet unknown price. Need to see how much we get hit by duties and taxes for bringing these guys in. Based on this reaction here, we may consider just adding this topper as the stock option... will post up a link when we have them for sale.

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    Can the Corsa be ordered without an ISP ?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    Can the Corsa be ordered without an ISP ?
    Yes, they can.
    Auk's words to live by:
    Blow up and pin a picture of M. Bartoli on your wall. When you achieve that position, stop. Until then, stretch, ride, stretch, ride, eat less, and ride more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    Can the Corsa be ordered without an ISP ?
    or you can remove it at home!
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by velobran View Post
    Yes, they can.
    Hummm.I was trying to narrow down the field but I guess not.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    or you can remove it at home!
    You should see me with a saw before saying that.
     

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    Craig, how would you describe the differences between a Corsa and a Love #3 ?

    Things I can see:

    Tubing: Deda vs Columbus (?)
    BB: PF30 vs Italian
    HS: integrated vs Std

    You must have ridden both, similar? Different ?

    Thanks
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    Craig, how would you describe the differences between a Corsa and a Love #3 ?

    Things I can see:

    Tubing: Deda vs Columbus (?)
    BB: PF30 vs Italian
    HS: integrated vs Std

    You must have ridden both, similar? Different ?

    Thanks
    the love#3 is a great bike. my bikes i think are a bit quicker feeling, tend to feel a little bit lower and a bit more solid especially when cornering hard seated due to the isp-at least in my size. i (gulp) like my bikes more. ask justin for an unbiased review. he raced on loves with nerac and has owned corsas too.
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

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    Rode the Love 3 not long ago and I have a ton of time on the Corsa. They're similar. I couldn't get the Peg to fit properly so I always felt like I was riding a low-rider. Corsa feels smoother and I prefer the front end feeling / handling but that could be due to aforementioned fit issues. Love 3 was a lot of fun, though. It was a good balance of high-strung feel with predictable front end handling. One thing that was notable and may be an issue on the Love is how little clearance there is anywhere on that bike - 23 tire barely fits in most places on the rear triangle. I find that a bit limiting especially up here in the bleak-ass north where I want a wider tire for most of my riding.

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    thanks guys.
     

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    Default Re: Gaulzetti Cicli

    Jerk, I corresponded with you many years ago on the Serotta forum. I am glad that you haven't changed.

    I would like to offer a suggestion regarding a model name: "Puttana". If you grew up hearing "Cazzo" around your house (like I did, especially at mio nonno's), you heard "puttana"
    To make it sound, you know, classy, you could call it "Puttana di Strada"
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyT View Post
    Jerk, I corresponded with you many years ago on the Serotta forum. I am glad that you haven't changed.

    I would like to offer a suggestion regarding a model name: "Puttana". If you grew up hearing "Cazzo" around your house (like I did, especially at mio nonno's), you heard "puttana"
    To make it sound, you know, classy, you could call it "Puttana di Strada"
    it wouldn't be fappropriate to name a bicycle after every one of the girlfriends i ever brought by my late great noni's house would it? funny how she gave them all the same nic name......
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

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    That's too funny jerk. I can even picture the scene.
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    Default Re: Gaulzetti Cicli

    Made myself chuckle posting this earlier - so childish...

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    Prior to me meeting my wife, I was at my nonna's house having coffee and her homemade biscotti.
    You see, after my nonno died, I would meet my nonna for lunch every Friday and would take her to Mass on Sunday.
    She sits me down at the table and says to me: "Just because I am old, doesn't mean I don't know what you do every weekend. I think you have sowed your oats enough. It is time you settled down. Find a nice girl. Stop messing around with all of these puttanas."

    A very sobering moment.

    If you can't name the next model after our old girlfriends (hopefully we didn't swim in the same pool), you can always go with "Puttanesca".
    After all, your bikes are rather "saucy".

    And as they say on the street: "Nahmeen?" (translation: You know what I mean?)
     

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