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    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    viva l'evoluzione atmo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    Good read, Craig. Just so you know, as is probably the case with a lot of your clients, I bought one of your bikes and am considering a second because, in this order: 1) I wanted a great riding bike; and 2) I appreciate and feel at home with the ethic behind your company & design values as expressed (among other places) in your note re: NAHBS.
     

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    #pathos
     

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    Anyone have a contact for the guys at GCHQ? I'm having no luck with the info@ address.

    Thanks
     

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    no response, or are the e-mails bouncing back?
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    gaulzetti.co

    wait for it.....
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    we've been waiting, yo.

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    Introducing the Aerotack. www.gaulzetti.co
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    Just awesome.
     

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    "As an homage to the EPOdays of yore- I'd find the world's last remaining pair of 40cm ergonomic drop bars.....i think everyone who ever liked those handlebars in that shape and in that width is either dead of a drug overdose, works in the Schaerbeek mattress factory now and weighs 300 pounds or is Dr. Davey Bruylandts...who for all I know is doing both of those things." - Jerk

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    Woah. Lets talk about that carbon Omnidrome. Got any pics of that?

    Also, you really shouldn't have skimped on the Omnidrome build kits.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by defspace View Post
    Woah. Lets talk about that carbon Omnidrome. Got any pics of that?

    Also, you really shouldn't have skimped on the Omnidrome build kits.

    I hardly have a picture of an aluminum Omnidrome!

    We'll have detailed shots of one soon. It is the same basic shape as the Aerotack but obviously in geometry and a carbon lay-up suitable for the event and track it is designed for.
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    its not the new guy, but it is in season. i dig the dimensions on the back end of the ultraline, and im curious about what you decided to do on the front end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adriano View Post
    its not the new guy, but it is in season. i dig the dimensions on the back end of the ultraline, and im curious about what you decided to do on the front end.
    Hi Adriano:
    The pictured Ultraline is my bike and I used the dumb 44mm head tube so I could directly compare the ride quality of my steel MAX fork, to my tapered carbon fork, to the Pegoretti Falz fork without building two bikes. I don't think it looks terrible with the steel fork because those blades are pretty robust- but my conclusion for this bike is that the Falz fork and the steel fork best compliment the Ultraline and we're doing 1 1/8th headsets for these things going forward. Great question!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    Feel free to ask them over at the Gaulzetti Smoked Out thread and I'll answer anything and everything about my bikes.
    How does a 2017 Interclub differ from a, say, 2014 Corsa?
     

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    Whats the story on this one Craig?
    I posted it in the Gaulzetti re-up thread, looks to be alu but isnt the Interclub? Was this an experiment too?
     

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    Craig at one point I tgink you were talking about friction stir welding. Is that still happening?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    53EC40E4-BEA4-4735-A9F3-091F451985CE.jpeg

    What’s the story on this one Craig?
    I posted it in the Gaulzetti re-up thread, looks to be alu but isn’t the Interclub? Was this an experiment too?
    Isn’t that Morenog’s Interclub that’s currently listed in the classifieds?

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    Hi Bob:

    The Interclub is made out of a 6000 series aluminum while the Corsa was built out of a 7000 series tubeset. The new tubing requires a more complicated heat treatment process but does allow us to bring the weight down a bit and I think it also makes the bike ride even better. I can also offer internal cable routing with the new tubing- and I've changed the shape of the down tube slightly so that the miter/cope angle is better when using a 68mm threaded bottom bracket shell. I also designed a new drop out that I think is much nicer than the old ones we were using. Quick releases can be oriented properly, the hanger is a lot stiffer and identical in shape to the most common Trek hanger, and there is more real estate to weld to which makes the rear end a bit stiffer.

    If I were to build you two geometrically identical bikes- but one was a Corsa and one was an Interclub, the latter would be 100-200 grams lighter and a touch more torsionally rigid. I'm also using my own fork now- which makes the bike feel alot more planted when you're driving hard into a corner compared to the Enve I was using before. I think it does a better job at handling hitting a cobblestone at race speed too.

    The Interclub is an evolution of the Corsa but enough changed that I felt it warranted a new model name.
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

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