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    I'm not from Verona....I'm from Padova, which is in the same Region.....in my opinion "ciāvete" means literally "fuck off yourself"....regarding the paint of the frame (i own a Responsorium in Ciāvete paintscheme) it means that "whatever Dario does you have to accept it...and if you don't like it.....Ciāvete"!!!

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    So Dario, is there any chance you could be talked into gracing Friday Night Lights with some images? Preferably on a consistent basis:)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alberto View Post
    Hi guys,
    as my friend sdg71 said, somewhere in between the months of May and June 2012 Caldonazzo will host the second Pegoraduno, a friendly meeting where all Pegomaniacs are welcome. It doesn't matter if you have or not a Pego, the purpose of the event is to share some good time with nice people who love Dario's work... and italian red wine, of course.
    As many of you may know, Caldonazzo is surrounded by dozens of fantastic mountains, with steep climbs through woods, peaks, rivers... you can bet we'll gonna have a GREAT ride!
    If anyone is interested, I can give you all the details, including accomodation, etc..
    C'mon, join us! ;-)
    Cheers from sunny (and freezing) Italy!
    -A.-
    Dear Alberto..I'm very glad that we have a new "organizing commitee" for the '12 Pegoraduno (it means Pego Rallye I guess)...i hope that many people from v-salon will come to Caldonazzo....i know that many of you are not just around the corner from Italy.....but we will glad if everybody wants to come and join us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Round View Post
    Please , go ahead ! will be a pleasure to read your translation , I am sure that will be perfect , don't forget that you live in Verona .
    D
    I heard Ciavete meant "f*ck off".

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdg71 View Post
    I'm not from Verona....I'm from Padova, which is in the same Region.....in my opinion "ciāvete" means literally "fuck off yourself"....regarding the paint of the frame (i own a Responsorium in Ciāvete paintscheme) it means that "whatever Dario does you have to accept it...and if you don't like it.....Ciāvete"!!!
    I believe it refers to "f#*k off" cancer, no, Dario?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Round View Post
    it is true ,I'm lucky to be Andre papā , he's incredible, the next year he will be 18 years old and is almost 2 meters tall, he wants to be a chef and I'm happy about that ( nice dinner for the future), we have a wonderful relationship, we are now in the mid of a big discussion because he wants to buy a scooter but the problem is that he like a honda but ...... I prefer the Vespa, maybe i'm too old , is a long discussion sometimes very funny ....
    Ciao,

    It pleases me to hear that you and your family are well. As for the Vespa, I'm sure it's very nice, but Andrea should really have a proper bike, don't you think?



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    P.P.S. If you do ever leave Italy, you should move to Santa Cruz. You know you want to...
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    Quote Originally Posted by oaklee View Post
    Dear Dario,

    I am glad you stayed in Italy. A Pegoretti made in USA just doesn't sound right and will lose some of its appeal. It's like a Vespa made in Japan, would it not lose some of its character? But that's my selfish reason. I will probably still buy another Pegoretti even if it's made in USA but it's just a bit strange...

    Dario, you made such wonderful bikes to ride and just to look at! Riding my Pegoretti just makes me feel so happy and free. It's one brand that I have no hesitation recommending to bike lovers. Our group started with 2, now we have 7 within a year, and 7 more pending delivery in 2012 :) If you come to Singapore, we will be thrilled to meet you in person.

    cheers!
    king young
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    Ciao King ,
    is always a pleasure to see my frames rolling down the malaysian streets , hope one day to visit your country , we can drink something togheter.
    ciao
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    Quote Originally Posted by htono View Post
    Dario,

    My Mxxxxxo came with an Enve 45 mm rake fork.
    Bikyle sells your steel forks.
    Do you expect the frame to handle better with the steel?
    What differences in ride characteristics should be expected by switching?
    Why have you replaced many of your steel forks for carbon?

    Teo loves your painting and it is hung in my bedroom next to the bike.
    Colors match too.

    Henrique
    ciao Enrico,
    i think that is not a material war , sometimes on the forums seems there is something like a religion war , steel vs carbon or alu , the main question is that is possible to build a nice , well made and work good fork with the carbon and a really bad fork with the steel or reverse , everything depending by the idea , the quality of the building process , the craftmanship.
    Steel fork have an advantage that is the possibilities to build the fork with many different rakes and height very easily , carbon forks are more light and this can be an important point for many customers ,( not for me).
    un abbraccio
    d

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    Ciao Dario, Steve here - no questions for you I am happy to sit back and learn - thank you so very much for taking the time for everyone!
    I know I toil in the shadows of giants and your shadow is very large. Also, thank you for you work with steel. Gracie.
    Some day come out to see Sedona, the Grand Canyon & my mountains & rivers and the fishing and mexican food are on me.
    Or, we could meet in Baja.
    Your call.
    that's it. Thanks for everything.
    - Steve.
    Steve carissimo ,
    southwest is one of my favourite place to stay , and will be a great pleasure to visit you the next time that i will be in us , it is true that my shadow is large but just for my potbelly , maybe if i will stay in your place for a couple of week my shadow will be like more and more large , mexican food is always in my mind , nothing is better than a flavour burritos.
    And maybe we can drink some negra modelo or pacifico , fantastic beers.
    take care my friend
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Costello View Post
    Dario,

    Thank you for being here. I now want to add a few of your bikes to keep my Marcelo company!
    Ciao Greg ,
    thanks for your words , really happy that you enjoy your marcelo.
    take care
    d

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    Quote Originally Posted by edoz View Post
    So Dario, is there any chance you could be talked into gracing Friday Night Lights with some images? Preferably on a consistent basis:)
    Ciao Eric,
    i confess that i am not a great camera user but will be a pleasure to post some shoots from my workshop , sorry for my english but google translator don't want to help me about the meaning of consistent basis , please help me !!!
    take care
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    Dario, How do the tubes you use for the Marcelo differ from Columbus Nobium Spirit?
    How thin are the walls of the tubes that you use?
    What are the rear drop outs made from? (I noticed mine arent magnetic)
    Why dont you stamp your name into the BB shell anymore?
    Thanks

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    now i am a bit more yankee !! and i am happy !!
    Two days ago i destroyed my beloved mitshubishi space star agains a wall , trying to do Colin Mcrae trick driving on a snowy road , i found a nice used Dodge Nitro and can't wait for it !!!!
    sooooo excited !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by over-the-hill View Post
    Dario, How do the tubes you use for the Marcelo differ from Columbus Nobium Spirit?
    How thin are the walls of the tubes that you use?
    What are the rear drop outs made from? (I noticed mine arent magnetic)
    Why dont you stamp your name into the BB shell anymore?
    Thanks
    buongiorno,
    the alloy is the same , the design of my tubesets is not the same of the standard spirit tubes , Columbus made my tubes on my design and the tools necessary to drawing my tubesets are my propriety .
    i required for the Mxxxxxo the heat treatment of all the tubeset , the standard set is cold work stress relived.
    two different thickness , the butted part from .65 to .75 the middle part is 0.5.
    the dropouts are laser cutting from a 316 L stainless steel plate.
    i am not a great fan of the logo , was very popular in the past to write logos everywere , i prefer a minimal and discrete design .
    take care
    d

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    Quote Originally Posted by Round View Post
    ...meaning of consistent basis , please help me !!!
    Dario,

    Consistent basis = regularmente.

    Your frames are beautiful and your work and creativity are inspiring!

    Ciao,
    Robert

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkboyrob View Post
    Dario,

    Consistent basis = regularmente.

    Your frames are beautiful and your work and creativity are inspiring!

    Ciao,
    Robert
    cuai Robert.
    grazie mille
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    Quote Originally Posted by Round View Post
    Ciao Eric,
    i confess that i am not a great camera user but will be a pleasure to post some shoots from my workshop , sorry for my english but google translator don't want to help me about the meaning of consistent basis , please help me !!!
    take care
    d
    Glad to hear it si not only me that struggles with google translate ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Round View Post
    trying to do Colin Mcrae trick driving on a snowy road
    Looks more like Gigi Galli! :) Congrats on the new car/truck/Nitro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bontie View Post
    Glad to hear it si not only me that struggles with google translate ;-)
    ciao,
    bing is a little bit better in my opinion .
    take care
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    Quote Originally Posted by Round View Post
    Steve carissimo , mexican food is always in my mind , nothing is better than a flavour burritos.
    And maybe we can drink some negra modelo or pacifico , fantastic beers.
    take care my friend
    d
    Yes we shall. Two of my favourites as well, Negra is a fantastic beer. Mexico did well bringing the Germans in to set up the breweries, and all Mexican beer is brewed to German purity laws.
    Most people do not even know the scope of mexican food, it is like Thailand or Malaysia, crossroads of the word linking continents and taking the best for thiers - most don't know about corn fungus, squash flowers, green corn tamale..........
    But, I am thinking more basic, like wild trout tacos with three salsas, fresh beans, parbroiled rice, slaw with lime.........maybe a chili relleno on the side, eh? Maybe two?
    - Steve.
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