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Colnago track/pursuit 1988 polish olympic frame on zipp

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colnago pursuit, 56cm, 1988

3ttt hinged, deda track bars

colnago precisa red detailing, c-record pista

phil wood, zipp 440, gatorskin tubular

phil wood, zipp 440, gatorskin tubular

record pista 49t, record pista

selle italia flite, c-record aero

record track, izumi toughness

49/18

this would be great ...

with the original 650c fork ...

"my baby. I take her to the

"my baby. I take her to the track for private sessions if you know what I mean..."

...you ride round in circles?

amazing

beautiful bike man i would love to have this

nice.

super nice build. always loved pursuit frames...

With 49/18, you'd always be

With 49/18, you'd always be left behind.

;)

I agree

I agree

says the guy riding a

says the guy riding a bmx.
how would 49-18 be left behind?

So quick to judge how many

So quick to judge how many bikes I own off of a website.

so quick to judge anyone

so quick to judge anyone whos first impression of this amazing bike is, 'youll be left behind.'

"I take her to the track for

"I take her to the track for private sessions if you know what I mean..."

The phrase in question.
Riding a 49/18 gear ratio in any sort of race would be laughable at the Velodrome.
I am just poking fun at the user's bicycle being built for speed with carbon wheels and
talking about "private sessions" on the track with a very supple and mild gear ratio.

cos

cos most ppl run higher than 72GI on the track

he keeps his gearing low

so he can always be "pursuing" people

+1

Yes, pursuit is best accomplished from behind, if you know what I mean.

"Yes, pursuit is best accomplished from behind, if you know..."

LMFAO - I know I'm late to this party - but this most clever response is very Mark Twain'ish

nice one

nice one.



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