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Colnago Dream Pista

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'04 Colnago Dream Pista

Cinelli Integralter

Colnago Flash, FSA (soon to be replaced)

Campy 32h HF Sheriff star/deep V

Campy 36h HF Sheriff star/deep V

Campagnolo record

Fizik Arione, CF post


Insane geometry eBay special street beater

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What the fuck is this Raleigh doing up instead of my bike? LOL! Havent been here in years and this is what I see.

what up

if that fork is a inch threadless?

you should sell it to me!

name a price!


did you

polish those crank arms?

not at all.

not at all.



Street beater? Campy

Street beater? Campy record? Ha ha. I hope you're kidding.

I do ride this on the street

I do ride this on the street in Chicago almost everyday (she should/soon will be on the track) but the "beater" part was a joke. I went broke building this and owe my brothers a lot of favors. I locked it up this past week for less than 30 minutes and I was so worried I couldnt sit still.


do my eyes deceive me because of the sand parking job, or is that front wheel a smaller diameter (650)? beautiful bike.

the wheels are both 700's.

the wheels are both 700's. it appears like the front is a 650 because the bike isnt leaning flat on the perch, the front tire is probably a few inches further back. also, I wasnt centered in the middle of the bike when I shot this, I was back toward the rear wheel. the pic of the old set up (the Ellipses) shows it better.

does that bike use a 1 1/8 or 1 in fork

i am planning on getting the same bike and i was wondering about the fork sz


Been a looooong while since Ive been on here. Its 1"


is the integralter an inch or 1 1/8?


Integralters and Alters are for 1" forks.

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