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    Senior Member cbresciani's Avatar
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    Pinarello Track Bike

    I just finished taking some pictures of my Pinarello Track Bike. This bike isn't in as good of shape as my Pogliaghi but it still looks pretty good. It's all original just like my Pog except for the wheelsets, unfortunately when this bike was shipped to me the front wheel that was sent is not the right one. I had promised to get these up so here they are, enjoy!

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    Two aces in your deck, no doubt.

    Very pretty bike.

    I'd love to ride it on our Velodrome.

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    Senior Member cbresciani's Avatar
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    Both were really fun to ride on the Velodrome. The other thing I like about this bike is the Gipiemme components, maybe not worth as much as Campy parts but still great quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbresciani View Post
    Both were really fun to ride on the Velodrome. The other thing I like about this bike is the Gipiemme components, maybe not worth as much as Campy parts but still great quality.
    Agreed.

    Used to see lots of them at the track when it first opened.

    Wear 'em out and throw them away.

    Chains, tires, and wheels were the major consumables.

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    Cool fixie bro just kidding. Great pair of bikes.
    Pass the Dutchie on the non-drive side.
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    Senior Member cbresciani's Avatar
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    Thanks!, Yeah I'm thinking about drilling some holes in the fork crown so I can mount a brake!

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    Dont bother with brakes. Install riser bars and rip the pink grips of your little nieces 3-wheeler and install a bright neon "NJS" saddle. And don't forget the bmx pedals with some orthopedic wristbands as toeclips.
    Last edited by Italuminium; 07-17-11 at 03:22 PM. Reason: forgot pic :)
    Pass the Dutchie on the non-drive side.
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