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Old 11-24-08, 09:44 AM   #1
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What exactly is a pista?

I see numerous bike manufacturers sell what they call a "pista". What exactly does pista mean, or what is a pista? Thanks

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Pista is the Italian word for 'track'.
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Pista is the Italian word for 'track'.
Well there you have it! Thanks very much.

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Pista is the Italian word for 'track'.
Also in Spanish.

In French it's piste
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Now the real question: what's the Italian word for 'tarck'?
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Now the real question: what's the Italian word for 'tarck'?
Italiano = tarck
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I think in Spanish it's pistolo

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Pista is commonly used in Latin America for a limited access highway as well. As in Autopista, or just pista for short.
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