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Old 12-09-23, 10:52 PM
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Thank you for removing that temptation. I just sat here for the last hour researching late-'70s Tommasinis and looking at this frame over and over again...

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Thank you for removing that temptation. I just sat here for the last hour researching late-'70s Tommasinis and looking at this frame over and over again...

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In a surprise plot twist, I'm getting a head start on my 2024 bike resolutions. This one is coming to me.
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In a surprise plot twist, I'm getting a head start on my 2024 bike resolutions. This one is coming to me.
Congrats and enjoy! Beautiful frameset!
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
Congrats and enjoy! Beautiful frameset!
Thanks, man. Looking forward to finding out if this scratches the Italian itch. Hope so.
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Originally Posted by Sedgemop
Thanks, man. Looking forward to finding out if this scratches the Italian itch. Hope so.
Your first Italian?
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Your first Italian?
Yep. Finally getting around to them.
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Yep. Finally getting around to them.
They have an addictive mystique.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
They have an addictive mystique.
Been resisting for a long time. Way cheaper and less addictive to stick with Trek/Raleigh/Miyata. Got into French bikes a while back and figured Italians would be next. So, here we go.
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