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Old 06-06-20, 05:26 PM
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Originally Posted by P!N20 View Post
I thought the Campione Del Mondos were the deepest?
You're right, the 66 is deep. Nice and deep. And should be considered their deepest road bars, because the even deeper model 65 Criterium should only be considered for track. It would be interesting to hear from someone that prefers the 65 as a road bar.
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Old 06-06-20, 05:26 PM
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If you're looking to own one yourself:

boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bik/d/framingham-ciocc-mockba-80/7137072050.html
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Old 06-06-20, 06:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Rdrett View Post
I wanted to show you my bike.
I installed campagnolo bar end shifters, brake calipers, brake and shift cables, aero brake levers. Brooks saddle and saddle bag. Michelin tires, lezyne mega drive 1800i smart front light and lezyne smart rear light. MKS sylvan touring next pedals. SUZU Bell.

One thing I wanna say about the campagnolo bar end shifters. I was worried after doing some research saying that the suntour bar end shifters were better but I love the campagnolo shifters. They are a lot smoother than the suntour. I bought a set of suntour shifters just in case I didnít like campagnolo but I think I will keep the campagnolo. Donít know why the campagnolo got such a bad rap.

Please donít make fun of me for the flat pedals I prefer them.






Sweet job. I am not making fun of the pedals. I have a hard time keeping my feet in place on pedals without toe clips, when I'm putting effort in. Couple of years ago I started using Christophe "mini"s on my "around town" bike. Think of the front half of a toe clip, w/no strap to release.

Similar to driving a convertible with the windows up I guess, and doesn't bother me, even a little, now.
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Originally Posted by liquid_liquid View Post
If you're looking to own one yourself:

boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bik/d/framingham-ciocc-mockba-80/7137072050.html
That's a very pretty bike too.
Thank goodness it's not a screaming deal.... plus, still self-quarantining... (near Grail status for me).
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Black Beauty! I like the Criterium bars--with bar ends, what's not to like. And you have a stem that grabs em just right. I had a matched pair like that. It is now on my son's Ironman but I'm gonna get them back when I can put together a fat tire SS for him.
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