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Old 02-15-10, 05:55 PM
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I cleaned it up, I have my wife's fancy new camera and the snow makes for a nice white backdrop. Many, many more pictures here, http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/v/...nelli+Model+B/





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Old 02-15-10, 06:09 PM
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Is that what you use to trash around on during the winter in Chicago?
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Man, that really brings out the old bike lust......

Beauty!
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very nice looking bike. that Zeus tire holder is very cool
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Three cheers for tubulars.
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Originally Posted by auchencrow View Post
Is that what you use to trash around on during the winter in Chicago?
No. I don't need the cycling gods to smite me.
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very nice looking bike. that Zeus tire holder is very cool
Thank you, and actually, it is a Vittoria.
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Very nice sir. Sorry about the snowy weather.
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That is a beauty. Have you ridden it? It must fly. Wonderful understated fastback, and a really sensitive presentation on your part. Thanks for showing it!
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That is a beauty. Have you ridden it? It must fly. Wonderful understated fastback, and a really sensitive presentation on your part. Thanks for showing it!
I have had this bike for several years. It took me a while to find the 110 mm stem, before I had an 85, too short. In theory, I should fit better.
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