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Old 09-21-10, 11:41 AM
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Looks like I will be getting a Cinelli frameset Show us your Cinelli rigs...I need some ideas
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Old 09-21-10, 11:47 AM
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Rig = Mountain Bike in my head. You're in the wrong forum.
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Originally Posted by bosoxmrkn View Post
Rig = Mountain Bike in my head. You're in the wrong forum.
Thanks for that awesome insight and your wonderful contribution. English is not my first language and it is obvious that I still have challenges using the proper terms according to your liking. Now, do you ride a Cinelli?
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Originally Posted by tagaproject6 View Post
Thanks for that awesome insight and your wonderful contribution. English is not my first language and it is obvious that I still have challenges using the proper terms according to your liking. Now, do you ride a Cinelli?
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Old 09-21-10, 01:11 PM
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Originally Posted by tagaproject6 View Post
Thanks for that awesome insight and your wonderful contribution. English is not my first language and it is obvious that I still have challenges using the proper terms according to your liking. Now, do you ride a Cinelli?
I am sorry I offended you. This is the road forum, I was giving you a proper welcome. Seems like you have a good mastery of English from this end. Your grammar and lack of contractions (more proper to avoid contractions as you did) show you already have a step up on some of those who speak only English. I wasn't poking fun at you, more poking fun at our Mountain and Trail riding brethren, in a fun and very non-serious manner.
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No offense taken...it is difficult to judge intent without the cues. I just responded in kind. As you stated, this is the road forum and thick skin is a requirement. Back on topic.

Cinelli...show time!
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Originally Posted by bosoxmrkn View Post
Rig = Mountain Bike in my head. You're in the wrong forum.
The entire 33 subforum disagrees with you.

https://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...w-me-your-bike!
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which frame are you getting?
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The Xperience.
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Originally Posted by hao View Post
The entire 33 subforum disagrees with you.

https://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...w-me-your-bike!
https://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...&highlight=Rig
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You might shop around for other Columbus Zonal frames to get some idea of what the spread is. Some of the Bottecchias on Ebay have Zonal, which I have, and the higher spec Columbus Airplane tubing, such that you can nearly buy a whole bike for just the cost of a new Xperience frame.

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I already ordered the Cinelli. Just trying to get ideas on the build.
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