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which frame to buy.......

Old 03-17-08, 05:49 PM
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which frame to buy.......

.... cinelli supreacosa pista but in grayish blue




or

colnago master pista but in white with blue




damn both so nice .......but which one ........arrruuugh decisions....



you thought this was going to be a Mercier vs Bianchi pista question huh?
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Old 03-17-08, 05:51 PM
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Old 03-17-08, 05:53 PM
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Cinelli is good. I have the Olympic.
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yep I'd say cinelli, although it is a bit hard for me to picture the colnago in different colours.
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Old 03-17-08, 05:58 PM
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Colnago. Like to see pics though.
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from an aesthetics view, i'd go with the cinelli. which frame fits you the best? are they the exact same?
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very similar in size
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Colnago
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'nago, full vintage campy except with purple anodized sugino cranks and chrome HED3

real classy
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Originally Posted by freeskihp View Post
purple anodized sugino cranks and chrome HED3

real classy

every one know you do pink cranks with chrome hed3.
I'm gonna get some of that hvac chrome tape and start customizing my hed3 now
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can I call that trend right now?
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the cinelli is gorgeous
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cinelli based on appearence.
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ci
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What prices are you getting on those frames, if I may ask?
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why does that colnago frame look so weird to me? Is it the angle? Skewed proportions? Also why does it have something in the forks and what is it? Also those decals are obnoxious; does it really need to scream the brand name on every available surface? It may be the world's best frame for all I know but the whole thing annoys the hell out of me. Go Cinelli!
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Originally Posted by sniks View Post
very similar in size
cinelli all the way.
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Srsly how much is that Cinelli pista?

MSRP is 1200, but is that what it goes for?



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Does the Colnago come with the straight chromed front-fork? If so: Colnago.
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Old 03-18-08, 08:53 AM
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hey Sniks, how many bikes to you have? Several, right? I have a question for some of you guys who are constantly buying new frames. I'm just wondering what you will do... just ride this new one some of the time? Or do you always sell your old bikes and make each new bike your new main bike.

I have 2 bikes and I love them both but i really ride only 1 most of the time. Yet I still have the same compulsion to buy new frames all the time. I'm just wondering if anyone is ever finally happy with what they have. Or is there happiness in having a collection of bikes that gets bigger and bigger. Serious question. This is an issue for me, too. When are we simply happy and done buying? I want both of those frames!
 
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Hooters I've got 4, I breifly managed to get it from 7 down to 3, but then I found the Razesa and fell in love, so now I've got 4.I try to keep it so all my bikes are somewhat different from one another, otherwise one would make another similar bike redundant. I think 3 is the perfect number for me, but I can't find one to part with.

I tend to go through periods where I prefer one and the others get neglected for a while. Right now I've been riding the winter beater for too long, and I'm longing to ride one of the other three that share my bedroom, but I'm waiting for nicer weather, the salt is murder on bikes, and that's why it's nice to have one dedicated to salty slushy riding. In the summer the winter beater will be reserved for rainy days (fenders) and hauling stuff (racks). The fixed gear and the Razesa are the fun bikes I choose most often, leaving the fuji cross as the most neglected one of the bunch, but it's also my most practical bike for long rides, so I can't really part with it either.

On topic, I like the Cinelli, but I think it's mostly because I dig the green and chrome, and the decals are less obnoxious. From the pics the Nago appears to have shorter chainstays, which might make it a bit more fun to ride, but that could just be an optical illusion. If they really are very similar, I'd go with the cheaper one first, all else being equal, I'd go with the pretty one.
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Originally Posted by Iser@n View Post
Does the Colnago come with the straight chromed front-fork? If so: Colnago.
+3.5

although i love the pin-stripe on the cinelli seat-toob.
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Cinelli looks nicer to me because it has more vintage style while Colnago looks ugly and somehow very 90s-like. But these are just esthetics.

I would go for Cinelli personally.

But is this it; Keirin bikes are yesterday's news, now we all want Italian classic track bikes?
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