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PostPosted: Sat Aug 28, 2010 10:48 pm 
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I cant see the fuss about them. Sorry.


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There's a saying,......"There are two kinds of riders,...Those who ride Harley-Davidsons,...and those that wish they did"....
.....Apparently God rides a Colnago,......only on Sundays, though. :D


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Always had a soft spot for steel Colnagos ,they were/are well built innovative and look the part but bloody heavy


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Far Cry Toff wrote:
There's a saying,......"There are two kinds of riders,...Those who ride Harley-Davidsons,...and those that wish they did"....
.....Apparently God rides a Colnago,......only on Sundays, though. :D


In that case Im a non believer!


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Spokesmann wrote:
I cant see the fuss about them. Sorry.


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They're nice enough but I'd rather have a Pinarello, De Rosa or Bianchi for instance.


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PIGEON wrote:
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They're nice enough but I'd rather have a Pinarello, De Rosa or Bianchi for instance.


Id rather have a Carlton, Hetchins, Bates, Baines, Guillot etc... :wink:


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Preferred my De Rosa when the time came to choose....


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Preferred my De Rosa when the time came to choose....


Each to their own - w're all different which makes cycle ever more interesting! :D


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PIGEON wrote:
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They're nice enough but I'd rather have a Pinarello, De Rosa or Bianchi for instance.


not sure ... From a distance or to the untrained eye a base level bianchi with xenon looks the same as a £5k bianchi .... same colours,decals, trim etc. Pinarello are now going the same way. I'm not sure colnago or deRosa ever did this


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