Wednesday, 9 January 2008

I KNOW, I KNOW BUT...



alright guys... we all heard about it.
this rapper guy got a Vigorelli recently
blah blah blah but this is still a nice frame
[dislike the in-yer-face decals though]
Found this at this local Cinelli distributor.
So another email is out to check
the damage that will cost someone's paycheck.
Can I resist the temptation?
Yes I can 'cos I am f'kin' sure I can't afford it in anyways.
Hahaha...

-®-

10 comments:

Alex D said...

600 euro/900 usd here. it's affordable, so to say. despite mr. west, i'd still get this one over a bianchi pista concept, essp. because, afaik, you can't get a pista concept in europe! ;)

btw, i am not a fan of the italian-white scheme, either. it's aluminum, hence no regular sandblasting possible. so, giving this beauty a new color will probably cost more than a regular sandblast&paintjob action.

® said...
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ID Techniques said...

whatever the cost this frame is worth it!

® said...

Alex: 600euro...wow...but then again it's reachable.

id techniques: hey dude how's it going? been riding lately?

[e] said...

Consider the Condor Lavoro, tight as the cinelli. Saw Lavoro in flesh. Sexy as a vixen and light as paper (ok i lied bout the paper bit). Though the price will set you back to £600 rather than euro.

® said...

Bob Jackson!!!

ID Techniques said...

its going well. believe it or not i bought the cinelli and it rides like a dream. been riding it and really enjoying. may be the fastest bike ever ridden.

all the best dude!

® said...

what!?? man i guess i hate you now :D wait, don't tell me you sold the enemy? heard pursuit bikes are difficult to control/ride. any tips for me? ;)

enjoy your italian dream.

inFlite said...

"Consider the Condor Lavoro, tight as the cinelli. Saw Lavoro in flesh. Sexy as a vixen and light as paper (ok i lied bout the paper bit). Though the price will set you back to £600 rather than euro."

I've been looking for a Lavoro in the US recently. My labors have as of yet been quite unfruitful. Does anyone know anything about this? Are they only available in Europe? Do I have to talk to friends in London??

Any information possible would be most appreciated.

Thanks and CHEERS,

inFlite

[e] said...

I reckon you need to speak to your mates here in London. Im not sure where else wld hv stock the Lavoro. It's not the on the top wishlist for most fixed riders due to the price + carbon frame which is not very suitable for road / everyday trix use :S

Give Condor at Gray's Inn Road a call (www.condorcycles.com) and see if they can hook you up. They might not be the most "friendly" chaps but helpful.

Cheers ;)