Stelbel pursuit

We got this Italian beauty the other day. Come over and check it out. Amazing work by Stelio Belletti, thanks for the hook up Andrea

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  1. scott Free says:

    Hey Slo-Mo ,that looks like it fits a big guy like me, wanna sell me that frame?

    • Slomo says:

      i can sell you the frame, of course mr.free, but we gotta take more than we would actually want too… soooo, how much are you willing to pay? hey, it is a stelbel, not just some colnago…

  2. Scott Free says:

    Hey Mo, hope your well, send me a line with your email. Got plans for 2012 to tell you about. I probably dont deserve the frame anyway. Better than Colnago?

  3. Kenji Keirin says:

    what’s the colnago hype all about anyway?

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