Ciao bella

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Just got this beauty the other day, I had to have it, but it’s not my size.
Superbe year, it’s from 1973, in mint condition and got nice parts, aaahhrrrgghnnnn…

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  1. Janosch says:

    Drooool! So nice, what size?

    Hi Janosch
    Seattube is 55cm c-c, Dura Ace shifters, Crane derailleur, Cranks are Bianchi pantographed, Selle saddle, Galli brakelevers… Frame is in collectors condition, almost perfect, dont really want to let it go, maybe I will get shoes like Prince or Bogart!?
    http://i497.photobucket.com/albums/rr337/val34prince/17e3ee0b0b-2.jpg

  2. forex robot says:

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Nice!


We like Brooklyn more though…

courier mondays…


Respect the bicycle courier… Not only on mondays! Ooooops rewind… It’s on, DHL does bicycle deliveries now, the end in NYC for loooots of couriers! Damn!!!

Go for a ride!


And do a trick! Hair whip by Terry

Do a trick!


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‘Make It Happen’ is a global BMX project by rider Greg Illingworth, filmer Will Evans and photographer George Marshall. Over 14 months Greg travelled the globe with a hand picked group of the world’s best riders. They all shared one simple idea – explore, ride, document. Destinations: China, Argentina, South Africa Riders: Greg Illingworth, Gary Young, Tammy Mccarley, Brian Kachinsky, Ed Zunda, Josh Harrington, Kevin Kalkoff, Paul Ryan, Ben Hennon, Matt Priest, Matthias Dandois and Maxime Charveron. The Make It Happen book and video are the culmination of their travels. Book by George Marshall Film by Will Evans Project management by Greg Illingworth Logo design by Rob Loeber Make It Happen is supported by: Vans, Mongoose, Monster Energy, Snafu, The Albion and Fox. makeithappenvideo.com

art fridays…


Recently, a drawing of a bicycle thought to have originated from the studio of Leonardo da Vinci is now considered a hoax. This drawing was believed to be by Giacomo Caprotti (c. 1493), a pupil of Leonardo. Only the two circles are originally from the Codex Atlanticus, on the verso of sheet 133. Via

Rental bikes!


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female thursdays…


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Forst Brandenburg, this weekend!

cargo wednesdays…


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Jenaustens!


courier mondays..


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