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Not since composites and carbon fibre. Motobecane and Gitane WERE very good bike makers. Vitus made really good frames and Mavic makes good components. But when the Japanese started bringing in Shimano Dura-Ace and Klein started the big tube aluminum bikes [18 pounds and no flex] much of the european bikes started fading. Add Carbon and the Chrome Moly frame bikes are down to collectors [I have a very nice Cinelli Super Corsa with full Campy Record components, only 12,000 miles]
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Bike looks good under your Taint, Pauli Girl.
I was unaware that girls really have a vast expanse of "taint" or enough to really hide a bike under. I mean, its more like a point, and once kind of greased up in the normal course of events acts more like a flow splitter to catch missiles impacting in the general region and funnel them to the vagina instead of the anus unless you get on the other side of it and then, well, shit happens if you are really working up a sweat. Just my observation.

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Not since composites and carbon fibre. Motobecane and Gitane WERE very good bike makers. Vitus made really good frames and Mavic makes good components. But when the Japanese started bringing in Shimano Dura-Ace and Klein started the big tube aluminum bikes [18 pounds and no flex] much of the european bikes started fading. Add Carbon and the Chrome Moly frame bikes are down to collectors [I have a very nice Cinelli Super Corsa with full Campy Record components, only 12,000 miles]
I had an 80's Schwinn 12 spd that I bought new and paid for with newspaper route money. That lovely old bike must have had at least 3k or 5k mi on it before some worker stole it and two others during my last move. If I could find that fucker I would rip off his head and shit down his MF neck. Not really. I would just cap him in both knees.
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I was unaware that girls really have a vast expanse of "taint" or enough to really hide a bike under. I mean, its more like a point, and once kind of greased up in the normal course of events acts more like a flow splitter to catch missiles impacting in the general region and funnel them to the vagina instead of the anus unless you get on the other side of it and then, well, shit happens if you are really working up a sweat. Just my observation.

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Yes and you can always tell the missiles point of impact by either hearing a soulful, "Ooooh....yeah" or a curt "NYAAAAA ACCCKKK!!!" usually followed by the woman scurrying up the mattress with nails embedded like a squirrel to a tree after mistaking a lit M80 for a Brazil nut.

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Yes and you can always tell the missiles point of impact by either hearing a soulful, "Ooooh....yeah" or a curt "NYAAAAA ACCCKKK!!!" usually followed by the woman scurrying up the mattress with nails embedded like a squirrel to a tree after mistaking a lit M80 for a Brazil nut.
...You have ample experience with hits and misses or you're just a keen porn flick observer.

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Yes and you can always tell the missiles point of impact by either hearing a soulful, "Ooooh....yeah" or a curt "NYAAAAA ACCCKKK!!!" usually followed by the woman scurrying up the mattress with nails embedded like a squirrel to a tree after mistaking a lit M80 for a Brazil nut.
To try to drag this back on the original thread's topic, I wonder if that German legislator babe on the bike has an opinion on missile impacts on either side of her taint, or, if she advocates active control of her taint to absorb missile impacts where she wants them? Might be an interesting question to pose at a German press conference....

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Not since composites and carbon fibre. Motobecane and Gitane WERE very good bike makers. Vitus made really good frames and Mavic makes good components. But when the Japanese started bringing in Shimano Dura-Ace and Klein started the big tube aluminum bikes [18 pounds and no flex] much of the european bikes started fading. Add Carbon and the Chrome Moly frame bikes are down to collectors [I have a very nice Cinelli Super Corsa with full Campy Record components, only 12,000 miles]
Bianchi used to make a good frame, as did Peugeot. I used to have one with fixed gear, for velodrome racing.
As a teenager on Holliday in San Remo, I cycled by the Campagnolo store every second day.
The factory & store are named after the small Town between San Remo and the Monegasse border.
I had met two Italian professional cyclists, who invited me to join them on their every other day cycling tour from San Remo to Nice, where we would have breakfast, and back. It was a great experience.
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Why do those people on their fancy bicycles have to dress like aliens from an underfunded planet?

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Bianchi used to make a good frame, as did Peugot. I used to have one with fixed gear, for velodrome racing.
As a teenager on Holliday in San Remo, I cycled by the Campagnolo store every second day.
The factory & store are named after the small Town between San Remo and the Monegasse border.
I had met two Italian professional cyclists, who invited me to join them on their every other day cycling tour from San Remo to Nice, where we would have breakfast, and back. It was a great experience.
You are the most civilized (civilised/UK) person I have ever encountered...if posting on the same forum counts as encountering.

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