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Old 07-18-2018, 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Spyerx View Post
Txuleta aka aged rib eye. Cooked proper and just with salt. Excellent. This one was only 500g. They had over 1kg. This was ďpequenoĒ
That was me last month in Tuscany. The smallest porterhouse was 1kg, and no one in my family likes steak as rare as I do, so had no one to split with. I ordered thinking I just won't finish it. Ate it all, and finished off my daughter's tenderloin.





In Italy, you have to have prosciutto (and gelato) every day, no shortage of options.



My favorite "street food" was a nice porchetta sandwich.....



....especially when it's presented like this.



And here are some ribs I smoked and then finished on the grill last week.




And to make sure I contribute something on the bike side, here is my new Dogma K10S. Loving it.

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Old 07-18-2018, 05:05 PM
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OMG all I want to do is eat now. Trying to figure out how to get to Barcelona or Milan next weekend to ride/eat.

Awesome K10S. How well does the rear shock work? Solid while putting down the power; compliant over bumps?
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Old 07-18-2018, 09:27 PM
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love the food pic!!!
K10 loos similar to MOOTS YBB, though MTB
no good food today ;-(



tarmac SL6 disc today on lobitos creek
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Old 07-18-2018, 10:34 PM
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Had to be done. Snob factor was getting a little outta control even by Porsche standards.


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Old 07-18-2018, 10:57 PM
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Proud of you! Finest delicacy.
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Old 07-18-2018, 11:02 PM
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Originally Posted by ChrisF View Post
Awesome K10S. How well does the rear shock work? Solid while putting down the power; compliant over bumps?
Thanks. The rear suspension works amazingly well. On smooth roads, you wonít notice itís there/it doesnít really get engaged. On rougher roads, it comes into play (as does the more compliant chain stays) and I donít feel any loss of power. Itís adjustable. The geometry is slightly different than the F10 which also contributes to a smoother ride (especially on longer rides), as does 28 tires. The nsw wheels are killer. Very happy with it.
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Old 07-18-2018, 11:25 PM
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Originally Posted by trice9 View Post


Thanks. The rear suspension works amazingly well. On smooth roads, you wonít notice itís there/it doesnít really get engaged. On rougher roads, it comes into play (as does the more compliant chain stays) and I donít feel any loss of power. Itís adjustable. The geometry is slightly different than the F10 which also contributes to a smoother ride (especially on longer rides), as does 28 tires. The nsw wheels are killer. Very happy with it.
Nice bike. Refreshing to see/see discussed something not a black spesh.

I had 404 firestrike clinchers before my clincher cull and thought them good. used the zipp brake pads against the dimply aero wheel surface and it was warm butter against a cheese grader! Went through sets in days!

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Old 07-19-2018, 01:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Nizer View Post
Had to be done. Snob factor was getting a little outta control even by Porsche standards.



you need to add bacon bits to those, amateurish....


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Nice bike. Refreshing to see/see discussed something not a black spesh.

I had 404 firestrike clinchers before my clincher cull and thought them good. used the zipp brake pads against the dimply aero wheel surface and it was warm butter against a cheese grader! Went through sets in days!

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i cant find pic of my 303/404 but let's move to something not black heehee, mostly stuff i no longer ride (SEE BELOW)
have u tried NSW any good?
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Old 07-19-2018, 01:42 AM
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Oh, colour . Miss my cipo. On a shake down ride before Dana point gp two years ago i launched my etap rear mech like a roulette pin into my spokes (grabbed, ahem, a ten speed cassette night before). Frame repainted well and regretfully sold .with lightweights snappiest bike I've owned .
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I dunno here we are in 2018 figuring out if the Earth is flat and/or if mooty knows his zeit. All I know is this madman is on two wheels probably more than he is on 4 Wheels. In fact if I have to see that Tour de France pose on one of those bikes ever again when Iím cruising through my favorite NorCal roads in a porsche I might just have to eat 12 of those jelly doughnuts. Mooty doesnít like Italian trash when it comes to cars. Nor English reliability. Heís usually right. Except about those four point ohs. So silly of him to drive those instead of fluff them for 200 miles a year.
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I like black bikes.

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Originally Posted by kenwidmerpool View Post
Oh, colour . Miss my cipo. On a shake down ride before Dana point gp two years ago i launched my etap rear mech like a roulette pin into my spokes (grabbed, ahem, a ten speed cassette night before). Frame repainted well and regretfully sold .with lightweights snappiest bike I've owned .
too bad.
cipo are nice, but fragile
which one did you ride?

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I like black bikes.

is that a zipp sl spring stem?

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I like black bikes.

You are missing a very large jockey wheel. Are they not done among this group? I have size envy down here with oc crew .
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Old 07-19-2018, 01:59 AM
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I dunno here we are in 2018 figuring out if the Earth is flat and/or if mooty knows his zeit. All I know is this madman is on two wheels probably more than he is on 4 Wheels. In fact if I have to see that Tour de France pose on one of those bikes ever again when Iím cruising through my favorite NorCal roads in a porsche I might just have to eat 12 of those jelly doughnuts. Mooty doesnít like Italian trash when it comes to cars. Nor English reliability. Heís usually right. Except about those four point ohs. So silly of him to drive those instead of fluff them for 200 miles a year.
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