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  1. #1
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    May 2008

    Fiori San Remo ... classic, retro, or generic beater begging to be fixed/SS'd?

    Hey guys,

    I was over in the SS forum, and one of the dudes recommended I swing on over here and get your thoughts.

    Here's the thread/history/pics:

    I'm was leaning towards turning her into a slicked/fixed/urban ride. However, I gotta say, she rides so nice, I'm almost loathe to change anything other than give her a good dose of TLC.

    Your thoughts?


    (I initially bought her to be an SS beater for the summer. But truth be told, I don't really do much off roading, 80% is on bike pathways around town here. So, functionally speaking, it probably doesn't matter what I do with her. She'll be more than adequate. I'm just wondering, I guess, if I should feel at all guilty about gutting her given how well she rides.)

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    Nov 2005
    A Fiore San Remo (86 or 87 model year) was my first decent mountain bike. Fiore is one of Norco's house brands. Decent bikes with good tubing and spec although somewhat generic.

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