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Hello, I am new to this forum - I live in Italy (Lake Como) - from my childhood I'm passionate about bikes and filmography - so recently I decided to put together a few amateur (I'm not a pro) contents about the bikes, just short films anyway - I find this forum-section quite interesting, so I decided to register and post my latest job - I do hope you like it.  

 

 

I also have a youtube channel ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1cuLkmERN6JajNeEWBqljw ) however for some reasons I prefer Vimeo. 

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Thank you all for the compliments and "likes" -  yeah, it looks like Vimeo does not run smoothly with all the devices. 

 

If you like my "filming style", you are welcome to visit my Vimeo or Youtube channel watching the rest of my jobs. All of those have been filmed (and edited) by myself, including "Sweating Steel" while I was riding the bike on the roller  :lol:  

 

Don't forget to read the short description/intro available for each video before watching.

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Hello, I am new to this forum - I live in Italy (Lake Como) - from my childhood I'm passionate about bikes and filmography - so recently I decided to put together a few amateur (I'm not a pro) contents about the bikes, just short films anyway - I find this forum-section quite interesting, so I decided to register and post my latest job - I do hope you like it.  

 

 

I also have a youtube channel ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1cuLkmERN6JajNeEWBqljw ) however for some reasons I prefer Vimeo. 

Questions - Which groupset do you use for your youngster and what bike/ handle bars does he run. 

 

We only get MTB milarky over here in SA for kids. 

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Questions - Which groupset do you use for your youngster and what bike/ handle bars does he run. 

 

We only get MTB milarky over here in SA for kids. 

 

The kid's bike is a Cube (German brand) - Cubie120 - single-speed - the bar is a Ritchey EvoCurve 40cm COMP - a little bit too wider for him, however for "filmmaking" purposes was good enough. 

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The kid's bike is a Cube (German brand) - Cubie120 - single-speed - the bar is a Ritchey EvoCurve 40cm COMP - a little bit too wider for him, however for "filmmaking" purposes was good enough. 

Groupset more importantly those shifters? Shimano and Sram are too large for the little kids hands.

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