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What does ITM stand for? and while we're at it, TTT?(11 posts)

What does ITM stand for? and while we're at it, TTT?Bikeman
Sep 27, 2001 11:29 PM
re: What does ITM stand for? and while we're at it, TTT?Bicycle Bill
Sep 28, 2001 1:34 AM
ITalManburi and Techno Tubi Torino
Translationsdano
Sep 28, 2001 9:50 AM
Even better: Italmanubri (your word was close, but just a bit off) means "Italian Handlebars." Ital=Italian (duh) and manubrio is handlebar. Manubri is plural for manubrio. Manubrio comes from the Italian word for hand....mano......like the phrase "mano-a-mano" or hand-to-hand. Thus Italmanubri is: "Italian Handlebars."

Techno = techno (duh), Tubi = plural for tubes (double-duh), Torino = from the city of Turin (west of Milan)
re: What does ITM stand for? and while we're at it, TTT?ganderhead
Sep 28, 2001 1:52 AM
Hi,

stands for Italmanubri S.p.A.

check http://www.itm.it

prefer deda components- they`re a lot better.

br
marc
re: What does ITM stand for? and while we're at it, TTT?cyclequip
Sep 28, 2001 2:40 AM
Perhaps qualify that by saying "I think they're a lot better". Certainly the bulk of the pro peloton disagrees with you.
re: What does ITM stand for? and while we're at it, TTT?TrekMan
Sep 28, 2001 2:49 AM
The 'bulk' of the pro peloton use what their team is paid to use, not what they believe is better.
re: What does ITM stand for? and while we're at it, TTT?Bicycle bill
Sep 28, 2001 4:22 AM
Cinelli Rules!
re: What does ITM stand for? and while we're at it, TTT?cyclequip
Sep 28, 2001 4:54 AM
Trite reply.
I suppose that's what determined the USPS team decision to stop using Rolf (Trek) wheels after the 'Passage du Gois' crash in '99. The've been on Mavic ever since. Not a pro in the world uses stuff he doesn't trust!
re: What does ITM stand for? and while we're at it, TTT?1-day license
Sep 28, 2001 9:59 AM
but when all are equal or the differences slight or a minimum quality stardard is met then it really doesn't matter, now does it?
LOL.... for your laughable post nmJohnG
Sep 28, 2001 5:43 AM
re: TTT? Team Time Trial? (nm)Chen2
Sep 28, 2001 5:39 AM