January 25, 2021

Traguardo Volante. Columbus and Cinelli: art and bicycle | Antonio Colombo

COLUMBUS CONTINUUM continues the exploration of the eclectic character of Columbus, the Italian metallurgy firm specializing in the production and shaping of metal tubing and its various applications, presenting the third exhibition of the centenary celebrations on 24 September: Traguardo Volante. Columbus e Cinelli tra arte e bicicletta (Flying Finish Line. Columbus and Cinelli: art and bicycles), curated by Luca Beatrice.

In the dictionary of cycling, traguardo volante means an intermediate passage along the route of a race; the first rider to cross it will not necessarily win the race, but will obtain bonus seconds, a particular prize and perhaps, as in the past, some typical local foods.
With this forceful and in some ways light-hearted image, the final stage of the route is reached, on the way to the definitive finish line. A race on two wheels and two legs to celebrate the centenary of a legend of Italian

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‘We have to plan the transportation of the future,’ says San Antonio mayor

SAN ANTONIO – According to the newest Bexar Facts-KSAT-San Antonio Report poll, most San Antonio residents support the 1/8 cent sales tax propositions that would fund Pre-K for S.A., transportation and job training programs. In the latest KSAT Q&A, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said he’s pleased with these results.

“I think it is a recognition that we all have in this community that we are in an emergency and we have to respond accordingly. And part of that is that we have to get our neighbors, our loved ones, our community back on its feet, get back to work and do so in it in a safe manner, but also do so in a manner that recognizes that the economy is changing and we have to allow for people to have pathways to stable careers,” he said.

The issues will be on the ballot in November.

“I want to make sure

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