1980 Viner Special Professional 53cm

BrandViner
Era1980
Frame size53 cm
ModelSpecial Professional
Country of productionItaly
ColourRed
ConditionUsed
Wheel size700c
Wheel base98 cm
Weight2.54 kg
VintageYes
Framesets

600,00 

Only 1 left in stock

Description

VINER was founded in 1947 in Pistoia, a small town approx 30 miles northwest from Florence, by Mr. Viviano Nerozzi. The brand name is just a contraction of his first and second name VI-NER. During those early years they manufactured city bikes and by the 1950s, VINER introduced its first road racing bikes.

VINER began sponsoring some amateur cycling teams and the brand popularity grew accordingly. The 1960s were the big boom years for VINER as they become sponsors for Furzi-FT pro team and several pro cyclists like Conti and Polidori used VINER bikes during Giro d’Italia. The company was able to successfully export their bikes, to both Europe, U.S. and Australia.

In 1978 VINER bikes were used by the Dutch winners of the 100 km Chrono at the World Championship.

The Special Professional was the top of the range, it had Star (Stella) cut out lugs, including a massive cut out star on the bottom bracket shell, and was built with Columbus SL tubing.

Seat tube c-c: 53cm
Seat tube c-t: 54.5cm
Top tube c-c: 53cm
Head tube: 114mm
Steerer tube: 154mm
Rear spacing: 126mm
Seatpost diameter: 27mm
Bottom bracket thread: ITA
Headset: 1″ threaded
Wheel size: 700c
Wheelbase: 98cm
Weight: Frame & Fork 2540gr

If you are looking for a specific item, please feel free to get in touch – we have a wide range of frames, components and accessories in the shop that are yet to be listed online.
Pickup is welcomed in Berlin.

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P
lease send a message or give us a call at the shop!
We are closed Sundays and Mondays, but will get back to you as soon as possible.
We don’t offer any warranty on used products, and advise riding all older bikes and parts with respect!
We’ve been selling only the very best Italian steel bikes for over a decade now, both online and in store in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin.

Cheers,
Cicli Berlinetta

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