Emiliano Freschi had been chief engineer and builder for Sante Pogliaghi before going out on his own around 1970. Out of his small workshop in Milano, Italy this man produced some of the finest bikes to come out of Italy even though he, to this day, is only truly appreciated by the most dedicated retro grouches.
The Supreme TT was one of the first racing bikes to be manufactured specifically for those all important stages in the legendary grand tours. Made from Columbus SL Custom Aero TT tubing and with shifters mounted atop the down tube, you can spot easily the shift towards aerodynamics as a major factor for this new type of bicycle aimed at shaving off every tenth of a second it can through design and advanced component technology.
This Supreme comes with a Campagnolo Super Record drivetrain and very rare Edco Competition wheelset.
And yes… that super sexy aero water bottle and cage are absolutely included.
Handlebar Cinelli 64 x 42 (bend & width)
Stem Cinelli 105mm
headset 1″ threaded EDCO Competition
Cranks Campa Record 170mm 53T x 42T Custom Machined & Lightened
B.B. Campa Super Record Titanium 36 x 24
Fr. Der. Campa Super Record (Luciano Paletti Patent)
Rear Der. Campa Super Record Titanium
Brakes Campa Super Record Custom
Wheels EDCO Competition 36 hole hubs laced with ARAYA Aero Rims
Seatpost Campa Super Record 27.2mm
Saddle Selle San Marco Concor Supercorsa