3TTT Saronni pantographed stem

ConditionNew Other
DescriptionPantographed Saronni
Length120 mm


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Giuseppe Saronni (born 22 September 1957), also known as Beppe Saronni, is an Italian former racing cyclist. He had remarkable success riding in the Giro d’Italia. In 1980 he won 7 stages and finished 7th overall, in 1981 he won 3 stages and finished 3rd overall. In 1979 and 1983 he would win the Giro d’Italia and all total for his career win 24 stages in this race.

A signature product of the early ’80s, Colnago produced frames under Giuseppe Saronni’s name to commemorate his 1982 world road championship.

Finish off that Colnago Saronni with the perfect stem.

Stem Length 120mm
Clamp diameter 25.8
Steerer diameter 22.2

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