Frame size55 cm
Top tube lenght55 cm
Wheel size700c
Wheel base99 cm
Country of productionItaly
Number of gears12
Stand over height81 cm
Weight9.26 kg


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This beauty is a Colnago Super road racing bicycle constructed from Columbus SL tubing, dating from 1978. The champagne paintwork is accented with contrasting black Colnago decals. The drive side chain stay and the fork crown are chrome plated. The club motifs on the flat fork crown have been detailed in with black enamel and the lower head lug has been similarly colored. The black enamel treatment has also been applied to the wide flutes of the Campagnolo seat post and machined Cinelli stem.

The light weight frame and matching fork are fitted out with a period correct group of Campagnolo components. The Nuovo Record crank sports a large 53 tooth outer chainring detailed in black bolts. The down tube mounted shifter levers have been accented in yellow and black. The Cinelli Campion del Mondo, 40cm, and 1A 120mm stem are Cinelli items, nicely complimented by a black leather Selle San Marco Concorde saddle. The drop handlebars are wrapped in fresh black Velox cloth tape, with Colnago motif bar end caps and the brake levers feature comfortable reproduction pale rubber hoods. The Super Record hubs are laced to dark grey anodised red labeled Mavic GP4 rims.

This bike has survived the kilometers in pristine condition. The paint has very few nicks and scratches and is near flawless.

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.

Any questions?
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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.

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