Luigi Daccordi is a traditional Italian Bicycle builder. The family business started in 1937 and they are still building bicycles today. In the early beginnings the production was mainly everyday vehicles but later they started to create great racing machines. And from 1981 on, they entered the market for top of the line racing frames with stunning products and designs. Their creations belong to most beautiful and advanced steel bikes of the 1980s and 1990s. And this exemplar from the ’90s era is no exception.
Under the shiny yellow paint job lays a structure of solid Columbus Altec Alu tubes. The most popular choice for racing bikes in the mid 1990s.
We set up the bike with a matching Campagnolo Chorus groupset. We wanted to make the bike more comfortable to ride and still keep the classic shape. This bike, with its first class frame, the fine paint work, delightful group set, compact gearing and great condition will certainly make its new owner very happy. It can cope with commuting long tours or sportive group rides. Everything shifts, brakes and rides very well, with no problems. There are no dents, cracks or bends. If you would prefer a tubular wheel set, then just message us and we can discuss it!
Tubes Columbus: Altec
Seat tube c-c: 54 cm
Handlebar: Modolo Even 44cm ct. – ct.
Stem: ITM Big One 110mm
headset: 1″ A-Head FACT
Shifters: Campagnolo Chorus 8 spd. Ergopowers
Cranks: Campagnolo Chorus 172.5mm 52T x 39T 170mm
B.B.: Campagnolo Chorus
Fr. Der.: Campagnolo Chorus
Rear Der.: Campagnolo Chorus
Brakes: Campagnolo Chorus
Wheels: Campagnolo Chorus 32 hole hubs laced with Mavic SUP
Tires: Continental Ultra Sport
Seatpost: Campagnolo Chorus 27.2mm
Saddle: Selle Italia Turbomatic 2