The Stelbel bicycle brand was founded by namesake STELlio BELletti in 1973. Stellio, like his father Antenore, was a highly skilled metalworker of no small repute, working as an engineer for the burgeoning aeronautics industries.
One of the most distinctive features of Stelbel framesets are their tubular fork crowns, capped on either side with an engraved end piece. Another distinctive feature is the use of vertical rear drop-outs from as early as 1977 on. This hand made beauty was custom built for professional cycle cross use as the only paint damage is from the rider lifting the down tube for higher speeds over obstacles.
We are presenting you with one of Stelbel’s masterpieces.
Tubes — Columbus SL
Handlebar — Cinelli Giro di Italia 41m ct. ct
Stem — Cinelli 1R 110mm
Seat Tube 56cm ct. – ct. (57.5cm top)
Top tube length 56cm ct.-ct.
Headtube – 154mm
Headset — 1″ threaded Campagnolo Record
Shifters — Campagnolo Bar End Shifter
Cranks — Campagnolo Super Record 170mm 42T
B.B. — Campagnolo Super Record
Rear Der. — Campagnolo Super Record
Brakes — Campagnolo Record Levers / Mafac Cantilever
Wheels — Campagnolo Record / Mavic SSC 28/32 Holes
Tires — Hutchinson Shark Cross Tubular
Seatpost — Campagnolo Record 25mm
Saddle — Selle San Marco Rolls