Original “from the factory” all chrome Cinellis are extremely rare. This little gem was originally purchased from Oscar Wastyn Cycles, in Chicago and was ridden in Minnesota. Everything is original except the chain, tires, brake pads and freewheel. More pictures HERE
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This track frame was made for and raced by the Italian National Team. It was repainted in the early 60’s and not used since.
Rare, or valuable headset (or bottom bracket) parts that are in lousy condition can be worth spending some time on to regrind. Here is a headset fork crown race from a Cinelli headset that needs help. Using a small metal lathe and a Dremel tool, I have figured out how to bring it back to […]
The complete restoration of this wonderful British bike from the early 60’s took more than a year to complete- sometimes that’s just the way it goes… Advert from December 1965 Sporting Cyclist:
Recent Acquisitions from Holland and Italy Campagnolo “Cambio Corsa” set, new in it’s original box: Brooks B.17 saddle modified by Giuseppe Ottusi: Italian FB cottered bottom bracket spindle: Magistroni (Italy) seat tube collar: Devil mascot for my front fender:
Almost new all chrome 1976 Colnago Super with rare graphics package.
NOS chromed steel Model 17D Giro D’Italia bars, NOS chromed steel Model 1 stem, “Firenza” logo bar/stem and cloisonne badged bar/stem.
Cinelli “Tirolo” handlebars/stem from the 40’s-50’s. The badge covers access to the quill bolt: Tirolo with grips and without grips. The grips were made of bone and held in place with a screw on the underside. Rubber grips didn’t need to be held in place, so bars sold “senza manopole” did not have a screw […]
1950’s Cinelli S.C. All Chrome
Collegiate All-Stars 2011 Team Announcement