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1995 De Rosa Primato

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1995 De Rosa Primato - Columbus EL OS, 58 cm seat tube / 57 cm top tube

3T Grand prix / Cinelli 1A pantographed

Fork unknown / Campagnolo record

Mavic Open Pro rim/ Campy record hub/ DT Swiss revolution spokes / Continental clincher

Mavic Open Pro rim/ Campy record hub/ DT Swiss revolution spokes / Continental clincher

Campy record 175mm / Campy

Selle Italia Turbomatic / Campy Record Titanium

Campy Chorus Pro fit / Campy Record

Campagnolo 9 speed 53/39, 13-25

This is my keeper. It will never be sold. Rides like an absolute dream, climbs like a mountain goat and looks just gorgeous.

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Just out of curiosity, could you add, or reference a few more photos of this machine? Specifically of the seatlug-seatstay joint and the brake bridge. I'm curious to see the difference between this machine and a few Guerciotti EL's.



Hey Kurt,

There's a couple more photos of the bike on flickr under user:




Me too

I got my De Rosa a few months ago.I was hoping for red, like yours, but settled for blue, and dressed it in red. I am shocked how nice these are. If you read this, and can, I would like to know what you have for Integrated Brake/Shifter levers.

Here is a link to my bike.
I have not figured how to post it here directly. If anyone sees this and lives in Sonoma County, let's ride.


Hi there,

The shifters I have are Campagnolo Record nine speed titanium. These were the last of the original shape circa about 1998-9. Immediately afterwards, there was a nine speed version in alloy but with the flatter shaped levers and then they went to ten speed and carbon. My shifters still work perfectly. I am a big fan of the really positive shift action on Campy gear.

I checked out you bike and it is lovely. I think it is the same year model as mine as I think the chrome head lugs were only around for one year. You appear to have the matching flat crown fork too, lovely!

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