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Ciocc Mockba 80 resto-mod

Bike tags: Road bike | campagnolo | ciocc | lugged | steel
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Ciocc Mockb80 Size 56

Ritchey WCS

Chris King

Mavic Ksyrium SL

Mavic Ksyrium SL

Campy Chorus

SLR and Campy Chorus

Speedplay X - ti and Campy Record

39/53 11-23

My Ciocc is a resto-mod combining my favorite new and old stuff. The frame is from the early 80's, the fork is a threadless replica built by Mike Terraferma, and it sports a full Campy Chorus 10 speed gruppo. Stiff and quick yet really comfortable. It rides itself!

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Nice job

Nice work, the bike looks great. What did you do with the original fork?

I had been looking for a similar wheelset for my Ciocc as I figured it would look nice with the white but I came across a cheap set of nice wheels and went with that. I still think the wheels you have are the nicest looking Ksyriums but you find them a little heavy?

The perfect frame for a neo-retro

Beautiful, beautiful job on the Ciöcc. What a great way to bring a classic frame into the new millenium. Did you have the frame cold-set to 130mm spacing or do you let the wheels find their own niche?

I took an EL SOMEC from '93 and gave it a similar modernization. (Check it out. #14911)

Thanks!

Wow, that's a really nice Somec you have! It looks great! How was your experience dealing Airglow? How long did they take with your frame? I am looking for a new paint shop to re-spray my 82 Colnago Super since my painter retired. Mike Terraferma cold set the rear drops to 130mm, brazed on Pacenti sti stops, and built a threadless replica fork for my Ciocc. Thanks for the compliments!
Regards,
Rob

Airglow

I can't say enough good things about Airglow. My requests for them were extremely nitpicky (mask off this, leave that chrome, fill in this cutout, but only line that one, and these decals are irreplacable, etc) and I can't imagine it was a fun job for them (lots of lining, no fun airbrushing) but they were very thorough with their communication to make sure that everything was understood and when they were done, it was perfect. (It took them less than a month at the height of riding season.)

There is no slop at all anywhere, all the fills and linings couldn't have been more even if they were done by a machine. The paint looks like it's a mile deep, the decals are all laid down with the precision of an engineer.

And to top that all off, their rates are surprisingly reasonable compared to any other quote I got.

I wouldn't think twice about recommending them for any job.

Airglow

Airglow sounds like a great shop. Thanks for the info!

i'm looking for an older

i'm looking for an older italian steel frame to put my campy group on.
i love this.

Thanks for the compliment!

Hope you find a nice Italian frame. I'm nutty about lugged Italian bikes from the 80's. I also have a nice early 80's Pinarello Treviso and my current project is a 1982 Colnago Super.
Best regards.

A+ build!

It's sometimes called a "Renaissanced bike. Superbe! What's the weight?

Thanks!

It weighs 18.9 lbs. Not very light but I guess it's not too bad for a bike with a steel frame and fork. The wheels are pretty heavy. It drops about half a pound when I mount my Easton EA90 SLX wheels.

Regards,
Rob



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