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Bianchi Nuovo Record - 57cm - Columbus Tretubi

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Bianchi Nuovo Racing - Columbus Tretubi- 57x57cm - 1984

3TTT Mod. Grand Prix - 3TTT 100mm

Columbus - Ofmega alloy

Ofmega 36-hole low flange - DT Swiss - Wolber Gentleman 81 - Michelin 700x23c

Ofmega 36-hole low flange - DT Swiss - Wolber Gentleman 81 - Michelin 700x23c

Ofmega - 52/42 Ofmega chainrings

Bianchi branded suede Selle Italia - Gipiemme

Ofmega Superleggera with Ale toe clips and straps - SRAM

Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Modolo Flash

Regina 6 speed 14-24 freewheel

Got a great deal on this bike from Craigslist. It was purchased from the second owner, who estimated the bike had only been ridden about 200 miles. It was basically in completely original condition, minus bar tape, cables and housing, tires, and a set of NOS Modolo hoods. I added a few finishing touches and rode the thing for a couple of months before realizing it was just too small for me. Unfortunately, it had to be parted out, and I saved a few of the Campy bits for a future project.
The Nuovo Racing was Bianchi's entry level road bike in the early 1980s. You can see the 1984 catalog scan here:
http://bulgier.net/pics/bike/Catalogs/Bianchi-84/3.jpg

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thank you for posting that.

thank you for posting that. i thought the nuovo racing were mid level?
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Michelin tires

How did you like the Michelins on there? My lbs is selling some and they look mighty nice.

The tires were pretty nice.

The tires were pretty nice. Rolled well, and were very smooth. They cut pretty easily on glass and debris, so I wouldnt use them for a commuter tire really, but a weekend tire for sure.



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