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Cinelli Supercorsa Campy SR

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Cinelli Supercorsa / 56 cm / circa 2003

Cinelli Campione del Mondo 42 cm / Cinelli 1R

Cinelli sloping crown steel fork / Campagnolo Super Record

Campagnolo Record 36h / Mavic MA 40 / Michelin clinchers

Campagnolo Record 36h / Mavic MA 40 / Michelin clinchers

Campagnolo Super Recod 172,5 mm / Campagnolo Record

Cinelli Unicanitor titanium / Campagnolo Chorus

Campagnolo Record strapless / Sedisport silver

Campagnolo Super Recod

Campagnolo Recod Cobalto

42x53 front / 13x21 6 speed Huret fw rear / Blackburn bottle cage

Most parts are transferred to the new Cinelli frame from my original Somec Supercorsa from mid 1980's. The Somec frame is stored and waits for restoration/respray.

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Finally one gets to see a Supercorsa well put together

Good job, keep it real.

I would only suggest to fit a SR seatpost, and a King cage

Ciao!
Andrea

spacing?

Curious how you dealt with the 126/130 spacing question in back. Did you put a longer axle and spacers in to match the frame?

Anyway, it's a lovely bike!

Interesting solution for the Losa 2003 Cinelli SC

Nice vintage Campag SR solution to your modern 130 spacing Cinelli SC. I have an 01 SC that remains unbuilt as it was to be my sole modern solution using modern Columbus steel. Alas, because of this, it's still hanging on the wall. I'm thinking of going with a 7 speed solution using 80s SR myself, just to get her on the road for a bit.

Yours is quite nice. Think moving to gum hoods and some more period bar tape would also really help here as the thicker option takes it down a notch aesthetically; perhaps some Benotto Cello in pearl or some cloth. Next option up would be Bike Ribbon. Still, it's a minor point.

Lastly, for a big feel/performance/aesthetic upgrade, move to some Veloflex Master 22 or Master 20 tires. These are the now discontinued Veloflex Pave, one of the best clincher tires with tubular-esque performance and aesthetics. It will be a noticeable upgrade from those Michelins and really look the part on that SC.

Dig the Unicanitor on that beast. Still one of my favorite saddles bar none and a great performer. Nice job. You have spurred me on to get my own Losa SC off the damn wall.

- kh

this bike...

...is a pure beauty!

Zephyrus...



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