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Ciocc Road Bike with full Shimano 600

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Ciocc Early 90's Road Frame

Salsa Combo

Ciocc Fork, Shimano 600 headest

Shimano Hub laced to an MA3

Shimano Hub laced to an Open Pro

Shimano 600

Selle Italia on a Thomson Elite

ATACs, unknown chain

Picked this baby up on ebay a couple months ago, its going to exist as a dedicated racing bike, I'm tired of fucking up all my other bikes on the street.

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the Ciocc Cluster.

italia red

Nothing quite like Italian steel in red! Nice bike. I think it would look even nicer with silver stem + rims, but hey, it's your bike. Have fun riding it!

hubba hubba

hubba hubba

I love it

I love it

beautiful

what a dream, this bike is amazing. that salsa stem is grinding on me tho, its just begging for a black 1A.

Did it come with a 600 rear

Did it come with a 600 rear derailleur?

If not where did you get it?

Nicely done 'drew! Hows it

Nicely done 'drew! Hows it race

It races Beautifully,

It races Beautifully, honestly after working on the marinoni each day (which I still need to post pictures of), this is the only thing I can bare to be on. I'm developing a serious love affair with gears.

Inspiring

I'm currently restoring an early 90s English steel-framed bike that I've had since I was a teenager (it's from a small shop "Geoff Wiles", owned by an old 70s road racer.) This is totally the look I'm going for - a real inspiration!
I only hope mine's going to be as much fun to ride, once I've finished putting it together...

Very nice

Beautiful! I am going to have to re-paint my Marinoni and I want this exact look, the rear stays are also fully chromed so it shouldn't be hard. Are those rims non-machined? I too have a Ciocc and it is hard to say which rides nicer, that or the Marinoni. Nice work.



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