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Gios Torino Super Record (updated)

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Gios Torino 59 cm


Gios chrome engraved with G-T logo

Campagnolo Omega rim, record hub

Campagnolo Omega rim, record hub

Campagnolo record

Cinelli Volare SLX.Campagnolo record

Look Keo for the occasion only

Campagnolo record

Campagnolo record ,c-record levers

My Gios Torino super record. I've been told this is the model that came after the Brooklyn Gios but before the Torino with the coins in the fork.its going to be updated for the coming summer with classic campy brake levers,3ttt bar and stem,new white brake cables, GP4 Mavic rims on high flange campy record hubs and a Concor saddle to top it off;-)

8/07/2011;updated Gios with more classic looks..

People who friended this bike Sloth, CREATUREfear, eaglerock, solofe, per.k, Splined, the fumingator, campystamp, Zephyrus, -S_xOnWheels-, moik, alemar, GEORGEPALMA, majortaylorfan, matteozolt, Smiley, mad dog


If you want to see a a correctly put together Torino then go to this site:-
Look under own bikes. The owner of the site has put together a beauty.

Your is a beauty as well.
Well done.
Love it!

Kindest regards



thanks! ultimately it would have to look like the one in your link,planning to change a bit for the summer.


Well for parts the Campy Oldy has the parts. Another good source for retro parts is This site is run by a friend of mine by the name of Geoff Burgess. His stock and knowledge is encyclopedic. If he does not have the part he does his best to source it.



No offense, but the

Nice bike, but the background is far more interesting, no offense.



non taken, the background does have true appeal I admit, it sure provided a good photo shot;-)

Love the bike and the cars

Love the bike and the cars behind it!

thanks..the cars are ,I

thanks..the cars are ,I think, pre war Citroens or something like that
but my knowledge of classic cars only really goes back to the 60´s so I could be wrong!

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