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Campagnolo Pista Schauff (Final)

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One-of-a-Kind Campagnolo Velo Schauff / 57 / Unknown

Cinelli 67 / Cinelli 2A Milano

Stock / Campagnolo Record Pista

Campagnolo Crono Record / Campagnolo Record NJS Hub / Hoshti Double-Butted NJS / Continental Giro

Campagnolo Crono Record / Campagnolo Record NJS Hub / Hoshti Double-Butted NJS / Continental Giro

Campagnolo Record Pista 144BCD 170 mm / Campagnolo Record Pista 111 mm

Gipiemee Speed Track / Campagnolo Aero C-Record

Campagnolo Pista Record Pedals, Campagnolo Record Clips, Toshi Double White Straps, Cinelli Strap Tips / DID NJS Chain

Campagnolo 53T 144BCD / Euro Asia Gold Medal Pro 16T

My prized possession

People who friended this bike Smiley, vqstaphbeard, 8Aaron8, per.k, campystamp, bdawe, matteozolt, AshokCaptain

Great Looking Bike

Really nice frameset with components to match.

Cool! This resembles my

Cool! This resembles my unknown track frame. The track ends on mine also have a large hole drilled in them. Are they campy? Also, do you mind sharing how many digits the serial number is and where it's located? Thanks!

Yeah the drop outs are

Yeah the drop outs are campy, to my knowledge.

I don't know much about the serial (not on the BB), I will have to look into it further. Bike Is currently located in California but I bought it off ebay in 2008?I can't remember the location of the seller. I will see if I can scrounge any info up.

edit: Campy drop outs confirmed. Going to contact Schauff to see if I can get any more info on the frame as I don't see a serial anywhere and there seem to be like 5 velo schauffs on the whole interwebs and only 1 other campagnolo track velo chauff.

Very nice! Very good looking

Very nice! Very good looking bike, with excellent components. Don't your knees hurt after riding hat gearing for a few years?

I actually stopped riding

I actually stopped riding for a few years, and since I've gotten back into it in the last year, have only taken this bike out a few times (don't want to mess it up). However, I've never had any problems with the large gearing on this bike with a few hundred miles I put on it back before I stopped riding. It fits very well and the parts runs so smooth that it is not too difficult to get it going and slow it down, but it's definitely not optimal when riding in the street with cars (I only ride it late at night now where I don't have to worry about cars). I actually didn't start experiencing any knee pain until riding my other bike which has a 48 / 15, but I am pretty sure it's a fitment issue.

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