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carlone roma

Bike tags: Fixed gear | 3ttt | 53.5cm | Amsterdam | campagnolo | more tags >>
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Cicli Carlone Roma 53.5cm Columbus tubing and Cinelli lugs

black anodized nameless chopped rizers, 3ttt pista stem

Carlone Roma track fork, Chris King 1" threaded headset

Dura-ace 36h high flange hub laced to unknown black medium profile anodized rim

Dura-ace 36h high flange flip-flop (fixed-fixed) hub laced to unknown black medium profile anodized rim

Campagnolo Record Pista cranks, Campagnolo Record Pista 1/8" chainring , Campagnolo record pista bottom bracket

Selle San Marco Rolls saddle, Campagnolo C-Record aero post

Campagnolo Record Pista pedals, Wipperman nickel plated 1/8" chain

Surly 18t or Dura-ace 16t cogs with Dura-ace lockrings to Campagnolo 49t chainring

Bought in Rome, my hometown, september 07 as a complete bike with 100% original italian parts, cinelli, 3ttt, campy, etc. I replaced the wheels with something a little tuffer for the steets, the original wheels have tubes, old campy record hubs and soldered spokes, a real track setup. New seat, seatpost and bars, just to make it more confortable. The bike must be from around 1974-75, I bought it from the old mechanic of the now deceased olympic rome velodrome, singnor Sabatino Carlone himself! He must be around 85 years old and still has a shop in rome. The bike is now riding the streets of Amsterdam.

People who friended this bike CONDENADO, ender, mr.2ter, jacobpatek, RyeBokeh, dustin, b_rad, R3N3G4D, Jascha, Noise, Robbert van Overdijk, c-v-tich, mouseboy, onelesslimb, Chainwheel, ladylions, nickp, tylerm, the username contains an illegal character, Yerr, VictorAlava, Matthew Millington, alejandrolavinjr, dectangle, j_brill, Jussi, mattattatt, cannonhugodale, attackyle, camchris1, dicklips, campystamp, gunther

Classic track

That bike needs a velodrome to ride on. It looks so sad being relegated to a mundane everyday bike. Pity, Lovely bike.


nice bike, nice history

nice bike, nice history indeed! Do you ride in amsterdam? i'll say hi if i ever see you cruisin around.. there arn't too many track bikes riding the amsterdam streets.

- jascha.


really?? one of my dream vacations is to bring my bike over and ride around europe including through Amsterdam! Surpised fixed gears aren't more popular in a bike-friendly place like there.

you like your rolls? I'm really pleased with mine, breaking in nicely


luv the history- looks fabulous, too-- enjoy
"When the goin' gets weird, the weird turn pro." H.S.T.

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