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Absolute works of art.Are they yours?Gonna put some apes and a fat slick on one?
 

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Beautiful, wonder how much I could get for my old Eddy Merckx if I shined it up?

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Those were the days. My old 1980 Bianchi that I bought new and raced for years, now restored and turned into an SS.

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okie said:
Those were the days. My old 1980 Bianchi that I bought new and raced for years, now restored and turned into an SS.

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Nice! And funny, similar story here. Mine's an '85 or '86 Campione Del Mundo, bought new, was my first "serious" road bike. Raced for a few years, then converted it to a flat bar a couple years back, with cushier saddle and wider tires so I can still enjoy riding it these days with my slightly different physique and condition. :wink:
Still handles like a two-wheeled Ferrari.

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Hammond Eggz said:
okie said:
Those were the days. My old 1980 Bianchi that I bought new and raced for years, now restored and turned into an SS.

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Nice! And too funny, similar story here. Mine's an '85 or '86, bought new, was my first "serious" road bike. Raced for a few years, then converted it to a flat bar a couple years back, with cushier saddle and wider tires so I can still enjoy riding it these days with my slightly different physique and condition. :wink:
Still handles like a two-wheeled Ferrari.

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Cool!, nothing like an old celeste green Bianchi. I hear you on the "slightly different physique"!
 
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The Ciocc is amazing, every last piece is pimped out from the cables to the toe straps. It's actually a little nauseating to look at, a little too much bling and gaudy. A lot of gold for one bike, but still wow. That's some Italian bike porn man.
 
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great stuff... I coveted Italian bikes when I raced in the 80s. I am partial to DeRosas and Tomasinis.
 
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do you have any pictures or info on '70s COPPI bicycles?

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Good Lord those bikes are pure rolling artwork. Just here drooling now :mrgreen:
 
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oh boy, just wish I still had my old Bianchi and all it's campy stuff. I kick myself for letting it go. oh well, thats life. thanks for the pic'c.

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