Corso Kant 6, 10088 Volpiano, a one hour bike ride from the. 58cm seat tube x 56,5cm top tube (c-c). Team was started in 1973 when the Italian chewing gum brand decided to sponsor cycling. Aldo himself told me that the name Brooklyn was chosen for the gum because the company’s owner wanted a word that all Italians would easily recognize. Gios brand wrote cycling history through its sponsorship of the Brooklyn Team during the late 1970s when Roger De Vlaeminck won major victories in the stage race Tirreno-Adriatico, the one day classics of the Tour of Flanders, Liege- Bastogne – Liege, Milano – San Remo and Paris Roubaix. Paris Roubaix for his victories in one day classic, in 1977 De Vlaeminck won Paris Roubaix for a record forth time, Tirreno Adriatico and Tour of Flanders. Challenge Eddy Merckx and even beat him. All in all, De Vlaeminck is recognized as one of the very best “classics” riders ever. He wears the world champion stripes on his sleeves as world. During his Brooklyn years, Roger won no less than 3 Paris-Roubaix, 2 Giri di Lombardia, 1 Tour of Flanders, 1 Milan San-Remo and multiple stages of The Giro d’Italia. This wonderful Gios bicycle dates to 1977 as evidenced from various particulars: the water transfer head badge was used prior to the metal badge, the Super Record rear derailleur is dated Pat. 77, the crank arms sport the number 7 in a triangle. These all point to 1977 as being the year of production. Finally, the gold script top tube “Super Record” decal was used in 1977. From 1979, a black on white “Super Record” decal incorporated. The fine bicycle is completely original equipped with a Campagnolo Super Record “Reduced” complete group set. This means that the very expensive titanium bottom bracket axle and titanium pedal axles were substituted with the standard steel Nuovo Record units. The only thing I’ve changed are the new reproduction Campagnolo brake hoods to replace the originals which had turned to dust. Rims are Mavic 36 hole with Challenge Parigi-Roubaix tubulars. The Super Record seat post is Gios pantographed, as is the large chainring. Headset: Campagnolo Super Record. Crank set: Campagnolo Super Record – Gios Pantographed. Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo Nuovo Record. Brakes: Campagnolo Super Record. Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 1st gen. Front derailleur: Campagnolo Nuovo Record. Shifters: Campagnolo Super Record. Seatpost: Campagnolo Super Record – Gios Pantographed. Rims: Mavic Record du Monde de L’heure. Hubs: Campagnolo Nuovo Record Super Record would have been titanium axles however these were never available except as aftermarket from outside suppliers like OMAS. Tires: Challenge Parigi-Roubaix Tubulars; like new. For more information on Gios please see. If you would like a matching jersey for you new vintage bike. I have an open mind to offers. And a few French ones too! She will be double boxed and packed properly by ME. Please look at my feedback and some of my recent auctions for many vintage parts and some very, very beautiful vintage bicycles that have found new homes; some internationally. Those include a 1952 Bianchi, 1974 Colnago Super, 1976 Pogliaghi, 1962 Gios-Torino, 1968 Pogliaghi Chrome Track bike, 1968 Cinelli Chrome Track, 1973 Cinelli Supercorsa, 1946 Camille Daudon Mens Touring, 1947 Camille Daudon Ladies city bike, and the green 1978 Mario Confente road. PERFECT FOR YOUR VINTAGE BICYCLE COLLECTION! FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS! Thank you for your interest and Enjoy. The item “Gios Torino Super Record 1977 road bicycle De Vlaeminck vintage steel Campagnolo” is in sale since Wednesday, July 31, 2019. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Cycling\Vintage Cycling\Vintage Bicycle Parts”. The seller is “jtperry8sf9″ and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Model: Super Record
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Italy