Any idea on what rim (make/model) this is? Hubs are Dura Ace 7700 so I am guessing/hoping something high end and strong enough for my tandem build.
This sticker is often on Ambrosio rims so yes quite possibly bomb proof and good quality
Could advise what this actually is please?
I love it for what it is and it's a very pretty thing, just really curious as to what it might have started out as?
Thanks for any help offered,
Any ideas on this frame? It's not a De Rosa, or a Klein and it's slightly different to a Specialized M2.
Frame number is K3112352, seat post is 27.2mm and has English BB threading.
please help me. i have a battaglin spider. but it's not looks like the other, because it low pro frame. Any idea what frame is? or any information. thanks. sorry for english.
i use google translate
philbythesea. That's a beautiful bike. Ignore what the others said. The decal colour, the cable guides over the top of the BB and everything else points to it being a 1977 top end Bianchi. Nice one and wish I'd read the thread earlier so I could make an offer
Do you have a picture of the underside of the BB?
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