Can you help to identify these frames, bikes or parts?

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  • Anyone knows which Campagnolo BB is this? Italian threaded and 2 bearings on the drive side, 109mm IIRC but will measure properly when I get the vernier out.


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  • Main body looks like current centaur range but the cups seem to be from previous generation. Isn't it an hybrid of 2 different bb ?
    The left one seems to be a bit narrow for the body and right one too large for it

  • Quite possible.

    Haven't seen anything similar on the net and I was suspecting the same.

  • Anyone come across lugs like this before? It's a track frame with English threading. I don't think the decals are original but it's an imperial sized bolt, so of an older vintage.


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  • hello, ive got a bike which is a mix of record, chorus and maybe some centaur, but i cannot place these levers, any help is greatly appreciated!


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  • Lugs look like they have been drilled / modified by the builder. Not quite Pongo Braithwaite though :)

  • Does anyone recognize from these cut outs what frame this is?


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  • Could be 93' Record

  • Ciao,

    Could you professionals tell me the year(s) of manufacture of this Campagnolo headset? I'm more or less sure that it's a Chorus, Athena, Croce d'Aune headset and also the part of the Olympus MTB groupset and definitely produced in the 1990's. But could you tell me more precisely?

    Thank you very much!


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  • Hi All,

    I'd be grateful if anyone can help me identify a frameset. It's my Dad's old one so has sentimental value, but I can't find any identifying information on it for a maker.

    All my Dad ever used to say about it was 'it was a good frameset back in the day when I bought it!' (which my guess is from the 60's maybe early 70's but assume it wasn't new)

    He had it resprayed in the black/gold so I don't know what the original colour was.

    The Bottom Bracket Shell is threadless, and the serial number on the Bottom Bracket shows from what I can make out as 76666666

    Any information or help would be gratefully appreciated!

    Many thanks


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  • @Galpino

    Not sure you'll be able to ID this. Unfortunately the welded on plate used a brake bridge and similar plate near the BB shell which is for a kick stand point to this being a really low end frameset. Sorry.

  • BITD when I worked in a bike shop in the 70's the only bikes we sold with plates brazed on like that (aside from mixte) were from Puch

  • Cheers for the info, especially the Puch reference. From googleing images, it could be a Puch Clubman perhaps?

  • Hi, I don't know if you could find out, but these do look like old cébé glasses. I guess there are some replicas nowadays too.

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