Serrotta/Campagnolo USA neutral service vintage steel Road Bike size 52cm 1989
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Great Used condition! This bike is ready for immediate use. Just passed our multipoint inspection, everything is tuned up and ready to ride. This bike is manufactured buy Serotta but branded Campagnolo.It was originally a Campagnolo USA "neutral service bike". It features Columbus SL tubing, chrome Serrotta fork with Campy crown, Record groupset with Delta brakes, Record Strada tubular rims with sew up tires, Cinelli bars and stem, Regal saddle, Campy Q.R. Seat post binder.
Bike is in very good condition with original paint and original Campagnolo “alphabet” decals.
This bike was custom built by Ben Serrotta for the Campagnolo Tech Support Program run by Jim Ingram in 1989. It was used in every major pro and amateur US cycling event that Campy covered from 1989 until the program ended in 1991. Coors Classic, US Pro, Tour of Texas, Redlands, Long Beach, Women’s Challenge and a number of other national events.
Pictures are the actual bike you will get, not stock photos!
This is a Serotta Size 52cm: This bike is a fit for a rider that is 5'2" to 5'6" tall
Shifters: Rare C-Record Down tube shifters with indexing, VERY RARE!
Wheels: Record Strada Tubular Rims Laced to Campagnolo record Hubs
Tires: Tubular, near 100% tread left
Drivetrain: Record except the crank.
Crank: Croce d' Aune 170mm arms 53/42
Seatpost: Campy C Record
Handlebar: Cinelli 66-40
Stem: hidden bolt Cinelli Stem
Headset: campagnolo record
Brakes: Record DELTA Brakes.
Our Measurements: Weight= 19 lbs 3 oz (as pictured!), Seat Tube= 53 cm, Actual Top Tube= 52 cm, Head Tube= 112 mm, Stand over= 77 cm, Seat Post size= 27.2 mm, Bottom Bracket= english threaded, Rear Spacing= 126mm. See the frame measurement tab for details on how we measure.
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