Cicli Morini was based in northern Italy, near Florence. The man behind the beautiful frame which left the workshop in Pieve a Nievole was ceratin Ferdinando Morini, known for his skills with torch and file. Morini bicycles were often made to measure and Ferdinando didn't skimp on the Morini pantographes and logos.
Just like our Morini Super classic road bicycle from the end of the 70s. It is based on a beautiful frame made of Columbus SL tubes with elegant appearance, almost discreet. But when you look closely, you will find a heap of tiny details, referring to the brand.
When it comes to equipment, the story continues. Campagnolo top level and rare 1st gen. Super Record groupset has been heavily customized and the chainring, seatpost, stem, brake levers - they all have been pantographed. But it doesn't end there. The saddle proudly states "Morini" and even the bar end plugs carry the "M" symbol. You also shouldn't miss the rare front derailleur with 4 holes and narrow clamp band, produced by Campagnolo just in 1978.
The bike arrived to our shop in very good original condition. It has not been ridden for long, that's for sure, but even considering that, the shape of the paintjob and parts is unusual. It is because of a thin layer of a mixture of oil and dust the whole bike was covered in. We carefully removed it and brought it back to it's former glory.
This bike is a ticket straight to the 70s!