Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes
Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle | Steel Vintage Bikes

Camandona 1970s Leightweight Bicycle

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Description

This little Camandona vintage bicycle is sort of a hidden champion. At first sight it looks 'just' like a beautiful 1970s racer with a strangely mixed up gruppo. A second glance will take notice of the nice chromed cutout lugs, and one begins to guess this might not be an average racer. If time allows a detailed inspection the many small highlights disclose themselves to the observers eye. Firstly the frame despite its classic look is a highly advanced (!) build for a 1970s bike. The routing of the shifting cables through the bottom bracket and chainstay is exceptional! And the parts: Nearly every screw leightweight and is made of aluminium, even the chain links are, not to forget the EVEREST freewheel, the lightweight OMAS hubs, the bottom bracket spindle by FT Bologna etc etc. And the parts are just some of the lightest of their time!
Pedaling this bike up a hill is like riding a demon. When was the last time you had to brake when riding uphills because your acceleration was just to fast?

The total weight of this vintage road racer is 7.39kg which is amazing for a bike from the 1970s!


Size Information


Size (Center-Top)52 cm
Top Tube52 cm
Head Tube9.5 cm
Standover 76 cm


Details

BrandCamandona
ShiftersCampagnolo Record leightweight cuts
CranksetCampagnolo Record with drilled Camandona chainring
Bottom BracketFT Bologna
SeatNOS Selle Italia Superleggera - real lightweight with just 240 gram and leather cover!
HubsOMAS Alloy - very lightweight
RimsNisi tubular 700C
TiresNOS Clement Criterium tires
Stem3ttt with alloy screw
Stembar3ttt Superleggero
ChainNOS chain
PedalsNot included


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