Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes
Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s - Steel Vintage Bikes

Guerciotti Vintage Lightweight Road Racer from 1970s

  • Sold Bike
Sold for over € 1000,00 to Switzerland on 5/6/15.

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Description

This lightweight light blue Guerciotti is a nice super racer from the 1970s that weighs in at just 8.7 kilograms!
Lots of nice details like the pantographs or the chrome let everybody know how much meticulousness was put into this beautiful bike from Milan. And it sure was worth the effort.
The outcome is a light and beautiful racer with a lot of character.
On the technical side there is of course the great Campagnolo Record group which led so many champions to success over several decades.
A bike both suitable for the eye and the legs.
If you can ride a L'Eroica race on this beauty? Does the pope shit in the woods?


Size Information


Size (Center-Top)56 cm
Top Tube55 cm
Head Tube13 cm
Standover 79 cm


Details

BrandGuerciotti
ShiftersCampagnolo Record
CranksetCampagnolo Record Guerciotti pantographed 170mm; 52/42
Bottom BracketCampagnolo Record
SeatPremier
HubsCampagnolo Record 6 speed
RimsMavic GP4 32H 700c tubular
TiresVittoria 23-622 tubular
Stem3ttt Guerciotti pantographed, 110mm
Stembar3ttt, 400mm
ChainNOS chain
PedalsNot included


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