Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes
Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s | Steel Vintage Bikes

Vintage Sigi Renz Bicycle from the early 70s

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Description

Frame number 7!

Rare Sigi Renz vintage bicycle from the early 70s!

Sigi Renz, born 1938 in Munich, Germany, was a professional cyclist from 1960 to 1976, being especially successful in the Six-Days-Races in Munich which he later became secretary of. Later on also producing own classic bicycle frames in small quantities, Renz' bikes nowadays are very rare. Even today Renz is still passionate about modern and classic bicycles as he is owner of a bike shop in Munich.

The bike is made of professional Reynolds 531 tubes und has beautiful chromed lugs! The dropouts are Campagnolo. The bike is equipped with Campagnolo Nuovo Gran Sport parts from late 60s - early 70s!



Size Information


Size (Center-Top)58 cm
Top Tube56 cm
Head Tube15 cm
Standover 82 cm


Details

BrandSigi Renz
ShiftersCampagnolo Nuovo Gran Sport
CranksetCampagnolo Nuovo Gran Sport
Bottom BracketCampagnolo Nuovo Gran Sport
SeatLeathern Selle Royal Sprint
HubsCampagnolo Nuovo Gran Sport
RimsMavic Record
TiresNOS Continental Tires
Stem3ttt
Stembar3ttt
ChainNOS chain
PedalsNot included


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