In 1942, Mario "Gaibera" Vicini, a professional cyclist, opened a small workshop in the city of Cesena. There he built some exquisite and reliable road bikes which were widely esteemed by cyclists and enthusiasts in the surroundings. Since Vicini did only manufacture a limited amount of bikes, his works are still coveted today.
This frame made of Oria tubes has an original red and white paintjob and can be built as a vintage bike with up to 7 speeds.
Rear axle width: 125 mm
Steerer length: 140 mm (threaded part: 56 mm)
Bottom bracket: ITA
Seatpost diameter: 26.4 mm
Front derailleur attachment: clamp-on
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