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Москва-80 USSR track

Frame:
Москва80 56cm

Fork/Headset:
Москва80

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Record 151/Москва80

Pedals:
Campagnolo Record

Handlebars/Stem:
Квант/Moskva80

Saddle/Seatpost:
Cinelli Unicanitor / Kvant

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Fiamme Iride rims/Campagnolo Record hub

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Fiamme Iride rims/Campagnolo Record hub

More Info:
The Москва-80 project has started at 1978 and the aim was to build bicycles for Soviet cyclists for Olympiad 1980. Constructor was Reginald Vorontsov who later designed Takhion frames. In 1978-79 was built just 52 Москва-80 frames track and road both. This particular one made with Japanese Ishiwata 019 tubes (Ishiwata 019 and 022 were (like Tange #1 and #2) very comparable to Columbus SL and SP). Ishiwata ended up going bankrupt in 1993, but some of their employees went on to found Kaisei which is being used by a number of steel-frame bicycle builders today. It has a well-earned reputation for quality. Frame is quite light 1700gr. And fork is 700gr. With original components weight of complete bicycle is 7.0kg. At the end Soviet team use Colnago bicycles in Olympiad 1980. Anyway this is one of the best bicycles were made in Soviet Union.

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Frameset+components
  2. Galli+3ttt
  3. Takhion components
  4. Москва-80+Тахион
  5. Moskva80 stem
  6. Москва80+Campagnolo

Added by das_spoon. Last updated 5 months ago.

Latest 20 Comments

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masette

masette says:

"das spoon" nowadays means awesomeness. great piece of history you've got here!

Posted 10 months ago

das_spoon

das_spoon says:

Thanks, mate, for such compliment) this is really great piece of history and also best preserved Moskva80 I ever see. Paint and decals are original.

Posted 10 months ago

simplicated

simplicated says:

Nice bike comrade

Posted 11 months ago

ghostridethewhip

ghostridethewhip says:

+1

Posted 10 months ago

dietrootbeer

dietrootbeer says:

this is gorgeous - and thank you for the history lesson!

Posted 11 months ago

grangeyard

grangeyard says:

<3

Posted over 1 year ago

kobe

kobe says:

This is such a nice bike man!!

Posted over 1 year ago

das_spoon

das_spoon says:

you like blue frames as i see)

Posted over 1 year ago

kobe

kobe says:

mwah...i just happend to find always blue ones haha... and again
i picked up a blue gazelle champion mondial not so long ago :)

Posted over 1 year ago

Myketorio

Myketorio says:

I love your bike collection, very classic & rare.

Posted almost 2 years ago

das_spoon

das_spoon says:

Thank you! It is will be great update in 2-3 month. stay tuned!)

Posted almost 2 years ago

Karl

Karl says:

I'm so impressed with this bike and your execution of it too! Well done sir!

Posted about 2 years ago

GromCake

GromCake says:

awesome build, great story behind the frame too!

Posted about 2 years ago

apolloxl

apolloxl says:

Hi, how wide are the Galli Tirreno Adriatico rims? Do you have more information on them? Do they have a proper brake surface?

Posted about 2 years ago

das_spoon

das_spoon says:

Hi! I really like this rims - they are light and stiff. but i wouldn't use it for brakes because they have no proper surfaces

Posted about 2 years ago

Shivn

Shivn says:

So you bought frame from killy :D

Posted about 2 years ago

das_spoon

das_spoon says:

yes, i did)

Posted about 2 years ago

Nomad

Nomad says:

Looking really good now

Posted about 2 years ago

satanist

satanist says:

Классно

Posted about 2 years ago

das_spoon

das_spoon says:

я очень рад этому велосипеду

Posted about 2 years ago

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