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~1985 Mino Denti Master Pista

Mino Denti was an Italian racer in the late 60's who went on to manufacturing bicycles in the late 70's. This is a beautiful and unique Columbus steel frame. Very aggressive geometry and tight clearances. The Denti brand still exists and they make high-end carbon bkes now.

Frame:
Denti Master Pista -- sprint-specific geometry with a 3-degree downslope on the top tube and very steep angles.

Fork/Headset:
original fork / Campagnolo Nuovo Record headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Nuovo Record Pista crank / Mavic bb

Pedals:
Shimano Dura Ace track pedals

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Campagnolo cogs / Campy chainrings / Regina chain

Handlebars/Stem:
Cinelli 67 Pista bar / Cinelli 2A Pista stem

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Italia Flite saddle / no-name seatpost (the Campy aero seatpost wasn't long enough!)

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Fiamme Hard Silver rim laced to Campagnolo Nuovo Record Pista hub / Tufo S3 Pro tire

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
matches front

Added over 3 years ago by onethirtynine. Last updated over 3 years ago.

Latest 20 Comments

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OldFireleg

OldFireleg says:

Please, a serial number for my Denti Master Strada (#607) prod.year identification.
Thx.

Posted about 1 month ago

fixer

fixer says:

Now that’s a beauty!

Posted 5 months ago

jaynelthepanda

jaynelthepanda says:

so sick! btw, what's the length of the cranks?

Posted 8 months ago

edirza

edirza says:

full campy !! where did you get that campy cog ??

Posted over 1 year ago

hmdns

hmdns says:

oh shit, I'm in love with your bike <3

Posted over 1 year ago

Mharisma

Mharisma says:

Superb!

Posted over 1 year ago

Ewwyou

Ewwyou says:

gorgeous!

Posted over 1 year ago

Fazz7

Fazz7 says:

Nice Geometry!
add to my fav

Posted almost 2 years ago

snorky

snorky says:

saw that front tire clearance and my jaw dropped. but if youre gonna be racing that, you should go clipless

Posted about 2 years ago

onethirtynine

onethirtynine says:

the old Dura Ace pedal/cleat system is a trackie favorite because there's no float and you are pretty much guaranteed to never unclip when you go for a hard sprint.

Posted about 2 years ago

snorky

snorky says:

oh my bad. i just saw the clips and assumed. how do you like those by the way?

Posted about 2 years ago

marc68ch

marc68ch says:

Love it! Great set up, great details. Check out my Denti Master road frame

Posted over 2 years ago

wombat

wombat says:

Just a Masterpiece.

Posted over 2 years ago

imran

imran says:

superb...

Posted over 2 years ago

Weezerwise

Weezerwise says:

Inspired by this bike I built a fixed conversion out of an old Faggin frame using the same colour pattern. Hope you don't mind I "stole" this from you. It's just so beautiful.

Posted almost 3 years ago

Van1ty

Van1ty says:

I never knew Seth Rogen was an Italian racer in the late 60s.

Posted almost 3 years ago

Weezerwise

Weezerwise says:

Most beautiful bike ever. I liked the fixfixfix-version with dark rims even more. Still absolutly stunning with all the detail (e.g. red bar ends)

Posted about 3 years ago

onethirtynine

onethirtynine says:

cheers! i like the darker Fiamme rims better too so i put them back on.

Posted almost 3 years ago

JaKrazyM8

JaKrazyM8 says:

Love at first sight.

Posted about 3 years ago

jdg

jdg says:

huge hot

Posted over 3 years ago

jdiaz12

jdiaz12 says:

Do you know what fork rake/offset is the fork? I have seen 35 as a common for threadless but I am trying to find a threadless fork that will give me a tight clearance like your fork.

Posted over 3 years ago

onethirtynine

onethirtynine says:

not sure of the fork rake but the head tube angle is really steep so that's the main reason for the tight clearance. if you haven't gotten your fork yet, get a Wound Up. best ever.

Posted almost 3 years ago

jdiaz12

jdiaz12 says:

Thanks, I have heard they are great forks!!!!

Posted almost 3 years ago

kcyvng

kcyvng says:

awesome bike!

Posted over 3 years ago

TheDame

TheDame says:

this is one of my favorites so far.

Posted over 3 years ago

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