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1980's Mino Denti strada (sold)

Mino Denti (born February 5, 1945 in Soncino) is a former Italian cyclist. Equipped with good skills of chrono, he was part of several times the Italian representative for the team time trial (reserved for amateurs) at the world championships on the road , managing to get the victory in 1965 and a third place in 1966 . Also in 1966, he won the prestigious French stage race Tour de l'Avenir , thanks to a great regularity in the course of twelve stages. Turned pro in 1967 , he immediately getting some good placings in minor races but especially coming seventh in the final standings of the Tour de Romandie and taking part in the Tour of Italy ; the following year the season was less satisfactory with one important result, seventh place in the Trofeo Laigueglia , however, is taking part in the Tour de France (61º in the general classification) and the Vuelta a España (abandonment). 1969 was the best year ever, with good placings in the Italian classic, two sixth places respectively at the Giro dell'Emilia and the Coppa Sabatini and two seventh places in the Tour and in the Baracchi Trophy , the latter paired with Emilio Casalini . He obtained also the first and only hit with pro , September 21 at the prestigious Giro del Veneto , ahead of Michele Dancelli and Giancarlo Polidori . In 1970 he received no successes or notable placings; a serious fall in the sixth stage of the Tour of Italy and then forced him to the final withdrawal of racing. From 1971 to 1983 he was director of sports in amateur categories with over 400 victories; among runners he directed there was, among others, Roberto Visentini , world champion Under-19 in 1975 and then the winner among professionals of the Tour of Italy in 1986 . 62 CC 64 CT 60 TT

Columbus SL

Columbus SL / Campagnolo C record

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo C record / Campagnolo C record


53-42 / 20-12 8sp / Campagnolo C record / Sedis

Campagnolo C record / Campagnolo C record

Cinelli 65-40 / Cinelli 1a 120mm

Pro / Campagnolo C record

Campagnolo C record delta 2nd gen

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Campagnolo / Campagnolo C record / Continental

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic / Campagnolo C record / Continental

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Bike History

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  1. Initial
  2. Stage 2.

Current Stage Info:

Finished last year
Forgot to add these pictures.

Added by kobe. Last updated about 5 years ago.

As of about 5 years ago, kobe has indicated that they no longer own this bike.



ghostridethewhip says:


Posted over 7 years ago


WimVDD says:

Maybe we just should mail them as the firm still exists. ;-)

Posted almost 8 years ago


WimVDD says:

Nice frame!

Do you know more on the Denti frame timeline? I -accidentaly- found myself a Denti Master frameset (with crimped tubing) but can't find anything on what era it might be from.


Posted almost 8 years ago


kobe says:

Thank you Wim :)

I have to say there is almost no info about "Denti" frames on the web...

Im still searching info

Posted almost 8 years ago