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1980's Scapin pista (sold)

Umberto Scapin founded his eponymous brand in 1957, following a highly respectable career as a professional cyclist. From the very beginning, it was his intention to make incredibly unique bicycles, made by hand and finished with a fastidious attention to detail. . Early models from Umberto’s workshop are rare and unusual. Cromovelato paintwork was occasionally used, lugs were highly refined and some models included superb pantographs. Not one, however, was the same. Some were even gold plated, and as far as bicycles are concerned, Scapin created the most precious frames in history. . In a cotemporary context, Scapin is regarded as potentially the most prestigious and flamboyant brand in the Italian bike industry. Both in production and design, Scapin bikes are the choice of only the most obsessive connoisseurs. Nothing has been lost from Umberto’s philosophy; quality, detail and individuality are the cornerstones of modern Scapin bicycles. Craftsmanship, despite modern production methods, remains at the forefront of Scapin products, which are still made in Italy to this day. I dont think there are allot of trackframes made by Umberto Scapin. . Frameset was used in the velodrome as a trainingsframe, hence the respray. I will try to see if i can see any reminisce of the original paintjob. . 58cm center center 59cm center top 58cm top tube

Frame:
Columbus SL

Fork/Headset:
Columbus SL / Campagnolo Gran Sport strada

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
/ Gipiemme special pista.

Saddle/Seatpost:
27.2mm

More Info:
*sold*

Added by kobe. Last updated about 2 months ago.

As of about 2 months ago, kobe has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

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