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Cinelli Super Corsa SC track bike 1960

www.campafreak.com Cinelli track bike from 1960 This bike from around 1960 could be traced back to Hans Mangold a teammate of Rudi Altig in the late 50ties till Rudi Altig turned pro in 1960. This bike is almost in the condition of the 60ties, with the exception of the Continental Sonderklasse 175 pista tubulars which are from 1985 and the Unicanitor M55 saddle, as the bike found it's way from the velodrome to the first collector. I got told that the original saddle was a Brooks Swallow. From practical experience I know that old track bike were used till the mid 80ties by the clubs as pool bikes for the events on the velodrome. The same destiny has hapened to the Schwinn Paramount track #E74376 - May 1974 which has been used till the turn of the millennium in Rochester Hills,Mi velodrome. Details

Frame:
Cinelli Sc Super Corsa Track

Fork/Headset:
the headset has a additional pinch-clamp device which could be seen in those days.

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
the bike has a full Campy track outfit, with second gen cranks with raised lip (eye-let around the pedal hole) rotating around a 'Con Sfere 3/16"' bottom bracket, 'NO Record' Record hubs , pista pedals con dente with spindles which have the 1st gen O-ring seal, and skip tooth (1" pitch) drive train.

Pedals:
pista pedals con dente with spindles which have the 1st gen O-ring seal

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
the bike has a full Campy track outfit, with second gen cranks with raised lip (eye-let around the pedal hole) rotating around a 'Con Sfere 3/16"' bottom bracket, 'NO Record' Record hubs , pista pedals con dente with spindles which have the 1st gen O-ring seal, and skip tooth (1" pitch) drive train.

Handlebars/Stem:
Cinelli Milano steel bar and stem

Saddle/Seatpost:
Campy two bolt seat post

Brakes:
no

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
The wheels are 3 cross laced without the later popular tying and soldering of the outer most spoke crossing. The Fiamme trapezoid rims were the choice of many riders.

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
The wheels are 3 cross laced without the later popular tying and soldering of the outer most spoke crossing. The Fiamme trapezoid rims were the choice of many riders.

Added by campafreak. Last updated about 9 years ago.

7 Comments

Vonruden

Vonruden says:

Favorite! Want

Posted about 6 years ago

kobe

kobe says:

what a beauty...
wel done sir

Posted about 6 years ago

ProjectP

ProjectP says:

Wow!

Posted over 7 years ago

slangen

slangen says:

Love it!

Posted almost 8 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

Old skool rules! Love your collection!

Posted about 8 years ago

IRLeo

IRLeo says:

Thats one beefy chainring. But 27 tooth? Inch pitch seems crazy, tho less resistance... I mean shimano did the 10 pitch gruppo in the 80's but didn't catch on...again. Still very beautiful.

Posted almost 10 years ago

Coomer

Coomer says:

That's a beautiful bike! Very nice work!

Posted almost 10 years ago