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1991 Corima Cougar

The Corima Cougar itself is no ordinary frame. Approximately only a thousand units ever produced, its monocoque frame was made of carbon fiber in late 1991, apparently to be raced at the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992. Since it was intended to be professionally raced, each of them is precisely built to suit the athlete’s needs, while the rest of the frames are manufactured strictly in a few sizes only. Also, Chris Boardman broke the world Hour Record using one of these in 1993. (via Rangga Panji, Panclean Cycles)

Frame:
Corima Cougar (1991)

Fork/Headset:
Stronglight JDX94

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Record Pista (48T)

Pedals:
N/A

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Cog: Shimano Dura-Ace (14T) / Lock Ring: Campagnolo / Chainring: Campagnolo Record Pista/ Chain: Izumi Super Toughness (NJS)

Handlebars/Stem:
Handlebar: Corima Manta / Stem: Profile Design Ti-Look (100 mm.)

Saddle/Seatpost:
Saddle: Corima Carbon Aero Ellipse (25.0 mm.) / Seatpost: Tune Komm-Vor Plus

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Wheel: Corima 4 Spokes (700c) / Tire: Continental Gatorskin Tubular (700c)

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Wheel: Corima 4 Spokes (700c) / Tire: Continental Gatorskin Tubular (700c)

Accessories:
MKS Chain Tensioners (NJS)

Added by YPChakree. Last updated 29 days ago.

4 Comments

jose925936

jose925936 says:

Insanely great. Cycling is oxygen for the soul.

Posted 28 days ago

Guillaume

Guillaume says:

incredibly beautiful ! congratulations.

Posted 3 months ago

ianiscaratti

ianiscaratti says:

oldschool vibes

Posted 4 months ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

Can’t beat the classic!

Posted 4 months ago