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Dave Moulton "Special Professional Road"

I had looked on and off for 10 years , then this one popped up on ebay not only in the correct size but the color I wanted, this frame was built and painted by dave while he leased a space from MASI in California.

1983 custom built by dave himself with Reynolds 531, go to Facebook and search Dave Moulton Bikes !

Chrome crown / chris king

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
1984 Campagnolo Super Record


Campagnolo/ 12-25/sks

Campagnolo Super Record

170mm drop track/ Cinelli 110mm

Brooks/Campagnolo Super Record

Campagnolo Record

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Sun CR18 / origin8/Vittoria

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Sun CR18 / origin8/Vittoria

Added by wacowacko. Last updated almost 9 years ago.



Huntani says:

Check my bike list to see some pics of this bike when it was brand new! So glad you are giving it a great home.

Posted almost 7 years ago


henry510 says:

how could you not be a fan of those bars, classic style.

Posted about 9 years ago


kenzo1979 says:

Very nice - beautiful build. I have similar Campy SR components on my original Paris Sport (built by Cuevas) from the late 70's still going strong on a commuter. I agree though, keep the Benotto tape (remember it well), but a different color. Or, go with Tressostar (sp?) cloth adhesive still available and right for the era of build- otherwise you have a lovely vintage.

Posted about 9 years ago


Muaddib says:

Beautiful bike. I'm not a fan of the handlebars or grip tape, but the rest of it is gorgeous. Can we get some closeups of those dropouts?

Posted about 9 years ago


wacowacko says:

Sure when the wheels come off the next time I shoot a pic or two , they are Campagnolo, as far as the bars I have always dug how the deep drops on a vintage racer looked , the tape is my favorite by Benotto, thanks for reply

Posted about 9 years ago


wacowacko says:

Campagnolo dropout pictures for ya

Posted almost 9 years ago