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Ferriveloci Mod B "english breakfast"

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Frame:
FERRIVELOCI MOD B

Fork/Headset:
FERRIVELOCI / DURA ACE 7410 NJS

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
DURA ACE 7600 / DURA ACE 7600 NJS

Pedals:
DURA ACE 7400

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
DURA ACE NJS/ SHIMANO ZEN OLYMPIC

Handlebars/Stem:
NITTO B123 NJS/ NITTO JAGUAR NJS

Saddle/Seatpost:
ARIAKE JAGUAR II NJS

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
DURA ACE 7600 /ARAYA SUPER AERO -SA/730- /TUFO CALIBRA

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
DURA ACE 7600 /ARAYA SUPER AERO -SA/730- /TUFO CALIBRA

Accessories:
SOYO HIGH GRIPS

More Info:
+FERRIVELOCI+ Paolo Paciucci, having obtained a degree in industrial design from ISIA in Rome, moved to Milan to continue his studies at the Polytechnic of Milan. In this period he recaptured his passion for cycling by frequently visiting ‘ciclofficine’ (a ciclofficina is a place where people help each other repair bicycles for free - or for the cost of the spare parts) especially focusing on the history of components and frame builders of the past. After years of militancy on the pages of fixedforum, a cultural and educational enrichment website focusing on track bikes, he met Mario Camilotto. After two years of extraordinary stories from the Master, Paolo asked him to teach him everything he knows about the construction of steel frames, in order to pass on the know-how that would otherwise be lost. They spent 7 months of intense planning, the result of which was the reproduction of unique instruments and tools built by Mario 30 years before in his laboratory. After obtaining a second degree in industrial design focused on the world of bicycles, Paolo has begun the long process of learning the techniques of design and construction of steel frames and forks. Gianmaria Citron was born in Veneto in 1983. At the age of 20 he moved to Milan to study design at the polytechnic, where in 2008 he graduated in Industrial Design with special focus on ergonomics. In 2010 he moved to Tokyo where he studied Design at Geijutsu Tokyo Daigaku (Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music), and worked in the Nendo studio. After returning to Italy he worked for a few months with Sovrappensiero Design Studio. His love of bikes began in 2009, when he started visiting the most famous forum for "fixed gear" bikes in Italy, Fixedforum. His interest focused on the history of the great masters and bicycle brands, and, subsequently, to the study of the aesthetic/architectural details of frames, especially those made of steel. In 2012 he had the good fortune of participating in a workshop with Dario Pegoretti, where, for the first time, he undertook the construction of a steel frame. On the strength of valuable knowledge gained during the workshop, and fascinated by the stories and inspiration of Mario Camilotto, together with Paolo, he decided to start the Ferriveloci adventure.

Added by ikay. Last updated over 5 years ago.

16 Comments

grahamedinburgh

grahamedinburgh says:

Beautiful

Posted over 4 years ago

B96

B96 says:

Love seeing other bikes with a wishbone seat stay like mine, but this is incredible! love it!

Posted over 5 years ago

2pwsmith

2pwsmith says:

this thing is incredible, looks like such a comfortable ride. your collection is classy. as. fuck.

Posted over 5 years ago

hexagonsun

hexagonsun says:

Gorgeous bike frame and craftsmanship. However, I wonder how stiff that rear triangle is with the wishbone seat stay so far removed from the seat cluster. Also, something about this just looks wrong with all the njs dura-ace. A full campy build would have really completed it for me.

Posted over 5 years ago

strange

strange says:

i like it....

Posted over 5 years ago

GromCake

GromCake says:

Stunning. The Dura Ace group is incredible paired with this frame.

Posted over 5 years ago

Bnut43

Bnut43 says:

That brazed/lugged wishbone stay is weird to me, but overall really cool.

Posted over 5 years ago

CUMBOT

CUMBOT says:

... right choice on the pedals!

Posted over 5 years ago

nelsonfung21

nelsonfung21 says:

seriously the fork does not touch the tire?

Posted over 5 years ago

BlackForestRolle

BlackForestRolle says:

tight!!!

Posted over 5 years ago

stalag13

stalag13 says:

beautiful. I think a no drop/rise stem and shallower drops, i.e. non-NJS bits for the cockpit, would really set this off. but beautiful ride nonetheless.

Posted over 5 years ago

hmdns

hmdns says:

This baby's perfect! The only thing I dislike about this bike is the slack chain :(

Posted over 5 years ago

sonomike

sonomike says:

And just level the bars with the top tube, and yeah, perfect! Hai fatto bene, bravo!

Posted over 5 years ago

ElToro

ElToro says:

Oh my heavenly father ... this is 100%

Posted over 5 years ago

sublime

sublime says:

amazing man!

wishboneeeeee

Posted over 5 years ago

ridingfixed

ridingfixed says:

Wowowowowowowow that's nice love the wishbone seatstay and chrome accents, where did you get your chainring! I can't find one anywhere

Posted over 5 years ago