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[FOR SALE] My Moser Donna Amatori

A late 1970's-early 1980's rare Moser Donna Amatori joined the collection. The previous owner had sold the parts away when I got the frame but I decided to rebuild it full Gipiemme Sprint, as it was on the catalog (Simplex, Ofmega or Gipiemme built). The goal : Make the perfect daily bike for my -always classy- girlfriend. :) The bike's a real toad/race bike. Even if it has this "female" geometry and the moustache handlebars, it is as responsive as my Rossin, Faggin, Liotto or Concorde "male" race frames. The frame is a little big for her (she's more a 54 person than the frame's 56) althoug, with the very short stem and the special handlebars with reverted brake levers, the position is more than confortable. She likes it and I must admit I'm a little jealous.

Frame:
Moser Donna Amatori (Columbus Aelle tubing)

Fork/Headset:
Moser Donna Amatori

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Gipiemme Crono Sprint crankset (52/39) on Gipiemme BB

Pedals:
Gipiemme Cribi Sprint

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Maillard 7 speeds cassette (11/28)

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Gipiemme Crono Sprintx (Simplex LJ4000 rebadged)

Handlebars/Stem:
Nitto moustache RM016 handlebars on 3TTT Record mod II (50mm)

Saddle/Seatpost:
Brooks B17 Professional S on Gipiemme Crono Sprint fluted seatpost.

Brakes:
Gipiemme Crono Sprint calipers on Tektro reverted levers.

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Rigida DP18 on Gipiemme Crono Sprint hub (tagged "Bianchi")

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Rigida DP18 on Gipiemme Crono Sprint hub (tagged "Bianchi")

Accessories:
Brooks cork tape, and Velo Orange toe clips.

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. THE BIKE IS FOR SALE.

Current Stage Info:

ATTENTION ATTENTION, I'm selling this beauty.

Wanna make a beautiful christmas present to you or the woman you love ?

Follow the link: http://www.pedalroom.com/forums/marketp...

Added by sebpep. Last updated almost 2 years ago.

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dietrootbeer

dietrootbeer says:

did you end up selling? forever kicking myself for not jumping on this

Posted almost 2 years ago

sebpep

sebpep says:

Nah. I ended up putting it on display in a friend's design shop and it's been there since. To be honest I had kinda forgotten about it. Never tried to sell it again until now. GUESS THAT'S YOUR CHANCE, MAN ! :D

Posted almost 2 years ago

dietrootbeer

dietrootbeer says:

I love this thing

Posted about 3 years ago

sebpep

sebpep says:

Well... It can be yours. ;-)

Posted about 3 years ago

dietrootbeer

dietrootbeer says:

I wish :(

I wouldn't even insult you with an offer - plus I imagine the shipping would be crazy!

Posted about 3 years ago

sebpep

sebpep says:

Shipping for the US is around 100usd. O:)

Posted about 3 years ago

pwebb88

pwebb88 says:

dang homie, i feel like she is either gone or pregnant, either way good luck my friend. beautiful bike

Posted over 3 years ago

sebpep

sebpep says:

New love story going on. Building another Moser for her, btw. Gonna make this a tradition i guess. Haha

Posted over 3 years ago

pwebb88

pwebb88 says:

haha better than the options i proposed. I hope the next build is as nice as this one

Posted over 3 years ago

sebpep

sebpep says:

Will be a more versatile single speed built from a 1990's Moser Corsa. She wants to be able to ride it every day. Let's face it: that one was wayyyy to nice for a daily bike. ;)

Posted over 3 years ago

GrayEminence

GrayEminence says:

Hi, Moser Donna Super Sprint don’t bild in Columus tubes http://bulgier.net/pics/bike/Catalogs/m...
Maybe this Donna Amatori? http://bulgier.net/pics/bike/Catalogs/m...

Posted almost 7 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

Top shelf build.French parts and mixte frame seem like a recipe for disaster best this is far from it!! Lucky girl.

Posted almost 7 years ago

sebpep

sebpep says:

Good thing Moser and Gipiemme are both italian, then. :p

(Gi Pi Emme, G.P.M. with italian pronounciation, means "Gran Premio della Montagna", Mountain's Grand Prix.)

Anyway, thanks for the like. :p

Posted almost 7 years ago

sebpep

sebpep says:

(But ok, I'll give it to you, LS4000 deraileur group was built by Simplex and only rebadged by Gipiemme.)

Posted almost 7 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

Well,I always thought they were French because I always had threading problems like with Pugs.Anyway they're nice different from usual Campy or Shimano.

Posted almost 7 years ago

sebpep

sebpep says:

I assume the brand produced parts with different threadings. But can't confirm it. ;-)

Posted almost 7 years ago

Kevin_R

Kevin_R says:

Well photographed and built!

Posted almost 7 years ago

MoonK_Bicycle

MoonK_Bicycle says:

Dream Bike. Sweet build

Posted almost 7 years ago

mktng

mktng says:

so. sick.
wow

Posted almost 7 years ago

Ewwyou

Ewwyou says:

I wish i had a gf! dope build!

Posted almost 7 years ago

sebpep

sebpep says:

Believe me, it's fun riding it even if you're a man. I can forget it's a girl's bike after two minutes of ride!

Thanks for the compliment, anyway, and good luck for your search of the perfect mate. :p

Posted almost 7 years ago

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