Produced between 1983 and 1986, the Gios Professional was a racing bike developed by Gios together with the famous rider Roger De Vlaeminck
1983 Gios Professional, Columbus SL tubing 60 x 57cm, original Gios Blue painting
Original Gios fork / Campagnolo Record 1" Threaded Headset
Campagnolo 1049/A Strada Super Record 52/42 1982, Gios pantograph large ring, cranks 172.5 / Campagnolo 4031, Super Record bottom bracket
Campagnolo 1037 with Christophe toeclips / Look black
Freewheel Everest Oro 14-16-18-20-22-24 / Regina Extra SX
Front Campagnolo Super Record / Rear Campagnolo Super Record patented 1983 / Campagnolo Record shifters
Cinelli Giro D'Italia 64-40/Cinelli 1R for Gios/ white Benotto bar tape / Original Campagnolo brake lever hoods
Selle San Marco Concor Superleggera/Campagnolo Super Record 4051 seatpost Gios pantograph
Campagnolo 4061, Super Record (v2)/ Brake Calipers Campagnolo Record with original shield logo white hoods / Casiraghi Corsa Race Brake Cable/Housing
700c Mavic GP4 / 110mm Campagnolo Record low-flange, 36 hole F/R / skewers Campagnolo Record curved / Continental Giro
700c Mavic GP4 / 120mm Campagnolo Record low-flange, 36 hole F/R / skewers Campagnolo Record curved / Continental Giro
REG Italy dural bottle cage, Gios water bottle
On the way to the final outcome of the model, there were a very few prototypes which lacked the internally routed waterproof brake cable. As far as we have been told by Mr. Aldo Gios, at the time when the professional Clement team had to be presented to the press, they were still waiting the special rubber seals to be delivered. Just as the pictured bicycle with Roger De Vlaeminck from 1983, this exemplar of Gios Torino Professional was built without the internally routed rear brake cable, which was eventually added in late 1983.
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