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Marinoni Special 1981

Newly restored - 90% vintage parts. Original rims and hubs re-laced with new Sapim spokes and 130mm rear axle conversion by me. Paint refresh and cold set to 130mm rear spacing by Marinoni shop. New bearings and Phil Wood grease in headset, pedals, and hubs (BB is sealed).

1981 Marinoni Special (Columbus SL) / Campagnolo dropouts

Marinoni Special fork (Columbus SL) / Campagnolo droupouts / Edco Competion headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo NR / Mavic 600RD BB (sealed)

Look PP75

Sun Race 13-28t 7-speed freewheel / Campagnolo NR 53-42t / Shimano Ultraglide chain

Campagnolo NR rear derailleur / Dura Ace front derailleur / Campagnolo NR downtube shifters

Dajia Cycleworks Shallow Drop Handlebar - 40 cm / Velo Orange Quill Adapter and 90mm Stem

MEC Standard / Deda RS01 seatpost

Modolo Professional calipers (short) and levers (non-aero) in gold

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Nisi Solidal 36h rim / Dura Ace 1st gen low flange hub / Continental Giro tubular

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Nisi Solidal 36h rim / Dura Ace 1st gen low flange hub / Continental Giro tubular

Filzer ALX silver water bottle cage

Bike History

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

  1. Initial
  2. Spring 2019

Current Stage Info:

This stage makes the bike more rideable since I can't use the slammed 3ttt stem and 38cm handlebars anymore. Same goes for the Concor Supercorsa saddle and tired Gipiemme seatpost. I also swapped a different set of wheels with a 13-28t 7-speed freewheel since I can't get any Dura Ace cogs for the 12-19t 6-speed cassette (HB-7260). Finally I changed the Campy pedals so I can ride clipless.

Added by CarGuy. Last updated about 5 years ago.



dePepermans says:


Posted about 5 years ago


CarGuy says:

I like your collection, especially the Masi. Very nice.

Posted about 5 years ago


dePepermans says:

Thanks! The Masi is nice indeed ;)

Posted about 5 years ago