New owner already. Loved that bike. Here is some information provided by the son of frame's constructor Reginald Vorontsov, and also found by my friend Bartek Kulesza: There were only 52 Moscow 80 frames build - all together, track and road ones. Frame was designed for individual and team races at 4 km., and for group races. It is build from Ishiwata 019 tubes. Weight frame+fork - about 2500g! There are two logos on headtube: first is Takhion - since frame designer started building that frames soon after (also the colour of the frame is the main Takhion colour). 2nd logo is HVZ (XB3) - Kharkov bicycle factory. They helped in the production of some frames so this two logos point to the cooperation on building this one.The frame I owe was made for track racer S. Baranov from Tula. This frames were usually equiped with Soviet copies of Campagnolo, designed by the same company that was responsible for the frames. Sometimes Zeus components were used, but of course riders also used Campagnolo parts.
Campagnolo / Campagnolo
Campagnolo / Christophe toe clips / Alfredo Binda straps
Cosmos Mod. Sprint / 3ttt
cinelli unicator / Velo Orange
Added by killy1. Last updated over 9 years ago.
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