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Moser 666

Complete Italian build. The frame is very rare - no longer in production, built by Moreno Moser in Trento, Italy. It's super light and stiff, incredibly fast but also comfortable. It helped me win short sprints and complete 200km+ gran fondos. Total weight including the bottle cages and pedals is 7.2kg. With my Bora Ultra 35 tubulars the weight is 6.9kg. All components are Italian.

Moser 666 Toray T700 handmade Italian frame with internal cable routing

Deda IN-5

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Record Ultra Torque Pressfit

Campagnolo Super Record Chain + Cassette

Campagnolo Record Complete Groupset

Deda Zero 100 Bars/Zero 1 Stem

Prologo Nago Evo Limited Edition/Deda Superleggera

Campagnolo Record

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Campagnolo Zonda - training/Campagnolo Bora Ultra35 - Race

Prologo Bartape

Added by rastibreza. Last updated almost 5 years ago.

As of almost 5 years ago, rastibreza has indicated that they no longer own this bike.



tewms says:

That saddle angle though?

Posted about 5 years ago


rastibreza says:

Official description: In the twilight of his successful racing career, Moreno Moser established his frameshop in his hometown of Trento. It is there that his craftsmen developed a reputation for building some of the world’s best steel frames. More recently, Moser embraced cutting edge technologies and was at the forefront of Italian carbon frame building. This 666 is a speedy frame with tube shapes optimized for speed with heavy consideration for all-day comfort. The 666 is the perfect bike to tackle your next Gran Fondo on. You’ll be crushing the climbs, carving corners like a pro, and looking like an all around badass in the paceline, all aboard this well rounded frameset built in Italy.

Posted about 5 years ago