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Pelizzoli Pista GP

The original plan was to dress this baby up with a full (vintage if I can find 'em) Italian parts set up. But as with anything in life, original+pretty = expensive. Family is prio #1 so whatever functions + looks good will do for now.

Frame:
54cm Columbus SL, fully lugged

Fork/Headset:
Columbus, 1" thread head / Campagnolo Nuovo Record Headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Gipiemme Special Pista S1 170mm / Campagnolo cups + 109 mm Gipiemme special pista axle

Pedals:
Campagnolo 1038 Record Pista Pedals (standard) 1960s/70s / Ale Rapid toe clips

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
16t cog / chainring 48t / 1/8"

Derailleurs/Shifters:
-

Handlebars/Stem:
Nitto B123 CrMo / 3 ttt Mod. 3 Pista clone (80 mm 58° 1" clamp - from Aliexpress)

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Italia Storika / San Marco "G.S" fluted seat post 27.2 mm

Brakes:
-

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Fiamme Ergal / Campagnolo 1036 Record pista / Vittoria Rally tube 700x21c black/tan

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Fiamme Ergal / Campagnolo 1036 Record pista / Wolber tube 700x21c black/tan

Bike History

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

  1. Initial
  2. reboot
  3. Talking 'bout slow
  4. Stage 4
  5. Stage 5
  6. Stage 6

Added by 808sfixie. Last updated about 4 years ago.

Latest 20 Comments

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whisky

whisky says:

nice color

Posted almost 4 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

it's starting to look like a bike

Posted about 4 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

Wheels, handlebar and those pretty perforated Ducson Grand Prix toe clips are on their way. Yay 🤘

Posted about 4 years ago

staylurkn

staylurkn says:

i always wondered how this geo would be for a steel crit bike! sweet ride

Posted about 4 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

I've been wondering for 7 yrs but I'll soon find out :)

Posted about 4 years ago

creepdontsleep

creepdontsleep says:

Dope! Cant wait to see your build! I waited for 5-6months for mine!

Posted almost 11 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

art cannot be rushed :)

Posted almost 11 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

Sorry guys but I've been busy attending to other matters.
It looks like my Peli' is finally on its way - yay! Expect to receive it in a few days. It did take (quite) a bit longer than the advertised 50-60 days but since last summer sucked big time, I didn't bother too much. I believe I have everything i need to build it up so that's a nice job for next weekend :)
The pic that I've added is supposed to be my frame set. Of course I'll post some more shots once it has arrived. Stay tuned...
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Posted almost 11 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

anything?

Posted about 11 years ago

dv10x5

dv10x5 says:

This will be sweet when its built...

Posted over 11 years ago

strange

strange says:

i cant wait to see it complete..

Posted over 11 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

me too - countdown timer's been updated :) Averaging almost 40 views per day (!) since posting so there definitely is some interest in a Peli' Pista GP. Well, at least Pelizzoli gets some hits and probably some orders as well, and they should. No, I'm not sponsored/, but wouldn't mind of course :)
slowly the parts are arriving at my door. Got the BB today. Awaiting headset (from US) and pedals (HillaryStone - UK). Been eyeing some nice Campy seatposts on ebay and chainrings elsewhere but I keep reminding myself that I should keep the focus on my main project (a car :) for 3yrs now so obviously there's choices to be made. Oh, did I mention that i saw a real nice set of Gipiemme Pista techno 032 wheels? :)

Posted over 11 years ago

strange

strange says:

you saw it or you bought it?! ;-)

Posted over 11 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

Noooo, only saw but not gonna buy :) Can't afford "nice to haves" at this moment.

Posted over 11 years ago

strange

strange says:

yes. i know. prices are good...its former ciöcc builder as far as i know...

Posted over 11 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

you're right, [Giovanni] Pelizzoli did create the Ciöcc brand in '69 but apparently sold it in '80, so technically speaking he isn't involved in post 80s Ciöcc bikes/frames :)
btw, I managed to locate a reasonably priced Gipiemme special pista BB set to match my crankset. Hope I'll get a positive answer tomorrow. x-ing my fingers!

Posted over 11 years ago

strange

strange says:

and? did you get it? ;-). what wheelset you will ride? :-)

Posted over 11 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

yes! dude's got two sets so I need to check with him which one I'm gonna take.
I've got a set of brand new low profile alloy rims with Ambrosio hubs. They're on my Peugeot for now. No deep V type of wheels cuz they make the bike look so bulky. Besides, I just love the old skool look :)

Posted over 11 years ago

strange

strange says:

yeah..you are right about the rims..low flange rims will look great. :-)

Posted over 11 years ago

808sfixie

808sfixie says:

Yay, I managed to get hold of 60s/70s Campa record track pedals in good/excellent condition for a reasonable £69 :) So I only need to decide on the chainring size and then I'm set =)

Posted over 11 years ago

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