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Stelbel Pista Inseguimento (1983)

Vintage Italian pursuit bike from the 80's by Stelio Belletti, pioneer of TIG Welding Process. Overhauled by Cicli Corsa Classico Restoration Service (#ccclassico & #ccclassicorestoration), Stelbel & Live to Ride Bike Shop (BKK). More stories are featured in Cycle EXIF: http://www.cycleexif.com/stelbel-pista-iseguimento

Frame:
Stelbel (1983) with Ovalized Columbus SL Tubeset

Fork/Headset:
Fork: 4th generation Stelbel Fork (forged Columbus SL Tube, which is 1.8 inches longer than ordinary 650c fork for installing stem in upside-down position) with Shimano UFP-10 Fork Tips & Dropouts / Headset: Gipiemme Special Pista with Dust Cap

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Crankset: Gipiemme Special Pista (50T) / BB: Gipiemme Special Pista

Pedals:
Gipiemme Special Pista with Gipiemme Toe Clips & Stelbel Toe Starps

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Cog: Shimano Dura-Ace (13T) / Lock Ring: Campagnolo / Chainring: Gipiemme Special Pista / Chain: Bee

Handlebars/Stem:
Handlebars: 3ttt Moscow (prototype model with no markings & coatings) / Stem: 3ttt Mod. 2 (70 mm.)

Saddle/Seatpost:
Saddle: Vetta 200 / Seatpost: 3ttt Aerodinamico (25.0 mm.)

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Rim: Ambrosio 19 Extra Elite Aerodynamic / Hub: Gipiemme Special Pista (36H) / Tire: Panaracer Practice (650 x 19c)

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Rim: Ambrosio 19 Extra Elite Aerodynamic / Hub: Gipiemme Special Pista (36H) / Tire: Vittoria Corsa (700 x 23c)

Accessories:
MKS Chain Tensioners (NJS) & Gipiemme Bar End Plugs

More Info:
Overhauled by Cicli Corsa Classico Restoration Service in Bergamo, Italy., Collaborated with Stelbel & Live to Ride Bike Shop (BKK) with precious signature of framebuilder, Mr. Stelio Belletti on top tube. All components are from Mr. Belletti's suggestion to bring back the originality when this bike touched on track in 1983

Bike History

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

  1. Campy & FiR parts
  2. Bring back the Originality

Added by YPChakree. Last updated about 1 year ago.

Latest 20 Comments

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Crnkspinnr

Crnkspinnr says:

Outstanding! It really looks great in full track kit.
Beautiful history.

Posted almost 3 years ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

Sorry for lately respond. Thank you sir! :D

Posted about 2 years ago

elbarto

elbarto says:

This is wonderful, was it tig welded?

Posted almost 3 years ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

Yes, the framebuider is the master of TIG Welding since 70's ;)

Posted almost 3 years ago

steelbuddie

steelbuddie says:

What a freaky construction :-D

Posted almost 3 years ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

Trust me it's really fun to ride!

Posted almost 3 years ago

HHC

HHC says:

Nice bike,

Did you put a quill stem upside down through the bottom of the fork?

Posted over 3 years ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

No, It's a framebuilder idea from 1983 to increase the inclined position of the rider :)

Posted over 3 years ago

HHC

HHC says:

Yes, but did you acheive that by putting a quill stem upside down through the bottom of the fork?

Posted over 3 years ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

Yes, and that makes me backache..

Posted over 3 years ago

HHC

HHC says:

have you put anything in the top of the fork to block it off?

Posted over 3 years ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

No sir, actually I have a dust cap that adapted it from bar-end plug but it prefer to keep it real.

Posted over 3 years ago

HHC

HHC says:

Ah, sorry about this inquisition but am genuinely interested. How did you cope with the clearances; sizing down on the front wheel?

Posted over 3 years ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

It's OK sir, I'm really pleased to answer any questions. If this bike setting with this geometry, it muse using 650 x 19c for front wheel because the gap between stem and tyre are not enough to put an ordinary 650 (x20-x23) tyres.

Posted over 3 years ago

kobe

kobe says:

Really nice man how u build this up together
such a piece of history!!

Posted almost 4 years ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

Thank you so much for your comments sir! :)

Posted almost 4 years ago

Psy

Psy says:

Just fantastic! The whole build is wonderful, and this bike is such an awesome piece of history. I love it!

Posted over 4 years ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

Thank you sir. Thank you :)

Posted about 4 years ago

Ashok_Captain

Ashok_Captain says:

Historic bike! And you've really gone through a lot of effort in the restoration. A salute! Thanks for sharing.

Posted over 4 years ago

YPChakree

YPChakree says:

Thank you for your comment! :)

Posted over 4 years ago

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