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Tomas steeI italian frame

Frame:
Tomas hand built frame in Columbus Aelle

Fork/Headset:
Generic Road chromed fork / tange Seiki 1" sealed bearings

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Miche primato 170mm

Pedals:
Wellgo old road pedals

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
48/17 - 48/15 Condor Cycles cogs. KMC Chain

Handlebars/Stem:
Satori track / Ciclolinea 80s NOS tape / 3ttt 120mm

Saddle/Seatpost:
Uno generic

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Open cd SUP Ceramic/Shimano 105/Continental UltraSport

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Taurus/BLB/Continental SuperSport Plus

Bike History

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

  1. Initial
  2. Stage 2
  3. Stage 3

Added by JanLemons. Last updated almost 9 years ago.

11 Comments

B96

B96 says:

Looks nice! The pop of color from the handlebar tape looks sweet

Posted almost 9 years ago

HNFXD

HNFXD says:

the bar tape looks so mad! really like the build

Posted almost 9 years ago

JanLemons

JanLemons says:

thanks!

Posted almost 9 years ago

dcondankz68

dcondankz68 says:

sweet frame..

Posted over 9 years ago

JanLemons

JanLemons says:

thanks! yours is very nice too!

Posted over 9 years ago

dcondankz68

dcondankz68 says:

thanks dude!

Posted over 9 years ago

mktng

mktng says:

sweet. join the Tomas club.
rare pre tomassini(sp) frames :P

Posted over 9 years ago

JanLemons

JanLemons says:

Tanks! your's great to! the only 2 Tomas bikes I've found on internet are yours and this other one: https://picasaweb.google.com/1172891744...
As far as I am concerned, it has nothing to do with Tommasini bikes.. If it does, and you have more info about it, it will be nice to hear about!

Posted over 9 years ago

mktng

mktng says:

yea i remember asking the L'EROICA group what Tomas was. They said it was pre Tomassini, same builder. His own build before getting big. Who knows. The frame I have shows great signs of detail, campagnolo drop outs and the works. Its nice. Rare and Columbus :) haha. where did you find yours?

Posted over 9 years ago

JanLemons

JanLemons says:

Second hand, in a spanish bike forum. The past owner took it from ebay and did not know nothing about the brand. Mine has generic drop outs, and its in columbus Aelle, which is the cheapest one. Anyway, I love it!

As for the Tommasini story, I also heard about it, but in bikeforums.net (http://www.bikeforums.net/archive/index...) they say it was Thomas, not Tomas. Besides that, someone there says it's from a Padova's framebuider who worked for Vetta, and built these Tomas for some local shops in the 80s.
By the way, who knows..it's always fine having an unknown story frame and try to discover the more about it!
cheers and let's hope some other Tomas appears around here :D

Posted over 9 years ago

Julle

Julle says:

nice!!

Posted over 9 years ago