About this Bike Frame:
Stunning example of the timeless classic , designed by and featuring 'GILCO' shaped tubing by Columbus.
Top Tube Centre to Centre:54cm
Seat Tube ; Top to Centre: 55cm & Centre to Centre:54cm
Wheels Required: 700c
Clearance for wheels : 138mm/108mm
Frame weight ( as in picture)
Features: Precisa Fork, Star shaped Tubing by GILCO (Columbus), Chrome Forks, Stays & Cut out Lugs , Art Deco design , two bottle cage ports, brazed on mount for front derailleur, down tube gear cable guides.
Frame carries the mark of Robert Gibanel on the rear stays. Gibanel rode the Tour de France in the 50's/60's riding for teams Peugeot & Hutchinson, later becoming a bike shop owner in the South West Pyrenees.
Included : Bottom Bracket & Headset
A used frame with a few marks , it has some rub close to were the cable lays across the frame to the rear brake., this in addition to a small chip of paint in the area of the offside cable guide on the down tube. In addition a few small marks are showing on the chrome on both sides of the Precisa forks., which is superficial.
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Specifications are listed below:
You will be buying a used bike frame, so please be aware of the following;
A note about our used bicycles & Frames. All Items are genuine vintage and whilst in full working order, may also so show signs of age or own some distinguishing marks. As well as these signs of character there may also be some signs of rust (faint and few) and some signs of mottling on the chrome. Where possible we have tried to show these on photographs. These small imperfections are commensurate with what is expected of a bike of this age.The bikes are not new.
Colnago Master Olympic Art Deco Competition Frameset (GILCO)
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Please Note. Full Bicycles normally prove too costly to most countries. Frames and smaller parcels not so.
Please also be aware that you may also be required to pay import duties on arrival to your country