CBT Italia Columbus Frame
About this Bike Frame:
A beautiful frame
Columbus Gara Steel Frame & Forks
Crushed Seat Tube
Cinelli - type crown
Chrome Rear Stays
Internal cable routing for brake
Clamp for front deraileuer
Cable guides for gears
Nicely crafted rear bridge
Shifter Braze ons
Original Miche Bottom Bracket and Headset - both have been removed and regreased
High quality handmade Italian racing Frame from Artisan Frame builder in Cuneo, Italy, former Maillot Jaune winning bicycle of the Tour de France (2002 - Women)
Some marks - Under top tube (head tube end) - Brake cable rub , top of tube , couple chips , Under down tube , couple chips, some speckles near bb. All could be addressed with the right colour match, so no repain needed. other use marks as you'd expect
C.B.T. Italia (Construction Bicycles Tardivo
Italian manufacturer started building frames in 70's & 80's , still building today. During those years steel was the only material used for bicycle frames, but C.B.T. Italia was already able to distinguish its products by introducing chrome fork ends and crushed seat tubes to obtain a shorter chain stay.
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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.
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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