Benotto 3000

Benotto, an iconic bicycle brand with roots in Italy, is known for its history in cycling and its high-quality bicycles. Founded by Giacinto Benotto in 1931, the brand has a rich tradition in the production of racing bicycles. Benotto bicycles are characterized by their elegant aesthetics, innovative technologies and high performance. In the 1970s and 1980s, Benotto achieved great popularity in cycling, especially by participating in major races such as the Tour de France. The use of Reynolds tubing and distinctive color schemes gave the bicycles an unmistakable character. Although production ceased in the 1990s, Benotto remains present in the cycling community as a symbol of quality bicycles and nostalgic style.
The Benotto 3000 is an iconic road bike model that represents the era of the 1970s and 1980s. This timeless creation from the Italian brand Benotto embodies elegance, performance and sophistication. The Benotto 3000's frame is made of high-quality Columbus tubing, allowing for an excellent combination of lightness and rigidity. With striking color schemes, often in bright metallic tones, the Benotto 3000 exudes an unmistakable vintage aesthetic. This model was appreciated by cyclists around the world, and its legacy lives on in cycling history. The Benotto 3000 remains a sought-after collector's item for lovers of classic road bikes who appreciate the perfection of design and the quality of cycling artistry.
The Campagnolo Super Record groupset was the ultimate derailleur of its time. All sorts of strange claims were made: the aluminum was some kind of super special alloy, the black anodizing was some kind of super special coating, etc. The truth is a little more banal. The aluminum used is exactly the same alloy that was used on the Nuovo Record. The black anodizing is - wait for it - black anodized. The real technical differences were the use of exotic material for the two large Allen bolts and a larger "flange" on the pulley cage. The derailleur feels good in the hand, has a timeless look and feels valuable simply because it was once so absurdly expensive. It's hard to define what makes a classic, but whatever it is, the Campagnolo Super Record has done the job.


Frame height 59 cm (c-t)
Top Tube 60 cm (c-t)
Head Tube 16 cm
Standover 83,5 cm


Gear 2x6 Campagnolo Super Record Pat. 80
Gear Shifter Campagnolo Record
Derailleur Campagnolo Super Record
Breaks Campagnolo Super Record
Crank Campagnolo Super Record
Rim Mavic GP4
Seatpost Campagnolo Super Record
Stem Cinelli
Saddle Selle Ideale 2002 "titane"
Hubs Campagnolo


Brand Benotto
Model 3000
Extras Pedalen
Condition konserviert, geprüft & aufbereitet
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