Cinelli Mod. B 1958

The Cinelli company was founded in 1944 by Cino Cinelli, a former professional racing cyclist who won many important cycling races between 1937 and 1943, including the Giro di Lombardia in 1938, the Tre Valli Varesine in 1940, the Italian Championships in 1941 and the prestigious Milan-Sanremo in 1943. Together with Luigi Valsasina, he built the legendary Supercorsa frame, which is still a fully-fledged cult object today and is the only one in history that is still being produced after almost 70 years. In 1978, Cino Cinelli sold his company to the young industrialist Antonio Colombo (President of Columbus Tubi). Antonio Colombo saw in Cinelli's products the technical perfection of the most efficient and elegant means of transport ever created.
The Cinelli Supercorsa is the most iconic steel frame in the world and has been in continuous production for almost 70 years. The first Supercorsa was designed by Cino Cinelli together with his frame builder Luigi Valsassina in the early 1950s. His stated goal was "the perfect functional harmony between the three main parts of the frame: the fork, the main triangle and the rear stays". Since the mid-1960s, the frame has only undergone two major changes: a new graphic system for the frame and the introduction of the Cinelli Spoiler bottom bracket. All other changes to the frame were subtle and "under the hood" technological updates to steel materials and manufacturing techniques that allowed the original riding qualities and aesthetics of the Supercorsa to be respectfully maintained.
The Campagnolo Gran Sport groupset is an iconic bicycle component groupset produced by renowned Italian manufacturer Campagnolo from the 1950s to the 1980s. This groupset is known for its high-quality workmanship, reliability and innovative technology that left a lasting impression in the world of cycling. First introduced in the early 1950s, the Gran Sport groupset quickly became one of the most sought-after options for cycling enthusiasts. Its distinctive design and attention to detail made it not only functional but also aesthetically pleasing. The rear derailleur, brakes, crankset and other components of the Gran Sport groupset were distinguished by their precision and ability to meet the demanding requirements of bike racing and touring.


Frame height 56,5 cm (c-t)
Top Tube 56,5 cm (c-t)
Head Tube 13 cm
Standover 79,5 cm


Gear 2x5 Campagnolo Gran Sport
Gear Shifter Campagnolo Record
Derailleur Campagnolo Gran Sport
Breaks Universal Extra
Crank Campagnolo 50s
Seatpost original
Stem Pivo
Saddle Brooks L'Eroica
Hubs Campagnolo Nuovo Tipo Hochflansch


Brand Cinelli
Model Mod. B
Extras Campagnolo Pedale inklusive, Flaschenhalter
Condition komplett restauriert, geprüft & aufbereitet
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