Francesco Moser SLX

Francesco Moser is a former professional cyclist from Italy who won many races during his career, including several Grand Tours. In addition to his success as a racing cyclist, Moser also founded his own bicycle brand in 1980, specializing in the production of high-performance racing bicycles. Moser's bicycles are known for their innovative design and use of high-quality materials. One of the most famous Moser models is the Hour Record bike, with which Moser set the world hour record in 1984. This bike featured a radical design with an extended frame and a rear disc wheel, which helped Moser set a new distance record of 51.151 km. Today, Moser bikes are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts who value their historical significance and reputation for quality and innovation. Although the brand no longer produces new bicycles, its legacy lives on through the many Moser bikes ridden and admired by cyclists around the world.
Columbus SLX is a high-quality alloy of steel tubes that was widely used in the bicycle industry in the 1980s and 1990s. Columbus is a renowned Italian manufacturer of bicycle frame tubes and has developed many innovative and high-quality materials over the years. SLX stands for "Super Legerissimo Extra", which translates to "super light". The tubes were made from a special alloy of steel that aimed to maximize strength and durability while minimizing weight. Columbus SLX frames were particularly popular with road bike enthusiasts and professional cyclists. The tubes were used by many renowned frame builders to produce road bike frames.
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 57,5 cm (c-t)
Top Tube 56 cm (c-t)
Head Tube 14 cm
Standover 81,5 cm


Gear 2x7 Campagnolo Super Record Pat. 84
Gear Shifter Campagnolo Super Record
Derailleur Campagnolo Super Record
Breaks Campagnolo Super Record
Crank Campagnolo Super Record
Rim Wolber Aspin
Seatpost Campagnolo Super Record
Stem Cinelli
Saddle Rolls
Hubs Campagnolo Record


Brand Francesco Moser
Model SLX
Extras Campagnolo Pedale, Flaschenhalter
Condition konserviert, geprüft & aufbereitet
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