Frame: Bianchi Specialissima. 51 cm seat tube (c-c) and 54 cm top tube. Bianchi lugs with 'integrated' headset. Completely refinished with chrome lugs and original style decals.
Fork: Bianchi. Chromed crown and drop-out faces.
Headset: Bianchi "integrated" type
Hubs: Campagnolo Record, large flange. Mod. 1035.
Rims: Nisi tubular.
Tires: Gommitalia Champion tubular.
Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Record.
Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Record.
Shifters: Campagnolo 'bar end, mod. 1012
Crankset: Campagnolo Record.mod. 1048, 52/45T
Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo mod. 1046
Freewheel: Regina 14-23, 5 speed.
Chain: Regina
Pedals: Campagnolo Record SL, mod. 1037/A, with toe clips and straps.
Handlebar: Cinelli, mod. 64
Stem: Cinelli 1A, 9 cm.
Brakes: Universal mod. 68, centre-pull.
Saddle: Brooks Professional
Seat post: Campagnolo, two bolt, mod. 1044.

My much loved 1964 Bianchi Specialissima, in Celeste of course! Restored by famed Marinoni builder Mike Barry in Toronto. Ridden often with joy in Toronto and Prince Edward county. The 45 year old Campy drive train and hubs are machined precision, I love my Italian girlfriend!




Bianchi Specialissima - front angle view


Bianchi Specialissima - front end detail with chromed lugs

Bianchi Specialissima - side view


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