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KOTTER’S RACING TEAM
CRITERIUM
57cm seat tube x 57cm top tube

This is a german built steel road bike, built during the first half of the 1980s. With Columbus Zeta tubing, frame is strong and rigid. The right rear drop out has had a small crack which has been tig welded by a professional. The paint of the bicycle is mostly original (including decals) only the top tube and left seat stay have been re painted in a quite similar colour.
The bicycle is equipped with Galli Criterium / Aerodynamic KL group set. This rare and beautifully designed group shifts, brakes and feels very smooth, comparable to Campagnolo Super Record or Shimano Dura Ace of same vintage. Wheels are Rigida and Wolber tubular rims with Galli Maillard front hub and Miche rear hub and Regina CX rather unused freewheel. Vittoria Rally tubulars are mounted on the rims and the braking is assured by a set of Fibrax cables on Shimano SLR housings. Bicycle is ready to be ridden for many thousands of miles. The saddle is a San Marco Concor with fresh white leather.

Frame tubing: 57cm x 57cm (c-c) Columbus Zeta
Headset: Miche
Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo Super Record
Crank set: Galli Criterium
Pedals: Galli Aerodynamic KL
Rear derailleur: Galli Aerodynamic KL
Front derailleur: Galli Aerodynamic KL
Shifters: Galli Aerodynamic KL
Front hub : Galli Aerodynamic KL
Rear hub: Miche
Rims: Wolber and Rigida
Brake levers: Galli Criterium
Brake lever hoods: NOS Campagnolo
Brakes: Galli Criterium
Freewheel: Regina CX
Chain: new YBM chain
Brake cables and housing: Fibrax / Shimano SLR
Seatpost: 26,8 ITM
Saddle: San Marco Concor, with new leather

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kotters-Racing-Team-Criterium-vintage-road-bike-Galli-Aerodynamic-KL-Columbus-/171698949598

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