A little curious about these

We’re not hugely into these Guerciottis – aren’t they referred to dismissively in some circles as screwed-and-glued bicycles? – but we’re nevertheless curious about them.

Any feedback from our knowledgeable readers?


This is a very special opportunity for someone seeking a uber rare NOS 1985 GUERCIOTTI CARBON CARBONIO ALLOY BIKE with CAMPAGNOLO C-RECORD GROUP, DELTA’s & CINELLI bars/stem setup – with Pantograph.
This bike has never been on tarmac or ridden outside of the shop I purchased it from in Italy.

As you can see from the pictures – this is one beautiful bike & is neatly finished.

Frame: GUERCIOTTI CARBONIO. Bonded Carbon tubes into cast Alloy lugs. Pantographed.
Size: Seat Tube 56cm c-c, Top Tube 56cm c-c.

Full Campagnolo C-Record inc: Delta Brakes & Regina Hollow Pin Chain.

Cassette: C-Record 6-speed screw-on – 13-19T.
Rims: Campagnolo Strada Tubular 36h with eyelets.
Tires: Clement Tubular (have not been glued on).

Seat: San Marco (gold rail edition).
Stem: Cinelli/GUERCIOTTI pantographed.
Bars: Cinelli

Before I purchsed this bike, it had been part of the ‘shop furniture’ for the best part of 20-odd years back in Italy & was still not fully assembled.
It has been rolled around the shop from spot to spot over time & admired by many, but never purchased – thus some light ‘shop wear’ marks on the frame as to be expected & ‘aged decals’, but overall looks like it’s been in carbonite freeze for 20 years.

When it came back to Australia with me, I went about finishing the build which included mounting of the Campagnolo Delta brakes, down tube shifters & cables, Brake leaver cables, Aero Bottle cage & pedals etc.



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