This looks nice. Bike is still in its mother country.
CIOCC SAN CRISTOBAL
Ciocc San Cristobal end of 70’s
Columbus steel tube
Steel fork 1 inch threaded
Top tube 53cm c/c
Seat tube 53cm c/c 55cm c/t
Head tube 12.8cm
Rear spacing 127mm
Stem 3ttt 100 mm
Handlebar 3ttt Competizione 40 cm c/c
Headset Campagnolo Super Record 1 inch
Seatpost Campagnolo Super Record 27.2mm
Saddle San Marco Concor restored with new coating velvet effect
Rear derailleur Campagnolo Super Record Pat 76
Front derailleur clamp-on Campagnolo Super Record 4 hole
Shifters friction system Campagnolo Super Record
Crankset Campagnolo Record 170mm 53/42
Bottom bracket Campagnolo Record 36×24
Brakes Campagnolo Super Record
Levers brakes Campagnolo Super Record drilled
Freewheel Regina Oro 6v 14/16/18/20/22/24
Hubs OMAS 36 hole
Tubular rims NISI Solidal 36 hole
Tubulars Vittoria Rally 23mm
Bottlecage Zefal in vintage style
Refurbished frame with new paint
Groupset and wheels are conserved with signs of use
Restored saddle with new coating velvet effect
Cable,casing, bar tape, bottlecage and tubulars are new
On balance, a little too modern and ‘bling-bling’ for us, but man, we’d love to ride it…
This BRAND NEW CUSTOM BUILT CIOCC (pronounced Chee-oach) SAN CRISTOBAL is a perfect marriage of classic Italian styling and the latest technology. She is complete with a new Columbus XL frame and fork with Campagnolo dropouts, Thomson Masterpiece seat post, NOS (new old stock) 3ttt Conceptione Race handlbar with Eddy Merckx bends, Cinelli Columbus NOS steel stem, Chris King headset, Campagnolo Super Record group set, Mavic Ksyrium Elite wheelset, Vittoria Open Corsa 320 tpi gumwall tires, Brooks Swift Titanium saddle, and weighs only 18 lbs 9 oz. How do you say sweet in Italian? Dolce!
Itemized Custom Build Cost: This bike must go so make your bid! You may never see another bike like this baby so don’t let it get away.
Ciocc San Cristobal Frameset: $2,800
Mavic Ksyrium Elite Wheels: $837
Campagnolo Super Record Group Set: $2,593
Chris King Headset: $145
NOS 3ttt Handlebars: $200
NOS Cinelli Columbus Steel Chrome Stem: $125
Thomson Masterpiece Seatpost: $149
Brooks Swift Titanium Saddle: $265
Lizard Skin Handlebar Tape: $49
Vittoria Open Corsa EVO Tires: $130
Parts Subtotal: $7,343
Complete custom fabrication labor: $2,100
Shop Supplies: $20
Grand Total: $9,463
Postscript: the auction closed at $2,729.50.
We can’t remember the last time we were so taken by a bike.
It’s for sale, too, in Finland. If it were our size (which, thankfully, it isn’t), we would try to figure out a way to get it over here.
I have had this vintage Ciöcc track frame hanging on the ceiling for far too long and it is time to find a new home for this classic. I did not really ride this much, just built up a dream track frame and started riding a road bike instead. This bike is in great vintage condition. It has some small chips in the paint, most of which have been touched up, easy with a black frame. The chrome is in pretty good shape given the age. A little rust in the drive side fork crown logo. They over-sprayed the rear triangle with clear coat for the decals, very bright and shiny under, but if you remove it i am afraid you would lose the decals. NO dents. Lugs are hand tapered and well crafted. Missing the columbus sticker, but I think that it is SL or SLX. Steering tube has a Columbus logo. Boxed crown fork takes nothing bigger then a 22mm tire and has not been drilled for a brake. Previous owner drilled rear brake bridge for installing a brake, which has subsequently been repaired/filled and painted over. Barely noticeable. Could use some new handlebar grips.
Here are all the details:
• top tube 54 cm c-c
• seat tube 53cm c-c
• Campagnolo drop outs, front 100mm and rear 120mm
• Cinelli bottom bracket, stamped through with Ciöcc clover
• Campagnolo pista bottom bracket,
• Campagnolo 165mm pista cranks
• Campagnolo chainring bolts
• Cinelli pista handlebars 67 drop, 39 wide
• Cinelli Stem 8cm, standard drop (not pista)
• Campagnolo 27.2 seatpost, with scratched along rear from binding clamp
• Campagnolo binding bolt
• Campagnolo athena headset
• Columbus tubing, no sticker
• Phil Wood SLR track hubs laced to velocity deep V clinchers, Radial front, rear 2x with butted stainless steel DT swiss spokes. I bet these wheels have less then 50 miles on them.
• Phil Wood 1/8″ 16 tooth cog
• Turbo saddle
• NO BRAKES
Postscript: this auction closed at $1,259. Impressive.
you are in for a very special treat here, an original CIOCC SAN CRISTOBAL WORLD CHAMPION 77 made by Giovanni Pelizzoli himself to celebtrate Claudio Corti’s winning of 1977 world cup with his glorious Ciocc San Cristobal bike! Beautifully finished in metallic red colour! Built with a complete Gipiemme Special pista groupset.
Pelizzoli says about this bike:
“I worked as a mechanic for the pro team G.S. ZONCA, where Gianni Motta was racing, while producing my CIÖCC bicycles. Great results were achieved in the amateur racing too. In 1977 I won the world cup with Claudio Corti racing one of my bikes. Claudio also won a Giro d’Italia for amateurs and many other races.
A frame that during the years gave me countless victories, the SAN CRISTOBAL, was built in honour of the world title conquered by Claudio.”
Frame is fully chromed under the paint and has a special designed geometry which reduces the gap between wheels and frame allowing a better aerodynamic.Paint shows some classic sign from use and chrome too. Frame and fork structure is 100% perfect with no bumps or problem of any kind. Classic super solid and light Columbus tubing. Panto Ciocc on lugs and fork including the enlighted bottom bracket shell. Campagnolo Pista front drop outs.
Bike was bought in 1978 by its only owner who constantly used it for racing professionally on Italian Velodromes. Bike had a sticker with number 22 in black on yellow background applied over the Columbus decal which got partially peeled off when removing the yellow sticker. The bike was used by the guy for about 6 years and then he replaced tubulars and bar stem with those you see now so that her daughter Rosy could use the bike during her training lessons when she was only 12 year old. She used the bike from 1984 to 1987 on Italian Velodromes. The bike remained stored in their garage since then. I only inflated the tubulars (which hold air perfectly and kept the best pictures I could for your reference.
The bike is built as follows:
Gipiemme Special Pista 27.2 fluted seatpost
Gipiemme Special Pista 1″ steel threaded headset
Gipiemme Special Pista bottom bracket
Gipiemme Special Pista crankset
Gipiemme Special Pista pedals with Christophe toeclips and yellow straps
Gipiemme Special Pista hubs laced on 700C Martano Gran Prix tubular rims
3TTT stem and handlebars
3TTT (Benotto style) yellow tape and bar plugs
3TTT Criterium 78 black suede saddle (still in perfect condition)
Vittoria Atlanta 22-28 yellow Pista tubulars
Just a few more words as not many know Martano rims. Back in time the Martano Grand Prix model was considered by many the Italian equivalent of the French much famous Mavic GP4 rims. Wheels run super smooth and silent and rims are still as straight as an arrow.
Ciocc Gara Road Bike 53cm Campagnolo – $500 (Cobble Hill)
1996 Ciocc Gara road bike, 53cm (C-T-C-) seat tube, 54cm (C-T-C) top tube, would ideally fit most people between 5’6″ and 5’8″. Bike was used as a city bike and for road rides. Columbus Gara tube set, Ciocc fork, mix of TIG-welded and lugged construction, made in Italy. Chain, cassette and cables/housing all recently replaced with less than 100 miles on them. Campagnolo Avanti 8spd group: Ergo shifters, 170mm crankset (52/39 chainrings), brakes, front derailleur and rear derailleur. Campagnolo headset, bottom bracket, Record 13-26 cassette, and seat binder bolt. MKS Sylvan track pedals with Velo Orange half clips, Wippermann ConneX chain, Nitto Technomic Stem (26mm clamp), 3TTT Ergo Podium handlebars (41cm), Cinelli black gel cork handlebar tape, black water bottle cage, Selle San Marco seat post (26.8mm) and Aspide saddle. Wheels: Campagnolo hubs laced 3-cross to 32-hole FIR EL20 rims, Campagnolo quick release skewers, and Specialized Pro Cipollini 23mm tires. Shifting is great and bike runs smoothly. Chips to paint from many years of use, some of which have been touched up, but bike looks very good overall.