Gios Torino Super Record Early 70s – $999 (bridgewater)
GIOS TORINO, (frame and components hand made in Italy).
early 1970’s racing bike with modern 700C standard size alloy clincher rims
Steel Road Bike (Hand-Lugged frame)
Columbus SL Steel Tubing (Handmade in Italy)
Measurement approx. 56.0 cm C-C Seat Tube
Measurement approx. 55.5 cm C-C Top tube
27.2mm Campagnolo Record seatpost (Handmande in Italy)
5-speed rear Freewheel
126mm rear spacing
Campagnolo Nuovo Record Crankset (Handmande in Italy)
170mm crank arm (Handmande in Italy)
52-45t Campagnolo Record chainrings (Handmande in Italy)
Campagnolo Record Pedals (Handmande in Italy, completely rebuildable)
Campagnolo Nuovo Record Derailleurs (Handmande in Italy)
Campagnolo Gran Sport Headset (Handmande in Italy)
Campagnolo Downtube Friction Shifters (Handmande in Italy)
Universal Mod. 51 Brakes
Universal Mod. 61 Brake Levers
Modern Clincher 700c Alloy SunRace/Sturmey-Archer Rims/Hubs
110mm 3ttt Mod. 1 Record Strada 1st model stem with “C. Gios” engraved on the side
Fork is the original, with ingrained GT on the fork crowns.
The derailleurs move under finger pressure, but the cables need replacing, and the derailleurs should be serviced with oil and grease.
Selle Flite seat with Manganese rails.
This bike has modern tires and new tubes. There’s rust that has entered under the paint around the bottom bracket, and there is some minor rust above it on the seat tube near the chainring. There is some surface rust on the fork, but the fork turns easily and is not kinked or bent.
For another $75, we will throw in the original Campagnolo Super Record tubular wheelset (no tires). The hubs spin smoothly, but could use a rebuild/re-greasing with fresh grade 25 ball bearings.
The bike seems pretty rideable as-is, but it is the shop’s recommendation that (in order to truly appreciate and ensure this bike will last the test of time) the new owner rebuilds the bottom bracket, gets the rust cleaned off and detailed professionally, replace the cables, swap out the brake pads and re-grease steering race, and oil the derailleurs.
These bikes never sell on eBay (not just are listed for, but actually sell for) for less than $1,000- we couldn’t find a single one listed for less- and we even found several listed for around $2,000.
We’re Big Dan’s Bicycle Shop, a program run by Middle Earth, a registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that helps at-risk youths by helping them learn job skills after school. Our workshop is designed to teach children how to work on bicycles as well as how to repair them, and our volunteers helped with this bike’s repair. With your purchase will be an e-receipt and a thank you letter for your purchase.