Allegro 1973 Classic Roadbike

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Allegro 1973 Classic Roadbike

Campagnolo Record. Cinelli. Stronglight. Reynolds 531.
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  • Manufacturer: Allegro
  • Size: 56 cm
  • Eroica Approved Bicycle
  • Description:
    Founded in 1914 in Neuchatel, Switzerland by Arnold Grandjean, Establissments Allegro gained a reputation for being one of the premier manufactures of racing bicycles in Switzerland. They won many championships so they really knew how to construct a good bike
    This rare Allegro road bike from 1973 is a nice piece of Swiss accuracy when in comes to building road racers. Not only swiss parts were used but those that were considered the best by Allegro. They could pick easily from the countries around. Switzerland delivered the Weinmann braking and the Titan lightweight seatpost. France the Mavic Rims and the Stronglight bearings and cranks. Italy brought the Campagnolo hubs, shifting and Pedals and the Cinelli cockpit.
    As for the frame they picked the good old faithful Reynolds 531 tubes which were jointed with Bocama (BCM) lugs. An absolute highlight is the shimmering paintwork with the outlined lugs.
    Alltogether a bike was formed that not only was a sound piece of craftmanship but also a highly competitive lightweight racer. A really excellent roadbike.
    The Allegro is suitable for nice sunday rides as well as historic races like L'Eroica. »See Details
  • Condition: Used. The bike is in good condition. The frame has no dents, no cracks and is not bent. The original paintwork is timeworn with several paintchips which have been treated against rusting (thus the black spots). All parts are working excellent.
  • Era: 1970s
  • Product ID: 4899
Frame & Fork Allegro, Reynolds 531
Front Derailleur Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Rear Derailleur Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Headset Stronglight P3
Crankset Stronglight Stronglight 93
Bottom Bracket Stronglight Competition ref. 65
Stem Cinelli 1A
Stem Bar Cinelli Giro d'Italia
Shifters Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Brakes Weinmann AG made in Switzerland
Brake Levers Weinmann AG, with quick release
Hubs Campagnolo Record
Rims Mavic polished Aluminium, 700c tubular
Tires Vittoria Rally 23-622 tubulars
Seat Post Titan, leightweight steel
Seat 3ttt
Chain NOS chain
Handlebar Tape NOS cloth ribbon
Pedals Campagnolo Nuovo Record, Christophe
  • Seat Tube (c-t): 56 cm
  • Top Tube (c-c): 56 cm
  • Head Tube: 13 cm
  • Standover: 81 cm
  • Recommended for an inseam length of:
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