Ciöcc San Cristobal Small Frameset 1980
- Manufacturer: Ciöcc
- Size: 49 cm
p>Giovanni Pelizzoli – nicknamed "Ciöcc", which in the dialect from Bergamo means spike or nail – is well known worldwide thanks to his Ciöcc bikes, which he manufactured from 1969 to 1980. Monuments like the San Cristobal and Mockba left his workshop in northern Italy and soon became widely esteemed for a particular attention to details and meticulous craftsmanship. As a frame designer he was responsible for Olympic podium bikes and successful pro team machines.
When in 1977 the U23 world championships in San Cristobal were won on a Ciöcc frame, Pelizzoli started to baptize his top road bike after the City in Venezuela.
Our bike here is one of those frames that earned this name.
What is really special indeed is the size of this beauty. Not only does it come at an unusually small size of 49 cm, it also has an evenly short top tube - something which is rather rare for old road bikes.
Bottom bracket: ITA 126mm»See Details
Rear spacing: 126mm
Seat post diameter: 27.2mm
Steerer length: 12cm
- Condition: Used. The frame is in good condition. It has no cracks, no dents and is not bent. Paintwork has been refurbished.
- Era: 1980s
|Frame & Fork||Ciöcc|
|Handlebar Tape||NOS cork ribbon|
- Seat Tube (c-t): 49 cm
- Top Tube (c-c): 47 cm
- Head Tube: 8 cm