The >strong>Corradini family started producing racing bikes as early as 1909 and a cycling shop under their name has been continuously run in Reggio Emilia, where they can now look back to a 110 years of company history.
You cannot deny that a certain sense for finesse, elegance and speed on behalf of Corradini becomes obvious when looking at our bike.
This fine racer from ca. 1977 sports a well balanced racing geometry and not only rides like a dream but also looks its part.
The fork crown is among the finest you can find from that time: thin, chromed and adorned by a brazed-on "C" which forms a natural and discrete prolongation. Chromed head lugs and dropouts repeat and reflect the shiny theme. In contrast to the beautiful, unobstrusive blue of the paint, these accents contribute a lot to the stately impression which our Corradini leaves.
The internal cable routing, a rare solution in the 1970s, makes clear that a master frame builder has lavished a good amount of time on this racer.
Functionality and performance are secured by an excellently working Spanish Zeus groupset with Swiss Weinmann brakes.
If you are looking for a rare and fine 1970s road bike, you should take in consideration this remarkable exemplar.
Used. The bike is in good condition. The frame has no cracks, no dents and is not bent. Paintwork and decals are original with only minor scratches. All parts have been thoroughly checked and are working fine.
Since 2012, Steel Vintage Bikes has been the premiere destination for classic and vintage Bicycles. Operating from our workshop and showroom in Berlin, Germany, our love for the golden age of cycling is fueled by our passion to connect people to the history, quality and craftsmanship of handmade steel bikes.