Description: Salvatore Crippa was an Italian cycling ace who was active in the 1930s and 1940s. After his career a cycling brand with his name was founded in Monza. And he married the cousin of another famous cyclist, Giorgio Albani.
With that much cycling sport in his life, it was no miracle that his son Rolando knew how to design a stunning road bike. It was he who is responsible for the looks of our Crippa Road Bike from the 1980s. (Which was probably built in the Gianni Motta workshops)
An Azzurro blue transparent cromovelato varnish has been painted on top of a highly polished chromed frame, giving it a terrific and lustrous appearance. The frame itself has been made using Columbus SL tubing, the strong and light legend of a tubeset which carried so many champions to their victories.
Notably, the logo on the headtube has been engraved. Just a little extra twist on an already amazing machine.
As groupset serves the silvery high-end Campagnolo Nuovo Record with several pantographs and a nicely drilled chainset.
And what really finishes this build off, are the rare and strong Martano Professional rims which even come in a matching blue.
A breathtaking bike which is certainly going to turn heads where ever it appears. »See Details
Used. The bike is in very good condition. The frame has no cracks, no dents and is not bent. Paintwork and decals are original and almost flawless. All parts have been thoroughly checked and are working fine.