Tarcisio de Visini was starting to be involved with bike repairs, racing and frame building as early as in the 1930s.
After the war he was taking care of some of the important tasks in the strong, Campagnolo-influenced cycling community in Vicenza.
At the same time he had a shop and his own shop brand which was operating from a building directly at the Campagnolo factory. He had a close connection to the big brother in the neighbourhood, so his club riders were able to test some of the newest stuff leaving the development unit. And the bikes of his own brand did profit from fresh Campagnolo groupsets, too.
Our De Visini Cromovelato Road Bike from 1985 is a good example. The beautifully executed frame has been soldered using butted Columbus tubing. It then was chromed and on top of the chrome, a translucent layer of paint has been added, turning the whole machine into a lustrous impression.
As componentry serves a complete Campagnolo Triomphe groupset.
A sweet looking bike like this is perfectly fit to take part in historic bike races or to turn some heads on weekend rides.