This Nistri Prato frame set dates back to the early 70s. Floriano Nistri was an amateur cyclist from Prato (Tuscany, Italy) - memorable his no-hands-climbing in Croci di Calenzano (Florence). In the '70s-'80s he traded some high-end frames with his name. Just as this one, with classic long lugs, snow white color and elegant lines. It might become the core of a very beautiful bicycle, just perfect for L'Eroica.
We bought this frame in Italy directly from Floriano Nistri's nephew, who was really kind to tell us some anecdotes behind this brand.
Frame and fork
Campagnolo Record headset
Campagnolo top tube clips
Adjusting screws in Campagnolo dropouts
Seat Tube: 55cm
Top tube: 55cm
Head tube: 12cm
Bottom bracket: ITA Rear spacing: