Terruzzi classic road bicycle from the late 1970s. Ferdinando Terruzzi was an Italian track cyclist who was known as "The King of the Six days" since he achieved 25 winnings. His career started at the age of four, when he won his first competition: "he learnt cycling before walking", as journalists said.
After retiring, Nando Terruzzi opened his own bicycle shop in his hometown Sesto San Giovanni, close to Milan. Here he built several frames and his workshop became soon a meeting point for many enthusiasts.
Here we present one his classic road bicycles. The frame dates back to the late 1970s and is made of very sturdy Columbus SP tubes. This bicycle is furthermore equipped with a complete Campagnolo Nuovo Record group set, with Nisi Countach tubular rims and 3ttt parts.
A refined bicycle for true connoisseurs!