Colnago and La Carrera

Master Pista, La Carrera, Futura 2000,

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Details

Lot 45
Steel
45.0 x 68.0 in (114.3 x 172.7 cm)
Number of gears: single speed
General gearing: fixed gear with Flip-Flop hub, fixed cog only
Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity

See Description for full component list

Location

This item ships from the United States.


Description

This is an extremely rare and highly coveted limited edition bike in an eye-catching polka dot pattern.

Frame Size/Dimensions:
Seat tube length: 52 cm (as measured from center of bottom bracket to center intersection of the seat and top tube)
Top tube length: 53 cm (as measured from the center of the seat tube to center of head tube)

Component level and lists: SOMA hubs on aluminium deep rims, Sugino cranks, MKS Royal Nuevo pedals, NITTO 83 seatpost, SOMA stem and handlebar, Cardiff leather saddle

Please note that this bike arrives disassembled and some assembly is required


Additional Info


About Colnago and La Carrera

Colnago was founded by Ernesto Colnago in the northern Italian region of Lombardy in 1952, following a crash that ended his road-racing career. In 1960 Luigi Arienti won gold at the Rome Olympics on a Colnago bicycle, and by 1963 Colnago was employed as head mechanic for the Molteni team captained by Eddy Merckx. Merckx broke the one-hour world record on a Colnago steel frame in Mexico City in 1972, and since 1986 Colnago has collaborated with Ferrari on a range of bicycles.