Hey all! I'm new to the forum and fairly new to cycling in general!
I'm into my second season and I decided to go vintage and buy a vintage bike at a local bike shop that sells used bikes. I looked around and didn't know much about what I was looking at especially the in the mold markings for certain companies and all that but I found what I thought was a beautiful Colnago... I knew what certain names meant and when I saw a Colnago I freaked.
After countless hours of research I came to the realization that this is most likely NOT a Colnago and wanted to not only confirm that but also get an ID on this frame and the campi parts on it. Unfortunately this is a few months AFTER I purchased this bike so I'm a little late.
It's a great lightweight bike and the friction shifting has been taking me awhile to get used to but I love it and has given me another look into the sport. I was thinking about repainting this bike and putting original decals on it but since this is most likely not a real Colnago I think I will repaint it and either use it's original name (if someone is knowledgable enough to ID it) or come up with a new name and have some fun.
So far this is what I can gather:
- Front and back derailleur
- Seat post
- Wheel lock
HANDLEBARS: Guerciotti 3TTT
Thats about it on my end folks other then a serial number that is in one of the attachments. It reads "56 652".
I really hope someone can help me out!