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Old 07-12-06, 08:05 AM   #1
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Anyone know this bike?

Many years ago I bought a MAZA Prestige frame from Branford Bike in CT. It's TSX tubing with the most awesome engraving and Tricolore Italian paint. I outfitted it with all Campy Athena. Really a nice bike but, by today's standards, a little heavy. Seems like no one knows the MAZA brand (now defunct, I believe) so I was just wondering if there are other MAZA owners here.


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Old 07-12-06, 08:17 AM   #2
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Try posting the question on the Classic and Vintage forum. Include a picture -- it sounds like a nice bike.

(This is the forum for "Classic and Vintage" riders. It's a subtle distinction... )
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Old 07-13-06, 08:57 AM   #3
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I'm Familiar w/ Masi but not Maza. Love to see some pics.
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Old 07-13-06, 11:49 AM   #4
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I will try to get some jpg.'s asap. The MAZA brand was created by two ex-Ferrari employees (or so legend has it) named Mattioli and Zanasi, thus MAZA. Back in the '80's it was a $1500 frame that I bought on close-out for $750. Columbus TSX tubing that was chromed and then painted.

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