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2010 OLMO Sanremo

Old 09-30-20, 07:32 AM
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2010 OLMO Sanremo

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This is a 2010 retro limited edition produced for Red Rose Imports. The tubing is Columbus SL and the fork is one inch threadless. Frame includes the Cane Creek headset. The frame is stamped as a 57cm.

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57cm center of the bottom bracket to the top of the seat tube lug
56cm top tube center to center
15cm head tube
$275 plus shipping or $250 for a local pick-up. Domestic only








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Old 09-30-20, 08:45 AM
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I can't have any more bikes but Wow!
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So so tempting
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Want want want but can't can't can't. What a cool frame... GLWS!
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Old 09-30-20, 03:20 PM
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Two months ago and I couldn’t have sent a PM fast enough...
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Old 10-01-20, 08:40 AM
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Two months ago and I couldn’t have sent a PM fast enough...
I might have driven it to you! :-)

Love your area, especially in the fall.
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oh my. glad it's not my size. GLWS!
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Yeah that is interesting and you can add me to the “glad it’s not my size list”.
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Originally Posted by Paul J View Post
I might have driven it to you! :-)

Love your area, especially in the fall.
It has its moments! Mostly wet and hot this fall so far...cooled off just in time for October, but still a month to go on hurricane season...

Beautifully intriguing little frame; unfortunately, the projects have piled up and I am on a moratorium!

For the record, it is right at my size...darn it.
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Beautiful bike and tempting as well. Heck I even have a campy 10 speed group for this.

Has this been built before? It doesn't look like it has with that tall steerer sticking out but there looks to be some paint rub from a tire on the inside of the chain stay?
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Beautiful bike and tempting as well. Heck I even have a campy 10 speed group for this.

Has this been built before? It doesn't look like it has with that tall steerer sticking out but there looks to be some paint rub from a tire on the inside of the chain stay?
Yes, it was previously build up with a modern group and is now stripped down as frameset. The steerer on the fork is threadless and it was spaced up with several spaces, still on the fork and had a 17degree rise on the stem to get the bars up for the previous owner.

Where are you in Iowa? I lived in Marshalltown when I was in high school.

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Yes, it was previously build up with a modern group and is now stripped down as frameset. The steerer on the fork is threadless and it was spaced up with several spaces, still on the fork and had a 17degree rise on the stem to get the bars up for the previous owner.

Where are you in Iowa? I lived in Marshalltown when I was in high school.
I'm not too far from your old stomping grounds; I live in Des Moines. Looks like the PO had to do some work to get that bike to fit with that much steerer showing. That bike is my size so I'll think about it. I don't need another project but the bike is beautiful. I actually have one Olmo but mine is from 1960 and pretty much all original:

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Well...... I gave everyone a few days and then grabbed this. It just came in and is so beautiful. Paul was awesome to work with and packed the frame extremely well.

Probably won't be built up until after Christmas as it's time to start spending on family instead of the bikes. And it's so nice I now need to source the right parts for it. All my spare stuff available is nice but not good enough for this beauty.
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Well...... I gave everyone a few days and then grabbed this. It just came in and is so beautiful. Paul was awesome to work with and packed the frame extremely well.

Probably won't be built up until after Christmas as it's time to start spending on family instead of the bikes. And it's so nice I now need to source the right parts for it. All my spare stuff available is nice but not good enough for this beauty.
So glad the frame came though well. I'm always a little nervous on shipping things so did everything I could think of to keep it protected. I was hoping that my spacers and bracing would work well. :-)
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Well, it took forever for me to get to this. Just picked it up from the shop this evening.

Campagnolo 10 speed build with some Open Pro rims on Campagnolo hubs. As in this quick snapshot the bike is respectably 19 lbs 13 ozs.


Used a lot of black to try and make the beautiful white frame pop.
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I was so close to grabbing that. Beautiful bike.

...in fact, I cannot remember what I picked up that prevented it from happening...unless I was getting overloaded with my give aways

Just over a year seems like ten recently.
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Originally Posted by jamesdak View Post
Well, it took forever for me to get to this. Just picked it up from the shop this evening.

Campagnolo 10 speed build with some Open Pro rims on Campagnolo hubs. As in this quick snapshot the bike is respectably 19 lbs 13 ozs.


Used a lot of black to try and make the beautiful white frame pop.
That is near perfect in my mind. Wow! How does it ride?
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