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Old 11-27-23, 06:49 AM
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FS or Trade: 1990? Basso Paris Roubaix 56cm Frameset

Looking to sell or trade this frame and fork. It's a 1990 Basso Paris Roubaix
56cm (58cm c-t)
56cm c-c top tube
Frame weight is 5lbs (2.26kg)
Italian threaded BB
Condition is amazing, probably ridden 200 miles max. There are a few small marks to the paint, looks like from building it up and transport, no rust. I'm not completely familiar with the Basso line, so I don't know where it falls, but it has some nice panto but no frame material sticker, maybe someone can shed some light on that.







more hi-res pictures available upon request Located in South Florida. $350 plus shipping
Or trade for something comparable in 61-63, 59cm top tube
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Beautiful frame! My quick research suggests Columbus tubes, perhaps cromar
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Anyone have an idea about the geometry on these? Isn't the Paris Roubaix are rough road race? I'm wondering if it has more generous clearances than the Gap model?
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Originally Posted by romperrr
Anyone have an idea about the geometry on these? Isn't the Paris Roubaix are rough road race? I'm wondering if it has more generous clearances than the Gap model?
should be enough room for 28c at least

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Originally Posted by romperrr
Beautiful frame! My quick research suggests Columbus tubes, perhaps cromar
SL main tubes, something else for fork and stays (maybe Cromor, maybe lower).
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
SL main tubes, something else for fork and stays (maybe Cromor, maybe lower).
Thanks for the edification! Might you point me to your source of knowledge? Italian bikes are the bikes I know the least about.
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Originally Posted by romperrr
Thanks for the edification! Might you point me to your source of knowledge? Italian bikes are the bikes I know the least about.
Haha. I love Bassos...but just to check...

Looked up 1990 Basso brochure.
1990 Basso Loto
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Thanks for sharing your knowledge jdawginsc now I on the search of a Basso Monza!
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Originally Posted by romperrr
Thanks for sharing your knowledge jdawginsc now I on the search of a Basso Monza!
I have actually never seen a Monza (or a Roubaix for that matter) on the market.

Loto, Gap, Ascot, yes.
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This beauty needs a new home, to be built and enjoyed
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1990 ... ... is that rear 126 or 130?
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
1990 ... ... is that rear 126 or 130?
I'm fairly certain it's 130mm, but I'll check
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
1990 ... ... is that rear 126 or 130?
It's 126mm
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