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Old 02-17-18, 09:10 AM
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Show us your Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Bikes, parts, etc.

PAT 11 Rear Derailleur


1975 Raleigh International w/ Nuovo Record brake levers


1972 Raleigh Professional Mk IV


My only NOS Campagnolo - top tube cable clamps


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hmm.... what pics of Campy bits do I have that are at least marginally unique??

how about the Campy crank on my Olmo? Plenty of pantographing, plus, it's got the Mexico treatment....




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Originally Posted by Narhay View Post
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As a point of accuracy, allow me to point out that there are only three parts that are separately named in the catalog as "Nuovo Record". They are the 1020/A rear derailleur, the 1046/A bottom bracket, and the 1010/B dropout. Every other part of the Nuovo Record gruppo is simply Record. The reason being that there were previous versions of these parts named "Record," (RD#1020, BB#1046, DO#s 1010 and 1010/A, as you might guess) and the later versions were different enough to warrant the "Nuovo" name. The gruppo was often called "Nuovo Record" in the catalogs, but this is not even consistent. Sometimes it was just "Record."

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Originally Posted by steelbikeguy View Post
hmm.... what pics of Campy bits do I have that are at least marginally unique??

how about the Campy crank on my Olmo? Plenty of pantographing, plus, it's got the Mexico treatment....




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Love that crank.

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Old 02-18-18, 12:59 PM
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Love that crank.

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it's a well known fact that the Italian national colors make a bike go faster! I'm not so sure about mountain bike SPD pedals, though.

While I'm a fan of excessively pantographed parts, I've never figured out what logo is panto'd into that ring. I recognize the Italian flag, but what is the rest of that logo? Is it related to Gianni Motta, or is it something else?


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it's a well known fact that the Italian national colors make a bike go faster! I'm not so sure about mountain bike SPD pedals, though.

While I'm a fan of excessively pantographed parts, I've never figured out what logo is panto'd into that ring. I recognize the Italian flag, but what is the rest of that logo? Is it related to Gianni Motta, or is it something else?


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Gianni Motta logo.
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The Mirella is pretty much full on Record/NR:



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Shiny clean.
And close to year-appropriate for the Merckx.
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Love that crank.

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They cut too much off the transition to the spider when they removed the inner webbing. You need to leave that area as wide as the spider to make it look good.

Or cut the spiders down to match, which looks cool.
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Pat 72 Big/big 52/32. Do I win?

Interesting.
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Only if you get to the top of the hill first.
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Interesting.
The chain was pretty sloppy on small/small. Ended up taking out a link pair.
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Since we're throwing in full Campy Nuovo Record bikes, let me add my bike, named after the Nuovo Record groupset, a '72 Motobecane Grand Record. I added all the Campy parts that didn't come stock with the bike, including the tough to find French diameter headset, seatpost and bottom bracket
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As someone above already has mentioned - only a few parts are actually Nuovo Record. The rest is Record.


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Never been a Campy fanboy but I have Campy large flange hubs on my Cimarron garbage build. Spoke holes were already drilled oversize when I got 'em so built them up with thick spokes to be my bombproof MTB wheels.
2_Campy front.JPG

3_Campy rear.JPG


My bride's Chiorda-mixte-turned-MTB has actual Campy brand cable stops so I felt justified in putting a sticker on the frame, more as a joke than anything.
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Somewhere around here is a Campy seatpost and my Raleigh Pro frameset has a Campy headset.
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