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Pinarello Tteviso 87 built/restoration finished

Old 10-07-22, 10:56 AM
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Pinarello Tteviso 87 built/restoration finished

After 17 years I managed to finish my first road bike with the original parts I raced back then.
It's full Campagnolo super record with the exception of brake/gear shifters and seatpost being c-record.
Bottom bracket is Nadax Favorit.
Handlebar & stem are 3ttt.
Saddle Selle San Marco Regale.
Cassette Dura Ace MF 7400 7 speed 13/28.
Carbon wheels are custom made with record After 17 years I managed to finish my first road bike with the original parts I raced back then.
It's full Campagnolo super record with the exception of brake/gear shifters and seatpost being c-record.
Bottom bracket is Nadax Favorit.
Handlebar & stem are 3ttt.
Saddle Selle San Marco Regale.
Cassette Dura Ace MF 7400 7 speed 13/28.
Carbon wheels are custom made with record28h high flange hubs laced with Sapim cx rays.









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Old 10-07-22, 11:08 AM
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Beautiful bike.
I did not know that there were Trevisos with so much chrome finish.
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Originally Posted by Chombi1 View Post
Beautiful bike.
I did not know that there were Trevisos with so much chrome finish.
Chrome and colour had been done new, the Trevisos weren't exactly finished this way, it's custom, but stickers are the way they came
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Ahhhh, refinished. I was gonna say that you must of spent all your races off the front.
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Well, decals weren't nice anymore, some paint chips and chrome wasn't too bad but I decided to go all the way.

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Originally Posted by elcondor View Post
After 17 years I managed to finish my first road bike with the original parts I raced back then.
It's full Campagnolo super record with the exception of brake/gear shifters and seatpost being c-record.
Bottom bracket is Nadax Favorit.
Handlebar & stem are 3ttt.
Saddle Selle San Marco Regale.
Cassette Dura Ace MF 7400 7 speed 13/28.
Carbon wheels are custom made with record After 17 years I managed to finish my first road bike with the original parts I raced back then.
It's full Campagnolo super record with the exception of brake/gear shifters and seatpost being c-record.
Bottom bracket is Nadax Favorit.
Handlebar & stem are 3ttt.
Saddle Selle San Marco Regale.
Cassette Dura Ace MF 7400 7 speed 13/28.
Carbon wheels are custom made with record28h high flange hubs laced with Sapim cx rays.




Bellissimo!

Is it a cromovelato paint finish?
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Bellissimo!

Is it a cromovelato paint finish?
No, I thought to do it but decided otherwise...
I think color is called metallic midnight blue .
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No, I thought to do it but decided otherwise...
I think color is called metallic midnight blue .
I was asking because I’ve got a Montello with the cromovelato paint and would like to get it refinished. Yours came out very nice, good color combination with the chromed parts really popping.
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We’re going to get on just fine.



Like what you’ve done with the chrome details. I was thinking about doing that with mine, but in the end wanted to mimic the catalog image as much as possible.

Interesting to see a Treviso with internal brake cable routing.
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😊, yes guess we do get along well 😅.
At first I thought it was mine.
Beautiful Montello you got. 👍.
Just like you I was gonna have it done as original as possible, then I did a lot of research into the Trevisos, I found a lot of inconsistency.
Just one example, I haven't found a Treviso like mine 😳, with intenal rear brake, and with lower rear end bridge. It's always either or.
So I decided to have it done leaving lugs chromed as well as some small details.
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Well done, sir!
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😊, yes guess we do get along well 😅.
At first I thought it was mine.
Beautiful Montello you got. 👍.
Just like you I was gonna have it done as original as possible, then I did a lot of research into the Trevisos, I found a lot of inconsistency.
Just one example, I haven't found a Treviso like mine 😳, with intenal rear brake, and with lower rear end bridge. It's always either or.
So I decided to have it done leaving lugs chromed as well as some small details.
I did the same with my Zullo build. It originally was not a chromed example but I wanted something classic looking and after corresponding with Tiziano Zullo, we decided on chroming the fork, rear triangle, front derailleur hanger, and head tube lugs. He’d done this on some as optional features depending on the individual buyer. On my Pinarello Montello, if I go the route of a respray and since the whole frame is already chromed, I can just choose what areas to not paint and achieve the same look. As it currently stands, the whole frame (and stem and seat post) is cromovelato, so no chrome showing. But I love me some chrome!


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I did the same with my Zullo build. It originally was not a chromed example but I wanted something classic looking and after corresponding with Tiziano Zullo, we decided on chroming the fork, rear triangle, front derailleur hanger, and head tube lugs. He’d done this on some as optional features depending on the individual buyer. On my Pinarello Montello, if I go the route of a respray and since the whole frame is already chromed, I can just choose what areas to not paint and achieve the same look. As it currently stands, the whole frame (and stem and seat post) is cromovelato, so no chrome showing. But I love me some chrome!

Very nice bike, I would keep it that way, maybe when theres a lot of paint chips you could always choose which way to go.
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Very nice bike, I would keep it that way, maybe when theres a lot of paint chips you could always choose which way to go.
My Montello does have some paint chips here and there. The drive side chain stay has some rub as well. The main issue is the fragility of this type of paint (decals too) and I would get more use out of it if I was confident that the paint wouldn’t start flaking off once I finish the build and get miles under it. I’ll know more hopefully soon whether I can just clear coat it and seal it as it now stands.
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Originally Posted by BMC_Kid View Post
I did the same with my Zullo build. It originally was not a chromed example but I wanted something classic looking and after corresponding with Tiziano Zullo, we decided on chroming the fork, rear triangle, front derailleur hanger, and head tube lugs. He’d done this on some as optional features depending on the individual buyer. On my Pinarello Montello, if I go the route of a respray and since the whole frame is already chromed, I can just choose what areas to not paint and achieve the same look. As it currently stands, the whole frame (and stem and seat post) is cromovelato, so no chrome showing. But I love me some chrome!
I definitely prefer your wheels, with aluminum rims and cross-laced spokes.
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Those of you with carbon rims -- are you able to trigger traffic lights? I almost always can with aluminum rims, as long as I carefully position the wheels directly over the in-pavement loop detectors.

I also have reservations about radial spoking, because most hub flanges cannot handle the added stress, compared to cross-laced spokes. (I have broken a 36-hole high flange Shimano hub which previously had been radially laced.)
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Those of you with carbon rims -- are you able to trigger traffic lights? I almost always can with aluminum rims, as long as I carefully position the wheels directly over the in-pavement loop detectors.

I also have reservations about radial spoking, because most hub flanges cannot handle the added stress, compared to cross-laced spokes. (I have broken a 36-hole high flange Shimano hub which previously had been radially laced.)
Not sure about the traffic lights, but guess it doesn't make a difference.
Radial lacing if well done isn't a problem, it depends a bit on the riders weight and what hub one chooses.
If theres enough "meat" on the hub flange it should be ok. For example I would maybe refrain from doing it on C- record high flange hubs.
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