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Zullo from the early 80s - any info

Old 12-15-09, 10:39 AM
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Zullo from the early 80s - any info

I have an early-80s Zullo, Columbus tubing and Campagnolo Nuovo Record all around, and I was wondering if anyone else has one or has any information related to their history and the company. I've found a bit googling around, but not much.
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Tiziano Zullo started building frames in the mid to late 70's. Early bikes were either sold locally (as Zullo's) or
sold to other Italian builders. In 1978 Zullo started to export bikes to Europe and the US and also supplied local
clubs in the Verona area. Zullo was the supplier of frames to the Dutch TVM team from 1986 thru 1992.
Zullo built with Columbus steel, as well as Aluminum and CF. frames.
He is very well thought of builder and recently won accolades at NAHBS (2009 show).
Some more information is available here: https://www.classicrendezvous.com/Italy/Zullo/Zullo.htm
You can get more information by contacting Zullo Directly at https://www.zullo-bike.com/

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Originally Posted by lotek View Post
Tiziano Zullo started building frames in the mid to late 70's. Early bikes were either sold locally (as Zullo's) or
sold to other Italian builders. In 1978 Zullo started to export bikes to Europe and the US and also supplied local
clubs in the Verona area. Zullo was the supplier of frames to the Dutch TVM team from 1986 thru 1992.
Zullo built with Columbus steel, as well as Aluminum and CF. frames.
He is very well thought of builder and recently won accolades at NAHBS (2009 show).
Some more information is available here: https://www.classicrendezvous.com/Italy/Zullo/Zullo.htm
You can get more information by contacting Zullo Directly at https://www.zullo-bike.com/

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Thanks for the information! So they are still building bikes, then?
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My first Italian Frame - gorgeous in blue and white, over-heated seat post area, forks badly warped from crown to tips. Beautiful, but mine suffered from poor construction.

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