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CIOCC Finally Finished

Old 11-29-14, 04:38 AM
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CIOCC Finally Finished

Just finished the CIOCC, got back from a good shake down ride. Everything works fantastic. Those Down tube 10 speed index shifters work Flawless
Campagnolo 10 speed Record Group.
Chorus Brakes
Wheels are Record Ti hubs, Mavic Rims
Selle SMP Plus Saddle
3ttt Stem and 42cm 3ttt Handle bars





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Old 11-29-14, 04:46 AM
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Very Nice Bike - Congratulations and Enjoy!
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Beautiful bike MA enjoy.
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Superbe. You are the pioneer on those DT shifters.
I hope thirdgenbird is reading this, he's been after that solution for a while.
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Superbe. You are the pioneer on those DT shifters.
I hope thirdgenbird is reading this, he's been after that solution for a while.
Very Easy to do. I can post a step by step procedure if you guys want....
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That bike looks like it is ready to run fast...while just sitting there...great bike...sexy...
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Very Easy to do. I can post a step by step procedure if you guys want....
Thanks for the offer, I don't think I have the talent to handle a 10 DT but I might try if you post the procedure and it is not too complicated.
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Bellissima! The white hoods, tape, saddle, toe straps, and cable housing look great with the decals and that gorgeous blue paint.

Is that frame from about the same period as my 1981 Bianchi, with the top-mounted brake cable guides, single water bottle mount, and under-chainstay shift cable routing? Thanks for the information regarding the 10-speed setup, which is an upgrade others may want to try at some point.
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Looks great. I love those chorus brakes.
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I agree beautiful bike.
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Very, very nice. I would love to see the shifter build.
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Beautiful bike, very nice job. I've owned a couple ciocc bikes and in my opinion one of the nicest riding bikes ever built.
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Bar end to Down tube shifter mod.
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Beautiful simplicity. Such an attractive bike and the down tube shifters are a great feature. I love it.
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Nice! And thanks for the tutorial.
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Nice. I like the shifter mod!
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Originally Posted by Michael Angelo View Post
Just finished the CIOCC, got back from a good shake down ride. Everything works fantastic. Those Down tube 10 speed index shifters work Flawless
Campagnolo 10 speed Record Group.
Chorus Brakes
Wheels are Record Ti hubs, Mavic Rims
Selle SMP Plus Saddle
3ttt Stem and 42cm 3ttt Handle bars





Reminds me of one I had, an '85.
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Beautiful! Is that original paint? If so, it looks to have barely been ridden in its previous life

Interesting that you were able to get the 10 speed working with DT shifters. I'm going to have to check out your other thread. Seems to me someone was asking about the possibility of DTs working with 10 speed a few days ago. Hope he sees this.

Another gorgeous addition to your stable. Congrats!

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Very nice! The Record looks great on that frame. I'd prefer a more traditional looking saddle, though.
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Schweet! My size too.
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Beautiful! Is that original paint? If so, it looks to have barely been ridden in its previous life

Interesting that you were able to get the 10 speed working with DT shifters. I'm going to have to check out your other thread. Seems to me someone was asking about the possibility of DTs working with 10 speed a few days ago. Hope he sees this.

Another gorgeous addition to your stable. Congrats!

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Yep, it's original paint just cleaned and polished. I did rechrome the fork and add new Fork Columbus Decals. I took the CIOCC out on a group ride this morning, got lots of double takes and compliments. The shifters work better than I expected, very positive up shifts and down shifts. The whole bike feels real good, cruises at 20+ mph easily.
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Very nice! The Record looks great on that frame. I'd prefer a more traditional looking saddle, though.
The saddle does look a bit different but it's very comfortable and solid at the same time. I still love my Brooks Pro's and B17's. I need a Saddle that is at least 150mm wide.
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Definite winner. Wonderful color and elegant overall effect...

It's bikes like this one that make me think my next project might have to be an Italian. With Campy.
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