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Cilo frame identification

Old 09-19-23, 03:15 AM
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Cilo frame identification

Well. I know itís a cilo but I havenít seen one that matches this one.

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Try posting in the C&V sub-forum https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vintage/
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Originally Posted by sced
Try posting in the C&V sub-forum https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vintage/
Agree. Looks like a CX frame (or Long distance tourer) given the canti brake bosses, but C&V more likely to be helpful. You may want to include a pic of the underside of the BB to show any serial numbers or other info.
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C&V, as per above. You might also try contacting this fellow in the UK (https://diaryofacyclingnobody.com/about-me/); looks like the blog is still active and he appears to know quite a bit about these frames/the company.
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