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drewellison 10-21-19 10:41 AM

Sold: Tommasini Sintesi Campy 9sp 58x57.5
 
Sold:
This Tommasini Sintesi is in excellent condition.

Columbus Neuron tubeset.
This is a real Italian racing rocket - quick handling with efficient power transfer.
Color is a pearlescent white.

Size is 58 ctc and top tube is about 57.5.
No dings, dents, or rust.
The chrome is in as-new condition.
There are some paint chips which have been touched up.
The frame has been frame-savered.

I got the bike from a good friend probably about 5 years ago. This was one of a multiple number of bikes he had and he lives in Arizona and I wanted it and he knew it so I got it, just the frame/fork/hs. It just didnít fit him very well at all, so he didnít ride it much. Iíve always kept my bike in my heated shop in my house. For me, itís one of about a dozen road bikes Iíve got and Iíve just got to downsize. So thatís why Iím selling.

Crankset: Centaur Ultra-Torque 53-39
Rear D: Daytona 9-sp
Front D: Chorus 10-sp
Shifters: Daytona 9-sp
Brakes: Centaur dual pivot
Seatpost: Campy aero (not sure of model)
Hubs: Campy Centaur 32 hole
Avocet O2 saddle
No pedals. Iím keeping the pedals. You probably have your own, anyway.
Conti 4000 tires, 700x25.
DT double butted stainless spokes,
Nitto Noodle 46cm bars.

Chain: Campy 9-sp. with plenty of wear left according to my Park chain wear tool.
Cassette: Campy 9-sp. 13-26
Skewers: Campy, probably original to the hubs
Downtube shifter guides/stops: Campy alloy
Seatpost binder bolt: Yes, itís Campy!

$1,000 net to me. I will pack very well and can ship Bike Flights or however you want.

Made in Italy, of course!
Thanks for looking.
Drew

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cpsqlrwn 10-21-19 11:46 AM

This shouldn't last very long at all. Very nice and a great price. Way too big for me unfortunately. If anyone has a 52 or 53 Tommasini for sale, please PM me..

drewellison 10-26-19 12:18 PM

Weekend bump.
You know your want this! :)

91Bear 11-15-19 10:03 AM

I've read this tubing is for lighter folks and that the oversized Tecno is better for larger people. Do you think that 195 lbs would be too much for it?

Is that 9 speed Campy Record?

drewellison 11-15-19 11:40 AM


Originally Posted by 91Bear (Post 21210069)
I've read this tubing is for lighter folks and that the oversized Tecno is better for larger people. Do you think that 195 lbs would be too much for it?

Is that 9 speed Campy Record?

Good question. I think in the sense that a larger diameter tubeset would be better suited to a larger (and stronger) rider, then Iíve got to think that thatís where the thought that Techno is best for larger riders and Neuron for lighter (and less strong) riders. But thereís no weight limit on the tubeset that I can find. Never heard of one. And heck, think of all those riders (Big and small, strong and not as strong) through the Ď60s, Ď70s, Ď80s, Ď90s who rode on standard diameter tubing and they did just fine.

Iím currently 170 lbs and was about 190-195 lbs. four years ago. Never had any stiffness or other issues with the frame. Itís plenty stiff, one of the stiffer steel frames Iíve had. 195 lb. rider should do just fine on this.

Itís a mix of Campy parts, not one model groupset. But it works really well together.
Crankset: Centaur Ultra-Torque 53-39
Rear D: Daytona 9-sp
Front D: Chorus 10-sp
Shifters: Daytona 9-sp
Brakes: Centaur dual pivot
Seatpost: Campy aero (not sure of model)
Hubs: Campy Centaur 32 hole
Other parts: Avocet O2 saddle, Ritchey Peloton pedals (Look delta compatible), Conti 4000 tires, DT double butted stainless spokes, Nitto Noodle 46cm bars.

Drew

drewellison 11-15-19 11:49 AM

A couple other things ...
Chain: Campy 9-sp. with plenty of wear left according to my Park chain wear tool.
Cassette: Campy 9-sp. 13-26
Skewers: Campy, probably original to the hubs
Downtube shifter guides/stops: Campy alloy
Seatpost binder bolt: Yes, it’s Campy!

Drew

drewellison 12-17-19 01:20 AM

Pre-Christmas bump.

91Bear 01-03-20 11:25 AM

Can you include some pictures of the components? What level Campy are they?

drewellison 01-03-20 05:43 PM


Originally Posted by 91Bear (Post 21268611)
Can you include some pictures of the components? What level Campy are they?

I updated the original post wtth parts details.
Iíll have to take photos this weekend as the bike is at my shop at the moment. Will post a link to more photos early next week.

drewellison 01-06-20 12:10 AM

Here are lots more photos.
https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B0p5epZ6ad7kXL
Drew

drewellison 01-14-20 10:08 AM

Someone asked me the history of the bike. Here it is, all that I know.

I got the bike from a good friend probably about 5 years ago. This was one of a multiple number of bikes he had and he lives in Arizona and I wanted it and he knew it so I got it, just the frame/fork/hs. It just didn’t fit him very well at all, so he didn’t ride it much. I’ve always kept my bike in my heated shop in my house. For me, it’s one of about a dozen road bikes I’ve got and I’ve just got to downsize. So that’s why I’m selling.

I’ll add this comment to the original post.

Ask away, any more questions. You can be assured that this is in excellent condition.

guyoverfelt 01-16-20 06:20 PM

nice bike!

Dr Bianchi 01-18-20 11:48 PM

What year is this nice bike

drewellison 01-20-20 12:22 AM


Originally Posted by Dr Bianchi (Post 21290264)
What year is this nice bike

I have in my notes that itís from 2000. Not sure how I figured that out at one time, but I did.

drewellison 01-28-20 10:14 AM

I’m planning to take this to the Seattle Bike Swap if I haven’t sold it by then. So all you SBS attendees, come see it in person. I’ll have a couple of other nice bikes for sale, too.
https://www.cascade.org/rides-and-ev...ttle-bike-swap

Chad991 02-16-20 10:24 PM

Beautiful bike, wish I had seen this before I bought mine....good luck with sale

drewellison 02-16-20 10:41 PM


Originally Posted by Chad991 (Post 21330637)
Beautiful bike, wish I had seen this before I bought mine....good luck with sale

Thanks! Just sold today.

Chad991 02-16-20 10:55 PM

Someone got a nice bike!


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