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Campy Only is restoring a classic, 1972 Cinelli Speciale Corsa. Click here for photos and updated info as we put this great Italian classic back on the road.

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Official specs for Super Record, Nuovo Record and Gran Sport
(See the 1983 entry in the Campy timeline)

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John Murray of Queensland, Australia, completed a total rebuild of his 1982 Gios.

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Rory Frederick's 80s-era Colnago

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This 1975 Richard Sachs is one of the oldest still in existence. Click here for more photos

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Andy Lamarre's Marinoni was built in 1978 and repainted by Marinoni in 2004. Check out the cool "maple leaf" cutouts in the shift levers (for Andy's home country of Canada)

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Tim Osburn has ridden this Italvega for 20 years.

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Tom's 9170s Austro-Daimler Ultima Super Leicht features a Superleggero gruppo with Ti bb, seatpost bolt, and pedal spindles. 19.5 pounds!

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Dave Whitney's 1974 Motobecane Grand Record, one of many Campy-equipped bikes in his collection

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From Sydney, Australia, comes the nicely restored 1982 Super Record-equipped DeRosa Professional. Owner is Geoff Laidler

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Another blast from our past--Campy Only's Eric Norris in July 1983 atop the last summit on the Markleeville Death Ride (as it was known in those days--now it's just the Death Ride).

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Reader Paeng Nepomuceno is a world champion bowler and the proud owner of a 1984 Richard Sachs.

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Orv Moody's 1985 Fiorelli includes Retro and Mod equipment.
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This '83 Raleigh Professional is a great snapshot of a pro's bike. Here's how owner Sean O'Harrow of Cambridge, England, describes it:

In 1983/4 the US Olympic Team ordered 25 frames from Raleigh in
Nottinghamshire (UK), but took possession of only 24. This one is number
25 and was built up in 1985 for Denys Riley, who was Works Manager for
Raleigh at the time (unfortunately for him, he was the man who had to
close down the factory!), to do the London to Brighton annual cycle run.
Riley had it painted in the Raleigh-Panasonic professional team colours
in the same year that Phil Anderson did so well for that team (when he
won the Dauphine Libere, Tour of Switzerland, Tour of the Med, GP of
Frankfurt, etc.). It is a Raleigh Professional with completely original
equipment, including full Campagnolo (original world-logo hoods),
Reynolds 531c tubing, Mavic GP4 rims, and Isca Selle Tornado saddle. I
have put on modern Continental sew-ups so I can ride it, but I have kept
the original Clements.

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A blast from the past--the 3-arm GS crankset

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Rob Horstmanshof rides with friends in Duiven, Holland, where his Colnago is the only steel bike in the paceline.

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Wayne Plaquet's 1986 Ciocc is fully restored with NOS C-Record equipment

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This 1963 Masi Special has been fully restored--a truly great retro bike!
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Remember pantographing? Brendan O'Connor's 1981 Colnago Oval CX has it in spades.
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Nice Delta brakes on a very nice DeRosa SLX owned by Craig in Dallas, TX

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This 1976 Pogliaghi retains its original NR gruppo, plus some cool ti bits.

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Mark Anderson's Bottecchia is set up in great retro fashion with Croce d'Aune


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It's "toe clips forever!" for Bill Jollie in Madison, Wisconsin. Here are his 1974 Raleigh International (24 lbs) and 1982 Basso (18 lbs!)

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Stephen Andranian's 1985 Gitane Relica is Super Record- equipped. Note the period-correct Look pedals and the retro water bottle.

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Lynn Thackeray's PDM team Concorde features a Croce D'Aune gruppo with Delta brakes.

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Yes, it has Ergo levers, but the Delta brakes make Phil Vilardi's DeRosa a little retro.

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Anthony's Basso "Loto" sports an uncommon Synchro-7 setup, with C-Record and Cobalto brakes

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Check out this very rare Mario Confente fixed gear.
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Two bikes on a snowy day in Spokane, Washington--Eddy Merckx and Gios. Reader Paul Turner is waiting for the snow to clear ...

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Campy Only has added a new "retro" bike to our stable. This 1990-era Benotto frame features a Cinelli bottom bracket and cool retro-look chrome plating. Mix of SR and NR equipment.
More photos and info here

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Look for Martin Tann's 1979 Holdsworth on the roads between Wibledon and Heathrow--he uses it for his daily commute. Still mostly original, including the Rally derailleur.

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Reader Dennis Stover is the proud owner of a vintage 1974 Richard Sachs
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Joey's all-original DeRosa features Deltas and C-Record. He has logged 75,000 miles on this bike since 1988.

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C-Record and Deltas on Rob Griffin's '89 Merckx Corsa Extra. "Sweet ride"! Hometown is Long Beach, CA

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Lots of cool early parts on Rudolph's Gios Torino.

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30 years old and still a great ride--Jeff Mackenzie's Gios Torino from Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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Yet another fixed gear bike--this time a DeRosa King, owned by Chris Cameron. Check out the cool carbon fenders and the not-politically-correct mudflap:
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Fixed gear riding is coming back with a vengeance--here is Doug Sloan's Campy-equipped Bianchi. Lots more photos here

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All ready for Campy equipment--Jimmy Katynski's Della Santa

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Very cool 1976 Hetchins!
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Campy Only's Eric Norris snapped these shots of famous Campy user Eddy Merckx in about 1985, when he was in Southern California visiting a local shop. He is pictured checking out a Campy-equipped eponymous bike and signing an autograph for one of the staff.

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Reader Ed Krafsur calls his 1976 Paramount the "ultimate coffee shop bike."

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