Saturday, February 4, 2012

New from Wilier: Toni Bevilacqua Single Speed

New from Wilier: Toni Bevilacqua Single Speed. Antonio (Toni) Bevilacqua was an accomplished track and road cyclist. He was the track individual pursuit world champion in 1950 and 1951, won Paris-Roubaix in 1951, and won eleven Giro d'Italia stages between 1946 and 1952.

Available in blue (click on photo to enlarge) and black.

  • CrMo steel frame with track rear drop outs
  • CrMo steel fork with one inch threaded steerer
  • 32h polished aluminium alloy silver wheel rims on polished aluminium silver alloy flip-flop hubs 16/16t
  • Polished aluminium alloy silver 170mm cranks with 44t chainring.
  • KMC silver 1/8" chain
  • Polished aluminium alloy silver bars and stem
  • Polished aluminium alloy Tektro R510A dual pivot brakes
  • 700x23 gumwall tires

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    1. Made in China and painted in Italy OR handmade in Italy?

    2. Don't know one way or the other. The problem is this: