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 Post subject: Sannino GS
PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:12 pm 
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Campagnolo Gran Sport Groupset. I later added retro non aero and period correct Universal levers with half hoods.


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 Post subject: Re: Sannino GS
PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2013 9:14 pm 
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That is really Beautiful, and in a perfect size as well!

I imagine it rides as well as it looks.
Thanks for sharing but please tell us more as I really like this.
Jamie


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 Post subject: Re: Sannino GS
PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2013 9:23 pm 
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Jamiedyer wrote:
That is really Beautiful, and in a perfect size as well!

I imagine it rides as well as it looks.
Thanks for sharing but please tell us more as I really like this.
Jamie

Info found on Bikeforums :

Sannino is an Italian brand built by Mauro Sannino. He was taught framebuilding by his grandfather and spent about 10 years apprenticing to other framebuilders before starting his own business in 1979. He earned his reputation by supplying bicycles to the Polish and Russian national teams. Production was fairly limited, with about 1500 frames per year in the mid-1980s.

Many of the early models were roughly finished but by the mid-1980s, things had improved considerably. A trademark of many Sannino models were steeper geometries. Seventy-five degree seat tubes and seventy-seven degree head tubes were used on the mid-1980s Professional model. Offhand, I do not recall a Criterium model, but of the models I do recall, none were less than Columbus SL.


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