Tuesday, February 23, 2010

It Must Be Galmozzi Day

After some interesting conversation about whether to rebadge a Gamba to its constructor, Galmozzi (over at the Great Gunnar Berg's site here), it seems I've stumbled upon yet another bike, my size, that I must have...

This time, it's what you might consider a Holy Grail bike of mine. A Galmozzi with Campagnolo Cambio Corsa... conserved, good shape for a bike of its era. I can't say much more about it yet, as I'm waiting for a reply from the owner still.

As Holy Grail bikes go, supposedly, should I acquire this it would mean... that's it! No more! There's nothing better, don't bother looking. Collection complete. In fact, start unloading the others.


  1. Masini:

    Keep the paint the same I know where to get the decals. If you need to get in touch email Gunnar for my contact.


  2. "No more". It doesn't work that way.

    You will find an obscure builder in some little Italian village that built the most wonderful frames the world has ever seen, and you'll find two. Then you'll discover that his father built bikes too. And his uncle. And they learned the trade from a man in the next village who it is claimed made even better frames. Good Luck. That is one fine bicycle!