Battaglin Giovanni is a legendary former cyclist and was born on 22nd July 1951 in Marostica (Vicenza, North-East Italy). In 1981, in space of less than two months, he won Vuelta and Giro and was only the second rider after Eddy Merckx to win the Vuelta-Giro double. On the wake of his cycling’s successes and after a violent bike crash, Battaglin decided to start building bikes. In early 1980s he started working with his mechanic in a tiny workshop near his hometown Marostica (Veneto, Italy) and launched his first bicycles.
We are offering one of his steel frames from 1990s in a nice Ferrari red colour. If you would like to build a bike and need a steel frame than this is it.
Frame / Fork: Battaglin Columbus steel / Columbus steel
- seat tube (c-t): 59,5cm
- top tube (c-c): 57cm
- headset tube: 16,3cm
Condition: Used, but in good condition. Frame has no craks, dents and it is not bent. Chromed parts are in good condition. There is one little paint chip under the left chain-stay tube. New Gipieme headset bearing included.
Era: early 1990s
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