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BIANCHI Specialissima ”Gimondi”, Campagnolo Super Record 1st gen, 59.5cm (1977) – SOLD

Bianchi is the world’s oldest bicycle-making company still in existence, founded in 1885 by Eduardo Bianchi in Milan, Italy. No doubt, Bianchi is the pioneer of bicycle development since the beginning. They invented equal-sized wheels with pneumatic rubber tires in 1895, first bicycle ever featuring a cardan joint transmission in 1901 and front brake system in 1913.

Throughout Bianchi’s 130-year history, the Specialissima name has represented the pinnacle of the Italian legend’s road machine line-up. The ”Specialissima” was introduced in late 1950s as successor of famous ”Campione del mondo” model and remains Bianchi’s top model till today.

In early 1970s, Bianchi returned to the pro peloton as main sponsor of the Bianchi-Campagnolo Team. The team was continuation of the Team Salvarani, directed by Vittorio Adorni, the 1965 Giro d’Italia winner and 1968 World Champion. The Bianchi-Campagnolo Team was one of the strongest teams back then with 1972 and 1973 world champions Marino Basso and Felice Gimondi on board. In 1974 F.Gimondi won Milan-San Remo, in 1976 he won the Giro di Italia. In 1976 the entire Bianchi Campagnolo team were using Bianchi Specialissima bikes, basically the same we are presenting here.

Felice Gimondi (Bianchi Campagnolo Team) in maglia rosa at the Giro di Italia 1976

Felice Gimondi (Bianchi Campagnolo Team) in maglia rosa at the Giro di Italia 1976


Happy to offer another Bianchi‘s top class racing machine, the Specialissima Super Record which dates back to 1977. Extraordinary details makes you understand that Edoardo Bianchi was a medical tool engineer, before he started with bike manufacturing: beautiful lugs with cut-outs, fork crown with ‘B’, lightweight Columbus SL tubing and aero-shaped seat stays marked Bianchi with serial number on both sides of the seat lug (serial number 2.7. means the frame was made in Ferbruary 1977). This stunning Specialissima is build with Campagnolo Super Record 1st gen groupset, Cinelli stem and handlebar, NiSi rims. No much words needed.

Iconic and very collectible! Nice catch for any vintage bike collector. L’Eroica ready.



Frame & Fork: Bianchi Specialissima, Columbus SL tubing (frame no 2.7. 188)


– seat tube (c-t): 59.5 cm

– top tube (c-c): 59.5 cm

– headset tube: 16 cm

– standover: 83 cm

Crankset: Campagnolo Super Record 170mm

Bottom bracket : Campagnolo Super Record

Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 1st gen

Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 1st gen (Pat.77)

Headset: Campagnolo Super Record

Shifters: Campagnolo Super Record

Brake Levers: Campagnolo Super Record 1st gen

Brakes: Campagnolo Super Record 1st gen

Handlebar: 3ttt  Mod Competizione

Stem: 3ttt Record (110 mm)

Hubs: Campagnolo Super Record

Cassette: Regina Extra Oro

Seatpost: Campagnolo Super Record Bianchi (27,2mm)

Saddle: Cinelli Unicanitor

Pedals: Campagnolo Super Record

Toe cage: Cinelli

Rims: NiSi

Tubulars: Continental Giro (new)

Handlebar Tape: cotton, biege



Condition: Used, but very good condition. New paint. No cracks, no dents, not bent. Some signs of normal use. All parts are working fine.

Year: 1977

Price: SOLD (October 2021)



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