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MOSER Super Prestige, Campagnolo Super Record, 58cm (early 1980s) – SOLD

Francesco Moser, born 19 June 1951 in Palù di Giovo, Trentino, nicknamed “Lo sceriffo” (The sheriff), is an Italian former professional road bicycle racer. He was dominant from the mid-1970s to the early 1980s and won the 1984 Giro d’Italia, the 1977 world road racing championship and six times in three of the five classics. He turned professional in 1973, showing a stylish pedaling style. But his powerful build meant he wasn’t a gifted climber. His 273 road victories puts him behind Eddy Merckx (525) and Rik Van Looy (379), but ahead of Rik Van Steenbergen (270) and Roger De Vlaeminck (255). He was also an accomplished track rider, riding up to six Six-Day races almost each winter throughout his career.

Francesco Moser broke the hour record of Eddy Merckx (from 1972) in Mexico City, on 19 January 1984, in Mexico City. He rode 50.808 kilometers, on an aerodynamic bike with full disc wheels more advanced than the conventional bike Merckx used in 1972. He went one better and broke it again on the 23rd, with 51.151 kilometres in one hour. Later in 1984, he won the Giro d’Italia, after beating Laurent Fignon on the last stage, time trial in Verona.

F.Moser in pink at the Giro d'Italia 1984

F.Moser in pink at the Giro d’Italia 1984


Here we are presenting another Italian racing machine – MOSER Super Prestige, which dates back to early 1980s. Superb frame is made of Columbus SL tubing, featuring beautiful “FM” , “Moser” and “m” engravings. Built with top of the line Campagnolo Super Record groupset, Campagnolo Superleggeri pedals with titanium axle, 3ttt Moser stem and handlebar, Mavic GP4 wheels, Selle San Marco Concor saddle.

Legend. Eroica ready.


Frame & Fork: MOSER Super Prestige, Columbus SL tubing


– seat tube (c-t): 58 cm

– top tube (c-c): 57 cm

– headset tube: 14.3 cm

– standover: 81.5 cm

Crankset: Campagnolo Super Record, Moser pantograph

Bottom bracket: Campagnolo Super Record

Front derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record

Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record

Headset: Campagnolo Record

Shifters: Campagnolo Super Super Record (with cut-outs)

Brake levers: Campagnolo Super Record

Brakes: Campagnolo Super Record

Hubs: Campagnolo Super Record

Rims: Mavic GP4

Freewheel: Regina Oro 6s

Stem: 3ttt Moser 115 mm

Handlebar: 3ttt Mod Comp

Saddle: San Marco Concor Supercorsa

Pedals: Campagnolo Superleggeri (titanium axle)



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

Year: early 1980s

Price: SOLD (April 2024)