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ROSSIN Record SL, Campagnolo Nuovo Record, 57.5cm (1975/76)

Rossin is not the oldest of the great Italian bike builders but it is certainly up with the very best. Their story starts in 1973 when Gibi Baronchelli, riding for Iclas Team, won the amateur versions of the Giro d’Italia and the Tour de France. Vittorio Ghezzi, the owner of the Iclas Team decided to build a professional team around Baronchelli. The plan was to use bikes supplied by Colnago who were already supplying bikes to the SCIC Team. With help from Colnago, Baronchelli jumped to the SCIC team, angering Ghezzi who dropped Colnago as bike supplier for his team.

Mario Rossin worked as a frame builder at Colnago for several years and got invited to join the new company. On September 14, 1974, Cicli Rossin was established by five partners – Vittorio Ghezzi and his son Guiseppe, Alberto Inzaghi, Domenico Garbelli, and Mario Rossin, who all agreed that the new bikes would be called “Rossin.”  The “R” in the Rossin logo was adopted from Rossignol skis, and the pentagon represents the five founding members of the company. Mario Rossin was the design genius behind the company’s begining and ever since then the Rossin name has been one of innovation and racing success.

Rossin continued their tradition of innovation with some radical monocoque “Space” time trial frames with sloping top tubes and very aerodynamic handlebars. In 1983, they invented the disc wheel which was used by Francesco Moser to set the one hour record in Mexico. Also in 1983, The Soviet and American track teams were riding Rossins.

Here we are presenting another Italian top of the line vintage racing machines, also one of earlier Rossin produced. Talking about beautiful Rossin Record SL, which dates back to mid 1970s. Superb frameset is made of Columbus SL tubing, built with a high-end Campagnolo Nuovo Record groupset (pantograph levers, chainring and seatpost) with pantograph Cinelli stem and handlebar, new old stock Cinelli saddle and NiSi rims to completes this racing machine, without renouncing quality, styleperformance. Ready for L’Eroica and other vintage bike events

Great catch for any vintage bike enthusiasts.



Frame & Fork: Rossin Record  / Columbus SL


– seat tube (c-t): 57.5 cm

– top tube (c-c): 56.5 cm

– headset tube: 14.2 cm

– standover: 82 cm

Crankset: Campagnolo Nuovo Record / Rossin pantograph chainring

Bottom bracket : Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Nuovo Record (pat.74)

Headset: Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Shifters: Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Brake Levers: Campagnnolo Nuovo Record, Rossin pantograph

Brakes: Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Handlebar: Cinelli Mod. Giro d’Italia

Stem: Cinelli, Rossin pantograph (115 mm)

Hubs: Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Rims: NiSi

Cassette: Regina Oro (6 speed)

Seatpost: Campagnolo Nuovo Record Rossin pantograph (27,2mm)

Saddle: Cinelli Unicanitor (new old stock)

Pedals: Campagnolo Nuovo Record

Tubulars: Vittoria Rally (new)

Handlebar Tape: black, leather (new)



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

Year: 1975-76

Weight: 9.5kg (as on photo)

Price: 1899€ (was 2999€)

* Shipping worldwide available. Due to copyright reasons the photos are in lower resolution and marked with watermark. If you are interested in buying, have any questions or would like to request a full HD photo album of the bike please feel free to contact us.