Updated: June 11/2020
This 1967 Pinarello badged Galmozzi was imported from Italy as is shown. The frameset was built by Francesco Galmozzi (notice the scalloped seatlug, a feature that Galmozzi used from time-to-time) for the Pinarello sponsored Mainetti Team. I also have a Pinarello badged Galmozzi from the 50s in original, but rough paint. UPDATE PINARELLO I got to know Giovanni Pinarello quite well when I lived in Treviso. My wife went to school with his daughter. In Treviso you see quite a few older PInarello bikes from teh 50's and 60's. They were and are the largest shop in the city of Treviso. They produced very little in house and Giovanni was not a builder himself. They bought racing frames from many of the premier builders in the initial years and sold them alongside city bikes and even folding bikes. The push into racing bikes started in the 60's and became important in the 70's. Mike Barry's shop Bicyclesport in Toronto sold Pinarello frames in the late 70's and early 80's. They were definitely a notch above most other similarly priced frames. One of my friends worked as a framebuilder for Pinarello for approximately 5 years in the late 80's. The work shop was on the strada ovest (viale della repubblica) in Treviso, which is now the offices and warehouse. When I distributed Colnago bikes, I remember that Ernesto was very upset with competition from Pinarello. It was the only manufacturer that could make Ernesto upset. He is probably seething about this news. Steven Maasland Moorestown, NJ, USA THE BIKE Frame: Columbus SL. The style of lugs I have not seen on another Galmozzi. The headtube is stamped "GALMOZZI SUPER COMPETIZIONE". Refinished. Brakeset: Universal 68 brake calipers and levers. Handlebars: Cinelli Campione del Mondo Stem: Cinelli 1A with 7mm nut. Headset: Campagnolo Nuovo Record Shifters: Campagnolo Record Bar Ends Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Record front derailleur, bronze chromed arms. First year production without cable stop. Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Record rear derailleur with 9-toothed pulley wheels, similar to the ones mounted on the 1st generation 1967 Nuovo Record rear derailleur. Crankset: No date Campagnolo Nuovo Record crankset. 1967 is the first year for the 144 BCD crankset. Original narrow "0" Campagnolo dustcaps. Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo Record bottom bracket Italian thread (36 x 24 f) Campagnolo Record bottom bracket with thin cups. Pedals: Campagnolo Gran Sport / Record with small lettering. Wheelset: 36 hole Campagnolo Nuovo Record hubs laced with 36 hole Nisi and stainless steel Stella spokes. Chain : Regina Oro Freewheel: 5 speed Regina Oro Seatpost: Campagnolo (27.0 mm) Saddle: Modified (butchered) 1967 Brooks Professional saddle, with drillium.