Updated: October 3/2021

1983 Rossin Record

Rossin was founded in 1973 as a result of a disagreement between Vittorio Ghezzi and Ernesto Colnago, after Colnago facilitated Baronchelli’s move to SCIC. As a esult, Ghezzi decided to produce his own line of competitive bicycles and recruited Mario Rossin who worked for Colnago. In September1974, Rossin was born with the logo made of an “R” nestled in a pentagon recognizing the 5 founders of the new company (i.e., Vttorio and Guiseppe, Alberto Inzaghi, Dominico Garbelli, and Mario Rossin). In 1981, Rossin sponsored the Belgian DAF Trucks team with riders like Roger De Vlaeminck. In 1983, Rossin bikes were used both by the Russian and USA national track teams. In 1992 Rossin name was sold to Finross. Mario Rossin died in November 2018. THE BIKE Frame: 1983, original paint Rossin Record frameset made from Columbus SL tubes and Campagnolo dropouts. 57.0 and 58.5 cm top and seat tubes, respectively. Brakeset: Campagnolo Record with white shield brake hoods. Cardboards for brake adjustment barrels are present. Handlebars: Flying C logo Cinelli Campion del Mondo (66-42) Stem: Flying C logo Cinelli 1R stem (11 cm c-to-c) Headset: Campagnolo Record alloy Shifters: Campagnolo Record Front Derailleur: Braze-on Campagnolo Super Record Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record dated 1983 Crankset: Campagnolo Record dated 1983 Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo Record Pedals: Campagnolo Super Record pedals with steel spindles and Ale alloy toe clips. Wheelset: Campagnolo Record hubs laced to Mavic G40 anodized clincher rims. Chain : Regina CX Freewheel: 6 speed Regina CX Seatpost: Campagnolo Super Record Saddle: Concor S. Marco Superleggera Water Bottle Cage/Bottle: Original Rossin water bottle by Makos (BG) - Italy and Blackburn USA alloy cage.