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Eio Cozzi was a good pistard at the turn of the 10s and 20s. If on road competitions he did not obtain significant results, on the track he caught successes with grat ease and dedicated himself to this speciality making the most of the revival of this type of competitions that developed at the end of the 1920s. In the course of his activity he won several Tuscan Titles and in 1927 he crowned his career by winning the Italian speed championship of the independent category.
At the end of his career he opened a bicycle shop in the center of Folrence that immediately became an important meeting place for enthusiasts. His bicycle, with their unmistakable yellow color, stood out for their excellent quality and accuracy of finish, never forgetting their aesthetic appearence. An example is the bicycle presented which has a particulary beautiful and worked fork head.
The bike presented is in excellent condition of conservation, with its original color. It is fitted with a Campagnolo Record group with high flange hubs and 151 mm carnkset. Sheffield pedals. Universal brakes patented 453949. Universal lightened brake levers. Brooks saddle. Nisi rims. The bike has been restored conservatively and is ready to be pedaled.