Frejus Campione del Mondo 1951


Brand: Frejus

Model: Campione del Mondo

Prodution year: early 50’s

Serial number: D572

Size: 52 cm vertical, 53 cm horizontal

Condition: preserved

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The Frejus is one of the oldest and most glorious Italian brands. Founded in Turin in 1896 by Elmo Guelfi, with the workshops located in Piazza dello Statuto, it has always stood out for its quality production and sporting orientation. The company gained notoriety in the 1930s by supplying the bike to Gino Bartali for his first Giro d’Italia in 1935. In 1948 the company will move from its original location to a new, modern factory in Via Buenos Aires in Turin. Later the brand was bought by Legnano and finally in the 70s by Bianchi. In his Palmares Frejus can boast 2 Giri d’Italia, 4 World Championships and 2 Olympic laurels as well as many other successes. They have raced among others for Frejus Bartali, Cinelli, Messina, Kubler, Nencini.

The bike is in excellent condition, excellent paint and chrome, practically intact decals. The bike was produced in the early 1950s, as shown by the ambivalent dropout (for the Campagnolo Corsa gearbox and for the Gran Sport). In this case, a Campagnolo Corsa two-stick gearbox is fitted. Hubs Campagnolo Gran Sport steel-aluminum. Beautiful Frejus crankset. Cinelli iron handlebar and stem. Universal brakes patented 361666, Sheffield Pedals Brooks saddle. Nisi Toro rims. Oiler for bottom bracket and headset. The bike has been completely overhauled and is ready to be pedaled.


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