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Sante Pogliaghi opens his workshop in 1947 in Milan, building frames on competition bikes. Track tandems are particularly popular. Its production, completely handmade, is limited to about one hundred frames per year. Over time, production increased to around one thousand frames per year in the 1970s. Sante Pogliaghi was famous for knowing how to build frames that perfectly suited the needs of the runner and the various specialties. They raced with bikes Pogliaghi Sercu. Merckx, Beghetto, Faggin. Pettenella and Rossi.
This bike was supplied by the New Zealand national team. Mount Campagnolo Nuovo Record groupset. Super Record seatpost. Cinelli steel stem and handlebar. Cinelli Unicanitor saddle. Nisi rims.