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Ezio Cozzi was a good pistard at the turn of the 10’s and 20’s. If on road competitions he did not achieve significant results on the track he took success with great ease and dedicated himself to this specialty making the most of the flourishing of this type of competition that developed in the late 1920s. During 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 shop in the center of Florence which immediately became an important meeting place for fans. His bicycles, with an unmistakable yellow color, were distinguished by the excellent quality and the accuracy of the finishes, never forgetting the aesthetic aspect.
The bike presented has conjunctions and fork head pantographed with Cozzi’s “C” to demonstrate the accuracy of the finishes. Bicycle in like new condition. It is set up with the Campagnolo Nuovo Record groupset. Campagnolo New Record lightened Super Record crankset. Campagnolo Record hubs with high flange. Universal Super 68 brakes. 3TTT Stem. Cinelli Giro d’Italia handlebar. Nisi rims. Cinelli Unicanitor saddle. The brake levers and the stem are pantographed Cozzi.