S.W. Cotten

S.W. Cotten was a bike dealer in New York city who had frames made by and studied under master builder W.B. Hurlow in the United Kingdom. It is unclear whether this particular frame was made by Hurlow or Cotten. The information handed down from the original owner was that Cotten made it. It is now… Read More S.W. Cotten

Bianchi

Here is a nice Bianchi that came in for a full restoration. We ended up doing a full tear down, frame buffing, polishing, wheel build, repack, and rebuild. I feel it came out very nice. The owner was definitely pleased.   photos by Burcin Cebi

Torelli

Torelli steel framed bicycle constructed from Columbus Allea tubing. Frame measures 47cm by 51cm center to center. The component group is Shimano 600 tricolor with the exception of the hubs, seat post, and headset. The hubs are Campagnolo of the same era laced to Ambrosio 700c rims with Continental tires. The headset is Shimano 105.… Read More Torelli

Cascarsi

The first non steel tubing bicycle to be offered at the shop. Circa late 1980s or early 1990s. I honestly don’t know much about this marquee. The frame is constructed of titanium and measures 52cm by 53cm center to center. It has a Time carbon fork. The majority of the group is Campagnolo Veloce with… Read More Cascarsi

Legnano

Legnano circa 1980s. This frame and fork were most likely built during the time period when Bianchi owned the marquee. Frame is constructed from Falck tubing and measures 58cm by 58cm center to center. Parts include: Campagnolo 170mm cranks with an Avocet 53 tooth and Campagnolo 42 tooth chain wheels, Campagnolo Gran Sport front and… Read More Legnano