1972 Six-Day





The Six-Day model was a racing machine which featured a fluted seat tube to shorten the wheelbase. The lug pattern is modified Prugnat. The basic components include Campy 151 pista cranks and bottom bracket, with inch-pitch 24T chainring, Campy NR steel headset, Campy SL track pedals with Christophe leather covered clips and Binda straps, with a Diamond Roller chain.

The rest of the components are divided into road and track groupsets, as follows. For road: wheels built on Campy Pista hubs with Weinmann 27" rims and IRC 27 x 1 tires, with 10T cog, Cinelli road stem and bars (with period Schwinn vinyl tape), and a Campy front brake. For track: another set of Campy Pista hubs with Fiamme Ergal rims and Criterium Ruota Special tires, with 8T cog, Cinelli Track bar and stem with Velox tape.

Fotos courtesy of Bob Freeman.