Olympia Special Piuma
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Model: Special Piuma
Brand: Olympia
Category: Road Race
Years: Mid 1960's - Early 1970's
Country: Netherlands
Production: Individual Hand Crafted
Sold As: Complete Bicycle
Material: Steel
Construction: Lugged
Drivetrain: Derailleurs
Wheel Size: 700c
Added By: aixaix on 01/06/12
Updated By: JFischer on 01/08/12
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Model General Information
Second best Olympia racing model, after Competizione Super Leggera. Double-butted tubing (probably Falck), equipped with Campagnolo Record derailleurs, three arm cotterless Campy Sport crank, Sheffield Sprint pedals, Nuovo Tipo hubs (high or low flange), Nisi tubular rims, Universal Super 68 sidepull brakes & levers; TTT bars and stem; chrome steel tubular seat post, plastic saddle (often, but not exclusively Frecchia d'Oro; sometimes suede covered) & Ofmega headset. Pearlescent white finish with chrome head lugs, fork crown & chrome drop-out clamping surfaces.


Primary Example:Olympia Special Piuma (Mid 1960's - Early 1970's)
Years:Mid 1960's - Early 1970'sSold As:Complete Bicycle
Bottom Bracket:Italian: 36mm x 24Brake Mounting:Exterior Nutted
Brake Bridge:ReinforcedDerailleur Cable Routing:Brazed-On over BB guides
Lug Style:Long PointBrake Guides:Clamp on
Fork Style:Curved BladesSeat Stays:Capped, flat
Fork Crown Style:Semi-slopingMain Tubing:
Rear Dropouts:HorizontalColor(s):
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Resources:Reference & Charts
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