Cicli Bombardieri Sporty 28" modified women's 26"- Sportivo 28" modificato donna 26"
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Model: Sporty 28" modified women's 26"- Sportivo 28" modificato donna 26"
Brand: Cicli Bombardieri
Category: Road Sport
Years: Early 1950's - Early 1970's
Country: Italy
Production: Individual Hand Crafted
Sold As: Complete Bicycle
Material: Steel
Construction: Welded
Drivetrain: Derailleurs
Wheel Size: Da 28" a 26"
Added By: Ciclo storico on 04/28/24
Updated By: Ciclo storico on 04/28/24
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It involved modifying an existing sports chassis on request. From wheel size 28" inches to 26". The frame was cut, shaped, reinforced and finally welded again; replaced the 26" fork. The job was less expensive than a new bike and the shape was more particular and unique. The blue frame is the initial example, the red one is the result. Si trattava di modificare a richiesta un telaio sportivo esistente. Dalla dimensione della ruota da 28" pollici a 26". Il telaio è stato tagliato, sagomato, rinforzato ed infine nuovamente saldato; sostituito la forcella da 26". Il lavoro era meno costoso di una bici nuova e la forma più particolare e unica. Il telaio blu è l'esempio iniziale, quello rosso è il risultato.
Primary Example:Cicli Bombardieri Sporty 28" modified women's 26"- Sportivo 28" modificato donna 26"
Years:N/ASold As:Complete Bicycle
Bottom Bracket:Italian: 36mm x 24Brake Mounting:Exterior Nutted
Lug Style:Brake Guides:
Fork Style:Seat Stays:
Fork Crown Style:Main Tubing:
Rear Dropouts:Color(s):
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Attività avviata da Bombardieri Santo negli anni Trenta alternandolo al lavoro d’infermiere. Il figlio Ubaldo, dopo la guerra, segue le orme paterne lavorando anche presso altri due produttori di biciclette. Nel 1953 Bombardieri Ubaldo inaugura il proprio negozio dov'è tuttora, Cicli Bombardieri Petosino. La passione per la “bici” passa anche a Stefano che dagli anni ottanta lavorera con papà Ubaldo. Nel 1997 Ubaldo va in pensione e  prosegue  Bombardieri Stefano. Activity started by Bombardieri Santo in the 1930s, alternating him with the work of a nurse. After the war, his son Ubaldo followed in his father's footsteps, also working for two other bicycle manufacturers. In 1953 Bombardieri Ubaldo inaugurated its own shop where it still is, Cicli Bombardieri Petosino. The passion for the "bike" also passes to Stefano who from the eighties will work with his father Ubaldo. In 1997 Ubaldo retired and Bombardieri Stefano continued.
 
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