Dan's Bohemian is set up
for "credit card" touring (really, the only way to go
unless you like waking up in a freezing cold tent). We'll
forgive the non-Campy bits 'cause of the very cool frame.
Luke Batten's Colnago C-50 track
bike features a Campy pista crankset
W.A. Manning's limited edition
Time VXRS wears the Swiss Federation colors. Campy and Fulcrum
Here's an unusual entry--a
Campy-equipped Moulton, built by
Bobbie Martin for his daughter. Mix of several 10s gruppos.
Henrik Seidenfaden's favorite
framebuilder made this frame, which Henrik built up all Campy.
Jonathan Sadler's 1984 Eddy
Merckx was repainted by Joe Bell. It's equipped with Record
parts and Neutron wheels. Nice background.
Phillip Brown of Chadstone,
Victoria, Australia, sent this photo of his new Look KG461.
Klaus Heindel's Storck,
photographed with some beautiful Swiss scenery in
the background. He says the bike is even faster than it
Samu Laine's wife rides this
pretty Colnago Cristallo in Finland (when the snow melts) More
Russell Hearst's 2005 Pinarello Galileo with full Veloce. He
rides it in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, site of the Worlds in
Cyclocross, anyone? Timo Worst,
of Amsterdam, Holland, set his 'cross bike up with Record
equipment. Just one chainring!
It's snowy in northern Michigan,
but Dave and his 2006 Colnago are waiting for Spring!
Erik Hekkelman's stable includes
a Colnago C40 (elsewhere in this gallery) and this C35.
This bike is for the flats, which pretty much make up all of his
homeland in Holland.
Three bikes from John Petrocik--including
a Campy-equipped Fuji 'cross bike.
Nicely equipped titanium Seven.
17.01 lbs. Here's info
from owner Bob Morgenstern
Woody Meyer's Eddy Merckx hails from
Hong Kong. Chorus and Record 9s drivetrain.
He's at it again! Michael
Alexander's "Campyitis" has flared up, as shown by his
new Hyperon Ultra wheels.
Peter Downey's Pinarello
Montello GX is an early "mod" bike
Michel Debusschere's Pinarello
Prince is equipped with a Chorus triple setup and decked out in
Fassa colors. You'll find it on the road in Belgium.
Andrew Groom's training bike for
winters in Nottingham, UK, is a Campy-equipped Salsa La Raza.
His race bike is a Seven Axiom
Geoff Johns sent this photo of
his 2004 Bianchi EV4. Record gear, Zipp wheels
Mike Owens Richard Sachs has been many places,
including the famous Arenberg Forest
W. Walters' "black out" Fondriest.
Mike James' Moots Ti features a very nice Joe
Bell paint job.
Karl Kane Design tricked out this Teschner
frameset for the Wholly Bagels Cycling development program in
Wellington, New Zealand. Among the features on this
female-specific bike is thinner handlebar tape (to help smaller
hands grab the bars). Email
Karl for more info
Lots of carbon on "SpinDawg's" Colnago, including
Hyperon Ultra wheels.
Errimy Samad's Cinelli Proxima hails from Melbourne, Australia.
Love the graphics!
18-year-old Chirs Kaiser of Toronto, Canada, worked a summer job to afford
total "mod" rebuild of a classic Benotto frame from
the 1970s. Very nice results.
Joe Busic's '02 Orbea features
full carbon Record equipment, plus a ton of other cool
bits--even carbon handlebar plugs!
Jack McClain of Phoenix, AZ,
wrote about his titanium Havnoonian:
frame is a HH Racing "Furiosa" made to measure for me back in the late
90's by Harry Havnoonian. Supposedly the titanium was sourced
fromdismantled Soviet Mig jet fighters; a "sword to plowshares" story!
The frame is somewhat unusual in that it is lugged and bonded Titanium. Note
the unusual placement of the rear brake and the twin seat stays. It is a
very sweet ride!
The gruppo is Campy Record 10-speed (of course!) with FSA compact crank and
other nice bits here and there. I've been tempted now and again by some
sexy Italian frames, but always answer with "why" when I'm lucky enough to
own this fine bike.
Nigel Somers used 2006 Record
components to build up this DeRosa Titanio T2--even a Ti
Gert-Jann LeenKnegts's DeRosa
Primato is a nice mix of mod components and retro styling.
Luwin Kwan's '06 Specialized,
built with a Veloce/Centaur mix and Fulcrum wheels. Nice photo.
Chuck Schlesinger's SadiLah
carbon can be seen on the roads of San Diego, CA.
André Bourgault's Marinoni VR2. Not Record, but Chorus (good
choice), with Zonda wheels
Chin Yen Lee's Chorus-equipped
Giant, often seen on the circuits near his home in Singapore.
Steve Curtiss' Colnagno is probably
a Speciallissima. Email
Steve if you can help ID the model or year.
Allan Tucker has some very nice
rides to choose from! Look closely and you'll see an unusual mix
of vintages for his components.
Buckinghamshire, England, is
home to Mike Spence and his Record-equipped Bianchi EV4
Dwayne Ward of Sunnyvale, CA,
equipped his Landshark with Campy Record
Kevin Holmes' 1989 Eddy Merckx
originally came with C-Record; it's been updated to new Record.
Ed Carillos bikes:
Centaur-equipped Burley "Wolf Creek" and a Waterford
RS-11 with Chorus. Hometown is Sacramento, CA.
Here's Patrick Tan for Singapore
with his 2006 Eddy Merckx AXM. Upper shot shows him on the
A naked bike? You betcha!
We've misplaced the info about
this bike--email us!
From Waihi, New Zealand, comes
Jason Ulrich's 2001 Cervelo Prodigy, with a full Record gruppo.
Steel is real!
Here is Hotte Kiessling's
triple-equipped KHS. Dig it.
Erik Hekkelman of The
Netherlands equipped his Colnago C-40 with Record Ultra and
Mavic Cosmic Carbon rims (he shows it here with Mavic
Another Campy fan goes a little
too far ... This time, Guy Hinderberger of Long Beach, CA, and
his Look 585
Aundre Darling's Campy-equipped
Bianchi was put together for him by Adam Finchan--he was
inspired by Adam's own Campy Only machine!
Check out the Chorus
"compact" crank on Bart Anthonissen's Cannondale
Dirk Muehlenbein's Pinarello
Paris spends its time on the roads of Germany. He enjoys taking
it to the South Tirol Dolomites for some climbing.
Andreas Nicolaou of Cyprus had
his custom-made titanium Bianchi finished in "Ducati
This Campy equipped Colnago
hails from Hungary. Owner is Babka Szabolcs
Gary Boulanger is the owner of Cycles
Gaansari in Ohio. Here are his personal bike (top), a
Record-equipped "Van Cleve" and his wife's ride
(bottom), a Centaur-equipped "Flyer." Check our Gary's
web site: www.gaansari.com
Chuck Schlesinger's Casati MU:2
is Record-equipped. Look for it in sunny San Diego, CA.
Photos from the husband-and-wife
team of Dave V.W. and spouse in Bracksville, Ohio. The Ibis at
the top and Lemond at the bottom are Dave's; the Salsa is his
wife's. All are Campy equipped.
Is a track bike retro or mod? We
decided to put Tim Danaher's nice Campy-equipped Ti machine
here. Below, Tim's custom Ti road bike.
M&G Maestas sent in this
one--an '89 Guerciotti upgraded with 10s Veloce.
Frank Beshear's Kirk is built up
old skool style. Paint by Joe Bell
Dennis Datu divides his time
between the Phillipines and Saudi Arabia, but this Giant TCR
Composite gets all of his attention.
Scott needs to hold on tight when riding this very fast-looking
Specialized Tarmac. Bora Ultra wheels.
Richard Sheehan has been riding Campy since 1964. Here's his
latest: Cinelli Proxima with Record 10s.
The date on this photo must be
wrong--Drue Seefeld's Specialized is up-to-date.
This 16.5-pound Moots is owned
by Marc Hadd
Zdeněk Král sent this photo of
his Campy-equipped Cinelli from his home in Czechoslovakia
Ron Roldan built this bike for
his 45th birthday. You'll find it on the road in Phoenix, AZ.
We like red bikes, and this one
is really red: Jim Bergman's Flanders.
Jan Tofte-Hansen's Billato. Read
More here at
Jan's web site
Wow! Cleave Law's stable
includes these three machines. Click
here for more info
We've misplaced the info about
this bike--email us!
This 2006 Litespeed Tuscany with
full Campy Chorus and Eurus wheels spends her time blazing
through the streets of Palm Harbor, Florida. Owner is Howard
Joel Stoliker of Ontario,
Canada, completed a nice update of his 1984 Zullo.
We're waiting for a name for the
rider, but here is a nice-looking carbon Giant. (P.S. We love
photos of riders actually riding their bikes!)
Barry Acker's 1987 30th
Anniversary Dave Moulton, built up Mod/Semi Mod.
Sean Easley's Hampsten Giro '88
features Richard Sachs lugs and a Chorus/Record mix.
Dave Whitney is at it
again! The latest addition to his stable is this Eddy
Merckx 7-Eleven team edition, which he built up with early
Petteri Ellila of Oulu, Finland,
isn't riding much now, but wait until the Finnish summer!
Is this paint bright enough?
Will Farrington's 1999 DeRosa Giro d'Italia in "rad
red" by Joe Bell
Full Campy on Wayne Plaquet's
Longtime reader Tommy
Aldridge says of his new Fondriest, "The search is
over!" Knowing Tommy, we're skeptical ...
Two very cool bikes from George
Green in the UK. Check out the C-Record crankset on his Bianchi--nice mix
Julius Kusuma's Cyfac usually
lives in Cambridge, MA. Here it is on vacation in Switzerland.
Classic steel and carbon Record
combine in Jonathan Pirrie's PDM Concorde.
Phil Adair's '05 Gunnar Roadie
features a mix of Record and Chorus equipment.
Claudio sent this photo of his Campy-equipped Look 595 from his
home in Italy.
No word on what's in those file
cabinets, but that's Benito Leon's Campy-equipped 2002 Look in
front of them.
We received this photo in July,
so owner Richard Lipow of Pennsylvania was obviously thinking
cool thoughts when he sent a pic with snow on the ground. This
is his Chorus-equipped Merlin Cyrene.
From the wilds of Portland, Maine, comes another of Dave
Whitney's bikes. Built on an older Crescent frame with mostly
mod parts in a retro style, it's one of his fave rides. More
Eric Wong's '07 BMC SL01 is
equipped with a matching '07 Record gruppo. Home is Malaysia.
Greer's Rivendell Romulus is a little "retro," but
we've placed here in the Mod Gallery.
Aaron Coombs commands his
Litespeed from its Ritchey cockpit. 2007 Centaur gruppo.
Very nice custom Taylor built
for Kevin Rhea in Portland, OR. Carbon nanotech rear triangle is
very high zoot.
Joe Bell painted this handmade
Rick Laban frame, shown here when owner Shaun Kasperowicz had it
built with Record 8s.
From Montreal, Canada, comes
Steve Leccese's Record-equipped Specialized.
Graham Thomas' Campy-equipped Ti
bike is 100% Euro, down to the tires. Frame is by Marco
Bertoletti in Italy.
Grant McClean's black
DeRosa. And ... a Richard Sachs!
More photos of the Sachs here
Two Pinarello Dogmas from Dave
Smith in Yorkshire, England. He bought one in '04, another in
'05 ... what's coming for '06?
Bill's Mondonico Futura Leggero.
With the Daytona triple, he should be able to climb anything.
David Bradley teaches fifth
grade. His BMC gets an "A"
Klaus Halberg Rasmussen rides
this nice Fondriest in Denmark
Mike Chenet and his
Record-equipped Pegoretti hail from Central Florida, USA
Mostly Campy on this
We've misplaced the info about
this bike--email us!
Two bikes from Corsa Bicycles in Arizona. The yellow belongs to Yasmin Quinn: full
Campy veloce, custom Corsa Frame, FSA wheels. The red bike is the first
production Corsa frame; it belongs to Chris Hall-- Full Veloce, FSA, Aspide, Semi-custom
Corsa. Corsa builds all their bike with only Campy components. www.corsabicycle.com
Lee Jeffries' Dogma FP. Cool
Here's how Pierre Lachaine
describes his bike: "It's a custom-built,
made-to-measure 1998 Gilles Bertrand (Hull, Quebec), Columbus
Brain steel tubeset with classic lugged frame construction. The
gruppo is 9-speed Veloce and runs like a dream."
the hills of East Tennessee comes Dave Parlier's 2003 Look KX
Light, equipped with all Campy Record group and Campy Eurus
Very cool Molteni team colors on
Chad Stone's MX Leader. Steel is real, baby!
Very nice bike from Torben
Clinton in Denmark
Adam Fincham has remodeled his Team Veloce Bianchi SL3 with a
Record gruppo and a Cinelli bar/stem combo. The Mavic wheels
come off for the mountains, where they are replaced by Ksyrium
Austria is home to Hannes and
his very nice Record-equipped DeRosa King
Bill picked up his new
Richard Sachs on December 14, 2004. He calls it a "classic
Sachs that'll rip your eyes out!" Very cool paint is by Joe
Bell, of course. Weight as shown: 18.5 pounds
Peter Langford's Bianchi SL
hails from Perth, Western Australia. Nice mix of Chorus and
John Mitchell's custom Davidson
titanium is all-Record and all fast.
Phil Vilardi's Chorus-equipped
Leader can be seen around Fountain Hills, AZ