Tag Archives: Campagnolo

You may be about to pass a fixed-gear bicycle if…

A Campy peanut-butter wrench. One of the oldest tools I own, hanging from the seat bag of the only bike I’d use it on. That’s because the wheels of this Bianchi Pista are secured by nuts, not quick releases. So … Continue reading

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Campagnolo history inside a gelato shop

You’re looking at a Campagnolo Cambio Corsa derailleur, most likely from the 1940s. It’s another one of those things that I knew about from books but had never seen in person. Continue reading

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Trains, planes and billion-year-old water

When was the last time you cleaned out your water bottle? Continue reading

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Best of (Handmade Bicycle) Show: Rob English. And Campy turns 80.

Congratulations to Rob English of English Cycles who took home two awards from the recent North American Handmade Bicycle Show. Continue reading

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