The sound of this name alone makes the hearts of passionate cycling fans beat faster. Il Campionissimo. One of the greatest cyclists of all time. The superstar of the 1940s and 1950s. Tour de France, Giro d´Italia, World Championship, Paris-Roubaix, Milan - Sanremo, world hour record - the Italian has won them all. And also filled the newspapers with his legendary duels with compatriot Gino Bartali. No wonder that Coppi's name was emblazoned in large letters on his racing bikes while he was still alive. The Fiorello brothers forged the framework in Piedmont. Just like the Sanremo Milano Super. A reminiscence of Coppi's legendary 147 km solo ride in 1946. With a lead of more than 14 minutes over the first pursuers, he raced to the finish on the Riviera coast. As it should be for the Campionissimo, the Sanremo Milano Super is difficult to say in Italian. With gears from Campagnolo, brakes from aluminum pioneer Giovanni Galli, handlebars and stem from 3TTT. An Italian piece of jewelery from the 70s.
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