A revered brand among cycling enthusiasts and bike racers alike, Campagnolo is to cycling what Ferrari is to race cars. And like Ferrari, it carries the name of its founder, Tullio Campagnolo, who segued from bicycle racing to manufacturing when he found the equipment of the day not up to the rigors of competition. His patented designs are still in use today, and Campagnolo's components have been part of more cycling victories than any other brand. Yet the same equipment used by world champions is available to everyday cyclists -- it's this universal appeal that has forged Campagnolo's sterling reputation. The company's legacy is explored here in text and images. With its deeply researched history, much of it drawn from the company's private archives, spectacular color photography, and lavish presentation, ""Campagnolo: 75 Years"" is a book for every cycling lover.
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"Full of incredible insights, admissions and explanations that have never been published before. Even the most dedicated Campy aficionado will find page after page of new information, much of it from the friends of Tullio who worked alongside him in the bicycle industry. An absolute necessity for anyone who craves information about Campagnolo."About the Author:
Paolo Facchinetti is a journalist and writer who has served as editor for a number of leading Italian periodicals. He has written numerous books that reconstruct the history of cycling. He is currently a lecturer of cycling history at the University of Siena. Guido Rubino is a freelance journalist and writer who specialises in cycling technology. He is renowned for his ability to clearly describe intricate mechanical objects and their technological evolution.
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Descripción Velo Press, 2008. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111934030376
Descripción Velo Press, 2008. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New!. Nº de ref. de la librería VIB1934030376