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1984 Ciocc Mockba

Old 01-13-05, 01:16 PM
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1984 Ciocc Mockba

I still have, and love this bike. I currently ride a Canny R4000si, a nice bike. However, my steel Ciocc is every bit as good, and even more comfortable. The one drawback is friction shifters. It is campy Pro Record equipped. It has Mavic Rims, and tubular. A really great ride!!!!!!
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If you really hate your friction shifters, let me know. I'll provide my address so you can send them to me.
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I think friction shifters are OK, at least they were ok for me. However, if you wanted to sell the bike to a newbie, friction shifters would be out. Besides I like to keep this bike AUTHENTIC.
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very very nice. Thats just the sort of bike I love
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