I have a Saronni that I purchased new in about 1983. It has a picture of World Road Champion Beppe Saronni on the headtube. I bought it new from Ochsner Cycle Supply in Chicago. I was told it was made of Columbus Aelle tubing in the Colnago factory.
When other list members hear Aelle tubing, they seem to lose interest, and I don't understand why when there is a lot of chatter about low end Peugeots and other bikes that are considerably inferior in ride quality, IMHO. Robb Rasmussen Sioux River Bicycles & Fitness 501 Main ave Brookings, SD 57006 http://www.501main.com
less hot here today, it's been a scorcher this week, but that's normal, as it's RAGBRAI time in Iowa.
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com> Date: Fr i, 27 Jul 2007 08:52:04 -0500> Subject: [CR]Saronni> > I just purchased a C olnago/Saronni frameset on E-bay (see 280134829533) because what I really, really needed was another frame.> > I don't know much about this frameset. Any information from listmembers would be helpful, especially historical in fo, info on appropriate compenentry, info on any pantographed items that wo uld have come on this bike, etc.> > Thanks,> > Jeffery Pyzyk> Milwaukee, WI