Re: [CR] Galli components


Example: Framebuilders:Chris Pauley

Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 06:34:18 -0700
From: Jerome & Elizabeth Moos <jerrymoos@sbcglobal.net>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>, Emilio Bozzi <emiliobozzi@hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: [CR] Galli components


Well, I'm a big fan of Galli, in part because I like to make the point that while Campy was of course the most famous Italian component maker, they were by no means the only one, and equally good stuff came from a variety of other Italian manufacturers.

IIRC, I bought some of my Galli stuff from Nels during his first stint on the CR list. Nels, in the last year or so, before you recently rejoined the list, I posted photos of a couple of bikes built up with mostly Galli stuff, much of it gold anodized. In both cases the frames are red, which is set off nicely by the gold Galli components. The first was my Limited Edition 50th Anniversary Paramount. The second, only a few weeks ago, was my mid 80's Alberto-built Masi Prestige. If you search the archives, you should find the posts with links to the photos. Good to have a fellow Galli fan back on the list.

Regards,

Jerry Moos
Big Spring, Texas, USA


--- On Mon, 5/25/09, Emilio Bozzi wrote:


> From: Emilio Bozzi <emiliobozzi@hotmail.com>

\r?\n> Subject: [CR] Galli components

\r?\n> To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org

\r?\n> Date: Monday, May 25, 2009, 10:16 PM

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\r?\n> Having had/still have several very nice Galli components, I

\r?\n> would like to out to fellow CR listers what great deals that

\r?\n> can be had these days, especially in Europe. Check this

\r?\n> auction out, NIB Galli crit brakes for $51 +

\r?\n> shipping...  Thats pretty darn hard to beat

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\r?\n> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item60156106782&ssPageName­ME:B:WNA:US:1123

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\r?\n> While i can not tell, if this is the set that comes with

\r?\n> Ti- bolts and fittings, this set originally cost $90 when

\r?\n> new in late 70s. Given that they were spec'd on many high

\r?\n> end bikes....lighter that Campy and took a beating as good

\r?\n> as any brakes, these are a screaming deal. even at $90,

\r?\n> which I have recently seen another set go for, these are a

\r?\n> great deal. Galli made some vey nice rims and roller bearing

\r?\n> BBs that are indestructible and were often considered an

\r?\n> Upgrade from campy by made Euro riders.

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\r?\n> In any case, I have my stock of Galli parts, and thought I

\r?\n> would pass off this info.

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\r?\n> Years ago, I purchased a stock 81 Rossin that was full

\r?\n> campy SR except for these nice brakes and Galli stamped

\r?\n> Barelli pedals/Galli Ti- toe clips. These were all factory

\r?\n> upgrades at the time. In my hands/or under my saddle--what

\r?\n> ever the term is--these components always acted like a

\r?\n> charm. If you can get the non-Galli stamped Barelli pedals

\r?\n> these days, expect to pay $100+

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\r?\n> If there are any other listers out there that use Galli

\r?\n> parts on their bikes, it would be great to hear of them.

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\r?\n> (p.s. this seller----no relation to me, also has some cool

\r?\n> old FB hubs NIB)

\r?\n> Nels Cone

\r?\n> Seattle WA