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on 4 October 2011
It's good to see another book celebrating the best in elite bicycles. This one, by the same team that brought us "Campagnolo", covers modern Italian makers and firms. For the knowledgeable, there may not be much that you haven't already gleaned from trawling the net, but it's a beautiful publication, with excellent photographs, and it will whet your appetite to see and ride these bikes in the flesh. Good value, not to be missed.
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on 12 December 2011
Like the Campagnolo story from the same publisher lightweight on facts, but none the less an interesting read, maybe one would could call it a coffee table book.
But for anyone who loves cycling or bikes, particularly Italian bikes it is worth buying, nicely presented, some great photographs too.
I would buy again.Italian Racing Bicycles: The People, the Products, the Passion
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on 9 October 2011
If you love italian cycling ,bikes or components then this book is for you ,the ultimate italian bike aficionados coffee table companion!
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on 20 March 2013
great book everything italian apart from no sidi shoes hey can't have everything enough on every make so not to bore you which i liked nice to find out how alan frames got their name a good coffe table book
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on 18 December 2011
From 3T, ALAN and through the alphabet to Wilier-Triestina, there are 168 Italian products within the 176 pages of glorious/colourful book. Photographs too showing the invented gear-changer by Tullio Campagnolo ! Either blame the current snow for your lack of miles upon your bike, or credit this book (and a coffee !) for your essential interest in reading such a wonderful book.
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on 30 August 2013
A beautiful book, covering the major suppliers of bikes and parts.
Inevitably, we would all like to see more depth and detail for some suppliers and less on others - all wanting a different balance!
On 'balance' I think the emphasis is reasonable.
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on 8 September 2013
if you are passionate about italian race bikes, in particular,steel frames.
this book is a great buy.it tells you the history of all the major builders + good photos.
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on 18 December 2012
Bought on request for my husband. A keen cyclist. He loves it. Takes pride of place on the coffee table.
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