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Anyone heard of Cramerotti frames?(4 posts)

Anyone heard of Cramerotti frames?climberted
Jun 29, 2001 1:34 AM
Has any one heard of cramerotti frames. They "seem" to be built well and light but never even seen one up close or don't know anyone that rides one..............................
GVH Bikes has a few ...bianchi boy
Jun 29, 2001 6:58 AM
Send Gary Hobbs and e-mail and I'm sure he will respond. His website is www.gvhbikes.com. The Cramerottis he has posted on his website look like very nice frames.
re: Anyone heard of Cramerotti frames?Lone Gunman
Jun 29, 2001 9:30 AM
Story in a Giro Race guide sent to me by Velo news. 888/512-5515 is a number listed for Cramerotti frames in WA state. Started in Italy 1920, steel and alum frames, e-mail: info@cramerotti.com. Company now based in Vancouver,BC since 1984.
YupAtombomber
Jun 29, 2001 10:44 AM
Giuseppe Cramerotti emigrated to Canada in the early 80's, and started La Bicicletta in Vancouver. His family had been building bike frames in Northern Italy since the 1920s. The original factory still produces all the frames sold in North America, and are built with Columbus or Dedacciai tubesets, with Deda becoming more common in the future. Geometry is typical of most other Italian frames. Though I don't ride a Cramerotti, I have seen plenty in my weekly visits to Campione Cycles, Giuseppe's newest bike store (who are celebrating their 5th anniversary). Prices are very good for frames and bikes, and quality compares with the big names. Cramerotti keeps their prices down because they don't have to recover money spent by sponsoring first division pro teams. Check out www.cramerotti.com.