Chesini Arena 1984. Full Campagnolo Super Record Chesini Pantographed. Original paint in excellent condition. One decal has a smudge on one of the letters. Otherwise paint and components are near mint.
The Arena was one of the best and most popular Chesini framesets during the 1980’s.
It is named after the Roman amphitheatre in Verona the city where Chesini is still located.
**Placeholder Rock Bros pedals**
Columbus SL Tubing
Frame Size 58 center-center
57 center-center top tube
84 cm Standover Height
Campagnolo Super Record Groupset
3ttt Stem 115mm Panto
3ttt Handlebars 44cm
San Marco Concor Saddle
Mavic Clincher Rims
The only thing that has been updated is the pedals and rear brake pads. Willing to ship for added fee, but prefer local pick up.
“To see the first CHESINI bike we have to go back to the time between the two world wars.
We are indeed in 1925 when, from the skilful hands of Gelmino Chesini, founder of the prestigious brand, the first innovative bike was created. The first model of a race bike, named CHESINI BICIPRECISION is forged in that year, in the workshop of Nesente, a small village near Verona.
In the post war period, the activities grow quickly and, in 1947, Gelmino Chesini acquires a bike factory, CICLI VALLETTI, and moves the headquarters of CHESINI BIKES to Via San Paolo. in Verona.
In 1963 a Chesini bike wins the Solo 100 km World Amateur Championship and in 1964 and 1965 Chesini also wins the Team 100 km World Amateur Championships.”