Andrey from Russia is at it again. This time he’s hitting us with a beautiful Viner Pista track bike that he’s just finished for his wife. I love the way this came out and don’t think I’d do a thing differently; I’m especially feeling the Dostoevsky backdrop! Some background on the build from Andrey:
VINER was founded in 1947 in Pistoia, a small town approx 30 miles northwest from Florence, by Mr. Viviano Nerozzi. The brand name is just a contraction of his first and second name VI-NER.
Gipiemme was founded in Milan in 1964 as a high quality machine shop. Their name is the initials ‘GPM’ pronounced as a word. It has been said that GPM stands for “Gran Premio della Montagna”, the high points on mountain stages of the Giro d’Italia.
3T was originally called Tecnologia del Tubo Torinese (Turin Tube Technology), taking its name from the city of Turin, where it was founded in 1961 by Mario Dedioniggi.
If you missed Andrey’s last project, be sure to check out the Colnago Super Pista he sent over last time.
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