I accidentally left my handle off and got autobumped. Not sure if my post made it out to everyone one, or only some, so here it is again...
Does anyone know what company, or builder, might have built the Supergo Competizione 105?
I took the $10 garage sale plunge on a 12-speed Supergo with Columbus frame and Columbus fork, complete Shimano 105 group, Bio Pace chain wheel, Turbo saddle, Sugino seat post, Cinelli stem and handlebars, Araya CT-13 rims, and original Continental rubber. The seat cluster has a very nice binder bolt of the kind you often see on good Italian bikes of the period.
Of course, I bought it for the components, but I recalled Supergo was some kind of a parts catalogue operation, or at least a brand that distributed through one of those catalogues.
Now, because of the decent build quality, I'm wondering who actually built these?
Don Wilson Los Olivos, CA USA
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