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   Rossin & Garbelli, via XXIV Maggio 48, Cavenago Brianza, Milano

Updated 12.24.2013

      Marco ("Marc") Rossin was the head frame builder at Colnago until 1974 when he established his own brand. Rossin became high profile bicycle maker through the 1980s with sponsorship of top teams, including USA based clubs.
     In 1992 the brand was sold to
a company called Finross (whose owners had founded Regina Cycles, Speed and Lema Sport) but that seems to have not worked out, Even more recently (?) acquired by a "Gruppobici.it," which again seems to have stalled out...

1975 "1st generation" Rossin Super Record
pictures courtesy eBay seller "
olti27"

HERE

Mid 1970s Rossin with early version of logo.
 
      Marco Borri notes that the "rear derailleur is marked patent 76, while crank set arms are marked digit 5 in a diamond. The most intriguing detail are the head badge and
seat tube stickers showing Rossin first generation logo....later on Rossin was sued by
another company due to Trade mark question of that R logo, consequently he was forced to modify it in the following years."


Click image to see a gallery of pictures of this bike

Late (?)1970s bicycle
Courtesy eBay seller pistard89

      
        

Super Record Road 1980


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M. Dempster's 1982 Model "Record" bike  

              
Cast lug set
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Track bike with "Oro"forks & stays
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1987 Catalog 
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Mark Fulton's early 1980s aero bicycle

A "LOOK" style paint job frame at the 2013 Cirque

        

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