DBS Internazionale Klassisk Ramme


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DBS Internazionale has been thoroughly inspected by our mechanics at Oslovelo so that it delivers the same unique cycling feel as it gave in the 80's. If you are looking for a stylish vintage bicycle frame, this DBS model is a good choice.

Be aware that vintage frames may have some natural wear and tear, but not something that affects the property or quality. All frames have been thoroughly checked for damage to the construction.

Approved to participate in Eroica events.

  • Frame: 58cm
  • Tubing: Italian Falck steel pipe
  • Year: 80s?
  • Seat tube: 25.4mm
  • Bottom bracket: British threaded
  • Headset: 1 "
  • Condition: Used

    Jonas Øglænd started selling bicycles in 1892 called Viking og Fram. From 1932, the bikes were called DBS, Den Best Sykkel.

    In the early 70's, the Road Model was called Competition. It was also available in a simpler model Super Sport. Competition was replaced by Professionale in 1972. Later in the 70's there were two highway models, Internazionale and La Migliore Professionale. The latter actually came in two models, the complete Campagnolo group or the Shimno 600 group. This arrangement was maintained in the 80's where Internazionale came cheaper (shimano 600), La Migliore (with Campagnolo) and Professional (with Shimano Dura Ace) on the finer frames.

    The road models from the late 70s and early 80s can be difficult to identify because the frames went in many directions. The models in 1982 were all painted in red. La Migliore and Professionale had Italian Columbus pipes and Japanese "Centurion-Tange" forks, Internazionale with Falck pipes designed by Italian Piazza. In addition, there were two "Aero-dynamics" models, Internazionale with Shimano frame tube (probably built by Tsunoda) and Professional with Super Vitus tube, probably with frame from BaCo. You could also get Internazionale with Columbus, Alan / Alan Super, Titan (probably Speedwell), Professional with Columbus, Vitus 979 and Tange Champion tubes.

    In 1996, Cycleurope acquired the company and production fell.

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