Cupertino Bike Shop


Cupertino Bike Shop

Cupertino Bikeshop


Cool Stuff to Buy

Check Out The 2011 Cupertino Bike Shop Kits!

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Cinelli Trade Show Booth
Milan, Italy

16x20 inch $35

A stunning photo from the Milan Bicycle Motorcycle Trade Show circa 1958. A simple yet elegant display of Cinelli products. You can even
see details like the just introduced Campagnolo Pedals. A Road bike with Cinelli fenders, Track bike with steel cranks and a Tourist model with flat bars, fenders and chain guard. There is a fabulous array of bars and stems too. The photo original is from the Collection of Cupertino Bike Shop. It has been digitally mastered and reprinted on high quality photo paper, by one of the worlds leading photographic labs. Suitable for a custom framing by your local frame shop.

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Cinelli Photo


Jan Heine's "The Competition Bicycle Book"

$60

Racing bicycles are featured spanning years 1880 to 1994. Some of the more modern and notable bikes are Greg LeMond's Gitane, Sean Kelly's
Concorde. Both of those bikes belong to Cupertino Bike Shop and are on display in the shop. A 1965 Cinelli sold by Cupertino Bike Shop. Eddy Merckx's De Rosa from the 1974 World Championship, Andy Hampsten's Huffy and many many more cool racing machines.

Jan Heine's "The Competition Bicycle Book"


Clement Poster


27x38 $20.00

The one and only poster (that I know about) made by Clement. Its has really cool retro look to it. Made in the 1970's somewhere. Lots of tension and mystery to the poster. Perhaps you can tell us the story behind the photo. This image belongs to Cupertino Bike Shop, so you can only get the baby right here or in the store. Printed from the original negative and on 20 pound poster paper.

 

Clement Poster