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  1. Gios Torino Super Record Classic Road Bike 1970s
    Gios Torino Super Record Class.. Gios Torino Super Record Classic Road Bike 1970s
    55 cm
    Refurbished frame. Campagnolo Super Reco.. Refurbished frame. Campagnolo Super Record 1st gen.
    Sold
  2. Gios Torino Super Record Classic Road Bike
    Gios Torino Super Record Class.. Gios Torino Super Record Classic Road Bike
    55 cm
    Refurbished frame. 2nd generation. Campa.. Refurbished frame. 2nd generation. Campagnolo Super Record groupset.
    Sold
  3. Gios Professional Road Bike Classic 1980s
    Gios Professional Road Bike Cl.. Gios Professional Road Bike Classic 1980s
    57 cm
    Internally routed braking cable. Campagn.. Internally routed braking cable. Campagnolo Super Record groupset.
    €1,999.00
  4. Gios Compact 40th Anniversary Bike 1980s
    Gios Compact 40th Anniversary .. Gios Compact 40th Anniversary Bike 1980s
    59 cm
    Adjustable dropouts. Campagnolo C-Record.. Adjustable dropouts. Campagnolo C-Record. Cobalto brakes.
    €3,199.00
  5. Gios Compact Evolution Steel Road Bike 1990s
    Gios Compact Evolution Steel R.. Gios Compact Evolution Steel Road Bike 1990s
    62 cm
    Campagnolo Athena groupset. Advanced fra.. Campagnolo Athena groupset. Advanced frame design. Adjustable dropouts.
    €1,499.00
  6. Gios Professional Classic Road Bike 1980s
    Gios Professional Classic Road.. Gios Professional Classic Road Bike 1980s
    58 cm
    Excellent frame. Beautiful parts. Excellent frame. Beautiful parts.
    €1,499.00
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Gios Logo

  • Country: Italy
  • Founder: Tolmino Gios
  • Founding Year: 1948

A History of Gios

‘Gios blue’ has become as much a part of cycling culture as ‘Bianchi celeste’. Their first foray into the brand we now know and love was in 1948, when Tolmino Gios opened a small bicycle workshop in Turin, Italy. Tolmino had been a professional cyclist in such events as the Giro d’Italia – winning the Gran Premio Camandona – and sought to translate his racing experience into a series of thoroughbred bicycles. However, the first bicycles he built were often highly functional city bikes, and nothing like what is associated with the classic racing Gios frames now known to enthusiasts.


It wasn’t long after Tolmino began building bicycles in his Turn workshop that his son, Alfredo, worked alongside him. It was Alfredo who matched the distinctive blue of the Brooklyn professional cycling team to the finely built frames they would ride; the color was to be iconic. The Brooklyn team achieved success at Paris-Roubaix, Tour of Flanders and Milan-Sanremo on Gios frames, and the images of Roger De Vlaeminck on the pavé of France are vivid reminders of the quality frames the Gios family built.