Wilier Tipo La Triestina Collectible Road Bike 1985. One of the oldest and most prestigious bicycle brands, the Wilier, was founded in 1909 in Bassano del Grappa, northern Italy.
When it comes to classic bicycles, there are actually few models which stick out as much as the Wilier Ramata does, undoubtedly one of the finest Italian cycles ever manufactured. Over the years the former called 'tipo la triestina' model became the flagship of the Italian brand and a very sought-after bicycle among collectors.
Its paintwork is certainly the highlight: called "Ramata" - the Italian for copper-coated - it consists of a thin coating over chromed tubes which creates a unique translucent paint job.
Our model dates back to the 1980s and is in a nice condition. The frameset - made of Columbus SL tubes - is equipped with a complete Campagnolo Super Record groupset and partly pantographed. Simply the best components, the ones a Wilier Triestina Ramata deserves!
Breathtaking and iconic. Treat yourself to a glorious piece of cycling history!