Gallery: Corsa in Original Embrocation Team Paint

By: Embrocation Apr 5

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When we first started posting pictures of this bike on various corners of the internet, the reaction was universally positive but also curious. A number of people referred to this as a "retro" look. True, this was a paint scheme that we featured prominently a few years ago on the original Embrocation team bikes, which not coincidentally were also the first Gaulzetti prototypes. But that was only in 2009. We're not so sure 4 years ago counts as retro, but we appreciate the sentiment, which seems to be that this paint scheme is a modern classic and that can't be a bad thing.

This is a custom 55cm Corsa destined for a cyclist in Auckland, New Zealand. It's headed down there as a frameset only but we're really excited to see how it comes together.

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Gallery: 48cm Corsa in Belgian Blue

By: Embrocation Apr 3

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One of the latest batch of Corsas to come out of production, this is a 48cm frameset in Belgian Blue with Gun Metal Grey logos. This bike is headed to Wisconsin where we expect it will be hitting race courses throughout this Spring and Summer. We've installed Parlee's BB cups for Campagnolo cranks so the rider can just pop his Campy cranks in when he's building the bike up.

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More information on all Gaulzetti bicycle models can be found here. As always, feel free to Contact Us for information on any of our products.

 

A Production Gallery, Part II

By: Embrocation Apr 1

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This is Curtis. Curtis is a master welder responsible for the beautiful welds that hold together the tubes of each Gaulzetti Corsa. When he's not welding our bikes, Curtis is welding for the aerospace industry, working with aircraft grade materials in sterile environments, having his welds examined by X-Rays to ensure their quality and soundness. He has also been welding bikes for decades and was one of the original fabricators at the legendary Merlin Metalworks, back in the day. When Curtis applies his considerable welding talents to our robust 7005 Dedacciai tubes he produces perfect beads that are aesthetically pleasing and incredibly strong. It's a thing of beauty to behold and the results speak for themselves:














 

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