• Ciocc
    CIÖCC was born in the early 70's and has since started its growth and affirmation at an international level, obtaining important results. In the 1980s ciöcc was a company without equal in Europe for the production of high-level racing frames. In those years some well-known names in national and international cycling used CIÖCC bicycles. CIÖCC has been able to adapt to the radical changes that have affected the world of bicycles since the 1990s. Changes that have seen the use of the classic steel frame gradually reduce in favor of aluminum products first and then carbon. In the 1980s he created a company that has no equal in Europe for the production of high-level racing frames. In those years some well-known names of national and international cycling used bicycles such as Davide Cassani from 1982 to 1985, Lucien Van Impe, Stefano Allocchio, Massimo Podenzana, Patrizio Gambirasio, Stefano Dazzan and many others. Suffice it to say that most of them were followed by the well-known team manager Bruno Reverberi. In those years, thanks to the experience of exceptional frame builders and welders, the requests for CIÖCC frames increased year after year all over the world. In 1991, Mr. Conti decided to sell the company for personal reasons and proposed to Stefano Bonati and two other frame builders who were already part of the production department to continue the business. Since then Stefano Bonati, after having been filer, welder and painter of CIÖCC frames, became the owner and creator of all the steel frames. TODAY TECHNOLOGY IS THE BASIS OF CIÖCC PRODUCTION REDEFINING STYLE Each new CIÖCC model is designed through the use of sophisticated software that allows the "visualization" of the frame in 3D. Once the conception phase is completed, the projects move on to the construction phase of the molds to create customized tubes and in turn placed in an autoclave. All the steps are strictly manual. The entirely manual assembly technique still follows the simple techniques of the past: the tubes are prepared and assembled in a template after being cut and grooved with special equipment forming the frame. Once the frame has been assembled, we move on to a phase where craftsmanship gives its added value and that is the wrapping of the frame, which allows you to "weld" the tubes and make the frame performing and safe. The carbon fiber yarn based on its linear density determines stiffness, comfort and resistance. After an accurate graphic study, the painting requires many more hours of work than a standard one. It is necessary to make ad hoc cuts and masks to create a particular and unique design.

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