Realization by Salvarani Story of the Sport Travel Bag 1971 leather of the Salvarani Sports Group executives of 1971, produced under the control of the family of the Knight of Labour Renzo Salvarani. The numbered bags from 1 to 5 belong to the limited series BP1GA and are delivered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

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Numbered reproduction of the Sport Bag Travel Bag 1971 leather used in 1971.

Handbag signed by Renzo Salvarani.

Internal brand with leather serial numbering.

Unhooked leather shoulder strap.

Internally lined bag.

Inner pocket with metal zipper.

Internal fabric reinforced with anti-slip material.

Reinforcements and seams covered with cotton webbing.

Each piece is unique.


History of the 1971 Salvarani cycling team:

The 18 riders of the Salvarani Sports Group conducted by the sports directors Vittorio Adorni and Arnaldo Pambianco who raced in 1971 were the following: Lino Carletto, Emilio Casalini, Ottavio Crepaldi, Silvano Davo, Tommaso De Pra, Felice Gimondi, Enrico Guadrini, Pietro Guerra, Hercules Gualazzini, Toni Houbrechts, Virginio Levati, Renato Longo, Primo Mori, Gianni Motta, Roberto Poggiali, Guido Reybroeck, George Vandenberghe and Dino Zandegù. During 1971 the Salvarani Sports Group scored 58 victories, 15 of them with Renato Longo, 14 with Felice Gimondi, 9 with Gianni Motta and 7 with Reybroeck. The most prestigious victories of 1971 were the following: the Italian cyclocross championship with Longo, the Chase Track with Pietro Guerra and the Indoor Track with Gianni Motta; the Tour of Normandy, the Giro di Reggio Calabria and the Giro dell’ Emilia with Motta; the Tour of Canada with Reybroek, the Giro del Piemonte and Castrocaro with Felice Gimondi and the Bernocchi Cup with Levati.

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Close size
inches 22,0(l) x 12,6(h) x 10,2(p) - cm 56(l) x 32(h) x 26(p)
Open size
inches 22,0(l) x 16,5(h) x 10,2(p) - cm 56(l) x 42(h) x 26(p)
Lt 46
Kg 1,71
high-quality calfskin finishes imported from Argentina and grounded in S.Croce sull’ Arno in the province of Pisa, without the use of aniline
Metal accessories
nikel-free metal accessories
handmade by C.R. of Barigazzi Clara of Reggio Emilia - Italy

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