The story of the most famous steel tubes in the history of cycling began in 1919 when A.L. Colombo founded his steelery with the ambition to do business in iron and steel and make a fair and honest profit. In the 1930s Colombo created the name Columbus for cycling specific tubes: producing the first reinforced tubes with a tapered thickness made of molybdenum chrome steel in the history of cycling, as well as the first cold-rolled elliptical fork blades.
Cap celebrating Columbus' rich history of 'Ingegneria Ciclistica' or 'Bicycle Engineering'.
- Colour: black
- Made in Italy
- One size fits all