Stelbel
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Country:ItalyPrimary Focus:Bicycle Frames
Years of Operation:1973 - Current
General Information
Since the early 1970s, STELio BELletti’s experience as a welder fabricating motorcycle frames and aircraft fuselages pushed him to begin experimenting with the production of bicycle frames, combining steel tubing with TIG welding which at the time was a new technique in the bicycle industry. The frames were produced in Via Alessandro Manzoni, 1 in Lucino, a fraction of Rodano in the province of Milan.

source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stelbel#The_Stelbel_Brand, 05.12.15
History
Throughout the late ’70s and ’80s, Stelbel built a reputation for using unconventional tube sizes and shapes, oversized or non-circular, and occasionally for surprising the cycling world with special projects like the iconic Punta dell’Est, which was first created in 1983 and then grabbed the cycling world’s attention at the 1985 Milan bike show. By then, a number of large brands had starting using TIG welding in their construction process. Stelbel went from success to success, and when production was at its peak there were people employed at the workshop. There were also some experiments with aluminium and MTB frames. Sadly, personal problems forced Stelio to close the doors on Stelbel in 1990, and nothing more was heard from the famous Telaista – until 2013. In September of that year, there was talk of a return. The foundations were laid, and work began on returning one of Italy’s finest frame-building brands to its former glory. 2015, thanks to a collaboration between Cicli Corsa and Stelio Belletti, saw a new and innovative Stelbel model range – incl. a limited 40th anniversary model of the brand’s initial Integrale frameset.

source: stelbel.it, 05.12.15
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