In 1984, Francesco Moser broke the world record for distance covered in one hour on a bicycle. He used a bicycle with a small front wheel, larger rear wheel, and these wheels were discs, not spoked wheels.
Here we have a road version , derived from his experience in the record breaking effort.
This bike does not have the swooping Top tube design, but never the less has a 26” front wheel and a 28” rear wheel, is built from Oria tubing, and features a Campagnolo Record groupset, Aero Campagnolo Delta brakes, 3ttt Moser ‘bullhorn’ Handlebars and a suede Selle Italia saddle.
The bike is extremely heavy, with the disc wheels adding considerably to a Bike that (as pictured) weighs around 15kg.