Graziella with 20 "tires on which a conservative restoration was carried out, added mirrors and bags of the time, still features the original white band tires and its unmistakable bell as well as the unobtainable two-tone saddle.
The "Graziella" was a folding bicycle designed by Rinaldo Donzelli and produced starting from 1964 by the Carnielli factory in Vittorio Veneto until the end of the 80s.
It became very popular in Italy, standing among the icons of Made in Italy of the sixties.
It was structured without a horizontal barrel, with a central hinge, small wheels, removable saddle and handlebar.
At the end of the 60s Carnielli decided to differentiate the original "Graziella" from the many imitations that were being born. Thus was born the restyling that made Graziella the queen of folding bicycles. "Reinvented by Carnielli", as the advertising of the time said, the new Graziella distinguished itself from the previous model for the wheel diameter brought from 16 "to 20" and for the small and elegant details that consolidated its value. luggage rack, the ringing bell with the "G", the built-in headlight of the frame, the slender handlebar, and even a tube of paint to touch up the scratches that could be formed on the frame, just like this one in the pictures.