2020 looks both confusing and fun
Forks look wrong, unless they are broken and have sagged lot's.
Silly, that's a whopping 40mm of plush travel right there!
Don't look like 40mm :)
Hardly seems worth the extra weight and complexity and cost :)
Needs old school Bombers for the trails that 40mm won't cope with.
$799 dorras :)
There's a new Cinelli Tutto. The 2020 version ("Cinelli Tutto Plus") comes with mudguard and rack mounts and improved tyre clearance (45c vs 35c for the previous version). It also allows for a rear derailleur.
I'm amused to see that the rear fork end on this Cinelli is almost exactly the same as the TT frame I used for all my PB's.
My frame was originally badged as a Dayton, although I suspect it wasn't made by them at Park Royal. It was a track frame which had a damaged rear fork end and in 1978 I asked Dave Russell to convert it for geared TT use - he said it would be difficult to change to road ends, so he fitted new forged track ends and brazed on a campag gear hanger.
This arrangement worked perfectly and served me well until the introduction of the new 'clip on' bar position in 1991.
Fork looks hella slack no?
Guess it’s not a track bike so...
it ticks some boxes
I'm just waiting for 2021 and fat bikes in TdF.
Is cyclist society getting generally older that industry is going for all that comfortable plush?
boomers got the money, i guess
All the actually old cyclists are still rolling around on rock hard 23c tyres. 25c on the winter bike.
I honestly thought this was a joke when I saw it.
Looks like Vyvyan Bastard from the young ones.
Not bad but it needs some more bottle cage mounts.
On a more serious note, the font is hella ugly...
I'm on 23c on the winter bike actually.
I resemble that remark.
Oh, not that part of cycling society like us, that re-sells all parts, etc., I mean dentist and architects and the Cervelo crew-like people that spend money on new bieks.
Looks like a handy bike but hella expensive for something that is essentially supposed to be a city hack. There seems to be a dearth of these kind of frames in Europe, lots of cheap options in the US though
I agree, it is very expensive (£725 for the frameset, £1200 for the dropbar). However, if it drops in price like the 2019 version has (£510 for the frameset at Triton Cycles, £525 for the flatbar version on eBay - £800 elsewhere) , it becomes more reasonable.
Cinelli hella expensive for lyf
On sale in Cinelli store for 472eur (-25%)
I ordered one (actually it’s 2018 model) and got free shipping to Estonia.
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