Looking to sell on my Cinelli Mash Works full build.
It’s lived an incredibly easy life, rode a couple of Audax rides in the summer of last year and then spent the rest of its life living in my bedroom, waiting to become my commuter.
Now that I know commuting is going to be done on a strictly virtual basis going forward, it’s time to free up some space.
Cinelli Mash Works 2017 frame. Epic condish- always stored indoors only one rust spot on the seat stay bridge (photographed) and some oxidisation on the dropouts (as is typical on all steel frames). Has a miche BB and G Force Headset.
Drive: Miche Primato crank (165mm if my memory serves me correctly), 48t Miche advanced chainring, 18t miche rear sprocket with Surly lockring.
Wheels: picked up on here - H Plus Son archetype laced to BLB track hubs. Wrapped in Schwalbe one 28c tyres
Cockpit: Thompson Elite X4 80mm stem, FSA SL carbon bars (wide af: 740mm) (9 degree back sweep, 4 degree up), DMR death grip grips.
Brake: TRP mini canti, I have another one somewhere which I can include if needed. Lever is a unbranded bmx number.
Seat stuff: Cinelli collar, Cinelli Vai post, pro logo Nago RS saddle.
I’m in no rush to sell as it’s not getting used as it is- after offers in the region of £950 for full build.
Frame & Fork: £700 ono collected.
Wheels: £150 + £5 for lockring and sprocket.
Bars: £30 with grips.
TRP Canti: £30 each.
Also happy to take criticism if I’m way off the mark
I think the price is high, a similar build (with better chainset) sold a few days ago sold for £800 or £850. So that might be worth pondering. GLWS
Appreciate the info. Very much open to offers, just want to see if getting used and going to a good home!
I’ll take the frameset if you’re willing to part it out?
I will if I can get buyers for the rest of it, what were you thinking?
How much movement on price for complete bike?
HI - apologies for delay. Happy to hear offers. T
Dibs wheels and stem, pm incoming
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