This looks great for the price. However, it looks like it has no bottle bosses. Seems to be no geometry chart yet either. (Their steep geometry CXC has two sets of bottle bosses but 135mm rear spacing and disc mounts with the option for gears.)
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.
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.
Got some riding in before the rain came pissing down (just as I reached home)
You could have a look at the Shimano PD-T421 Click'r or Shimano MT50 Click'R pedals.
In what way, specifically? The pictures shows two locks securing both wheels and frame. The picture is not sufficiently detailed to indicate the quality of the locks.
Am I missing something? The only issue I can see with the method of locking illustrated in the picture is that the lock on the right is through the front wheel but not the frame (but the frame is secured by the lock on the left anyway).
Seems noone appreciated my attempt at humour.
Haha, no (just an attempt at a joke).
To (partly) answer your question: there is an online store (based in Singapore) selling them, but they seem to only ship to a selection of Asian countries.
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