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cinelli mash 2.0

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cinelli mash

deda crononero / thomson elite x4

cinelli mash alu-carbon

mavic ellipse

mavic ellipse

sugino 75 / sugino 75

san marco concor bicycle film festival LE / thomson inline

nc-17 with powergrips / shadow conspiracy interlock v2 half-link

eai 17t/15t / sugino 75 44t

7kg light and precise for urban racing

People who friended this bike proudxvxyouth, CONDENADO, voulksguy, craiglowery, sealed, cannonhugodale, Indians44987, pdxgreer, mars_ill, Thirteen., kriiiss, campystamp, sandcat, alemar

powergrips :/

powergrips :/

how do you like the

how do you like the wheelset?

Probably a hellavuh lot

Probably a hellavuh lot better than the shit he was riding before.

Stop over-sharpening.

Stop over-sharpening.

Hahahaha. Photoshop comment.

Hahahaha. Photoshop comment.

for photo critics

it's microcontrast, not over-sharpening

Do you need your bars up so

Do you need your bars up so high, having the stack of spacers AND a upright riser stem? What's the point of getting a semi-pursuit style geometry frame, if you're riding the bars in that position? I suggest at least trying it with your stem flipped so it's straight, not upright. It's crazy to say, but you WILL notice a difference when doing sprints and on hills when your bars are dropped.


and make a use of its frame geometry.

stem is 0 degrees so

stem is 0 degrees so flipping it won't affect any ergonomics.
I'm confortable this way and I like it not too low for street use.
this frame, even if with front sloping, was created for urban use so even if it's not set up like a velodrome bike, I can still enjoy it very much!
the nice thing about fixed gear builds is that each one is unique and differences aren't defects

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