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    Quote Originally Posted by Vancemac
    Love seeing the Starships. And you're right... don't see too many Cinelli's around of ANY kind.

    I am slowly warming to the idea of white bar tape. Maybe just the bottom half of the drops.

    That's pretty much what mine looks like. Same model and color - even the same water bottle cages. Nice ride!
    I expected the Rocky Mountains to be a little rockier than this.

    I was thinking the same thing. That John Denver's full of $hit, man.

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    Update pics of my Mecanno - now with Speedplay pedals.. The float is incredible!







    "It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate rememberance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle." Ernest Hemingway

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    This is my 1991. It started as a mountain bike, but has evolved into my around town transportation.
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    Hang it upside your wall
    You know by that, baby
    I need my ashes hauled.

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    got a '85 supercorsa w/ super record, and a '01 starlight with a dura-ace / ritchey setup. i'll have to take some pics and post 'em. sweet sweet machines.
    plus a change, plus c'est la m'me chose - alphonse karr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vancemac
    I am slowly warming to the idea of white bar tape.
    Finally changed over. Better or worse?


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    BETTER! What took you so long!
    "It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate rememberance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle." Ernest Hemingway

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    02 aliante muscle/chorus

    Last edited by caterham; 05-04-2009 at 10:47 PM.

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    Hey caterman......great looking Cinelli. What size is that frame??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Italianrider76
    Hey caterham......great looking Cinelli. What size is that frame??
    It's a Small-50 c-c virtual-
    I went for the clean,understated look.
    ( As tho any Cinelli could possibly look subtle with those graphics of theirs).

    best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by caterham
    It's a Small-50 c-c virtual-
    I went for the clean,understated look.
    ( As tho any Cinelli could possibly look subtle with those graphics of theirs).

    best,
    k

    Yeah I know what you mean. Your Cinelli looks fantastic. I was just wondering about the size because I am awaiting delivery of a new 2006 size S Xperience frame set which I got on Ebay and wanted to get a perspective of how the S frames actually look.

    I can't wait to get it. Becuase the Xperience is one of Cinelli's lower end frames, I'll just probably end up builing it up with either Mirage or even Xenon.

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    I've bought a Cinelli Man Machine (Cinelli Machine in the U.S.) It's gonna arrive Friday. Can't wait.

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    04 aliante /centaur

    Last edited by caterham; 05-04-2009 at 10:43 PM.

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    I'm old
    Cinelli.jpg

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    I think we need a new Cinelli thread with lots of pictures to keep it rollin!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by tconrady
    If I can get some more tomorrow.... I thought it'd grow on me but I'm not feelin' it....wait..
    Allez United!

    Glory, Glory Man United, and the Reds go marching on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zmudshark
    I'm old
    but you clearly have impeccable taste.
    nice ride,z.
    how long have you had your supercorsa?

    best,
    k

    btw, are those Shimano DD cranks with the integrated pedals that I see? first gen Dura Ace AX group?
    Last edited by caterham; 04-05-2007 at 11:54 AM.

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    I bought it new in 1984-85.

    Yes, it is the first gen DA AX gruppo, Dyna Drive crank/pedals, upgraded to first gen Dura Ace SIS derailleurs and shifters.

    The bike has been my daily driver since new.

    Thanks for the kind words.

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    [Frame & Fork in nos] Cinelli SLX deep mandarine orange. With stainless steel around the lugs. With matching mandarine orange Fork, with chrome crowns. Cinelli logos. Just another Bike for My Collection. (I'd been so concentrated in searching for My Bikes, that I never got a digital camera.)

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    new supercorsa

    Quote Originally Posted by zmudshark
    I'm old
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    I'm old too- I just picked this up to help me feel a little younger:

    Cinelli Nuovo Supercorsa
    Columbus UltraFoco
    Campagnolo Chorus



    Last edited by caterham; 06-06-2008 at 10:43 PM.

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    Here's my new Cinelli

    I just built it up with parts from my old bike. I'm looking forward to upgrading the components now. I'm still running 8 speed.


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    That's a handsome ride,ansel.
    Have you had a chance to put in some miles on her yet? impressions?

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    Thanks. I've done about 300 miles on it so far. It's very stiff with all those oversize and square section tubes. Definitely no wasted energy. I haven't ridden over about 35-40 miles on any single ride, so I'm anxious to know how I'll feel after a longer ride. I'm coming off a mid-range steel Bianchi, so this bike feels like a real road bike compared to it, meaning power goes straight from the pedals to the pavement. I've only done short climbs on it so far, but I can tell it wants to climb faster than I'm able. I'm planning to do a longer climb this weekend, so we'll see how I keep up.

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    Here's my 01 Super Corsa / Record / Chorus 4Sale

    Here: https://classifieds.roadbikereview.c...uct=4463&cat=3

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    What size is that Nuovo Super Corsa?

    Sweet bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by penniless pedals
    What size is that Nuovo Super Corsa?

    Sweet bike
    Thank you. It's a Small,ie-virtual 50 cm(c-c), 52.5 cm toptube c-c

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    Recently ordered a Proxima from GVH. Looking forward to it. Tom has been really helpful over there.

    Will be transferring my Veloce parts over from my Bianchi.
    You can call me "MTP" if my full screen name grosses you out.

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