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Old 11-15-09, 03:40 AM   #1
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So are they really only making 1000 CinellixMASHSF frames?

If so, how many of them are coming to north america? And who's the importer?
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Old 11-15-09, 03:43 AM   #2
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http://www.wrenchscience.com/Cinelli...es/Frames.html
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~How many the US gets is according to demand.

That's why you/ your LBS (that sells cinelli) will have to order if you/ your local bike store wants 'em.

And if you're gonna order a higher end cinelli expect to put some money down as LBS prefer to avoid high end track frames as they're hard to move.....
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i hope they only make 1000. That frame sucks.
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whats wrong with it?
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MASH is lame. Cinelli collaborating w/ them is even more lame
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So other than the fact that you are a conformist to non-conformity (hipster) and don't like mash, what is wrong with the frame?

I think the front wheel could have a little less clearance on the downtube, i.e. a shorter headtube. The welds could be a little smoother, but aren't bad. And grey is super lame as the only frame color. Other than that the frame seems real nice. Good shapes, good weight, nice little pursuit top tube, good geometry, a 35mm rake fork.
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yeah yeah, the frame isn't bad. I just don't liek the fact that it's associated with mash. If I'm gonna drop that much on a frameset, I wouldn't want it to bear the icon of some temporary brand name that people aren't even gonna know about in 5 years...

I'm not "conforming" to anything. It's not even about that. I haven't used that word since I was a wannabe punk kid in like 7th grade. I just don't like mash, so I don't want their name on my bike. Get it?
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Old 11-16-09, 02:26 AM   #14
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Stryper grey isn't the only color....and have you even seen one In person?
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Old 11-16-09, 02:52 AM   #15
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So uhhhh...I went ahead and made my deposit on one at wrenchscience. They'll have the bulk order in mid-week, then it should be at my door about a week after that.

I want to build it up similarly to the second one in flash beezy's post, but we'll see if the budget can handle that. It will be for 'drome use, though, so no bullhorns.
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