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Old 05-26-10, 09:45 AM   #1
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New Limited Cinelli Mash Frame

Since nobody has posted this yet, here's this.

I read they only made 3 of 'em, & the frame costs like $1450.

I don't know if this is a whole new setup, or just the same frame geo with snazzy histogram colors.

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Old 05-26-10, 09:49 AM   #2
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Oh yeah I'd seen this on a few blogs. I'd hit it.
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Old 05-26-10, 12:21 PM   #3
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It's alright.

I can't justify spending $650 on a paint job...
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Reminds me of the days in BMX when limited edition bikes were way overpriced like the Mike Buff CW.

You can ONLY imagine how much that bike sells for now. As would this one I'm sure. Worth the $650 to store it and wait sadly. All the youngin' hipsters will sell out and get jobs. In their 30's they'll want that dope bike from their teens/20's and shell out big time for it because they can.
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I don't know if this is a whole new setup, or just the same frame geo with ugly histogram colors.
Fixed.
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Old 05-26-10, 03:50 PM   #6
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Since nobody has posted this yet, here's this.

I read they only made 3 of 'em, & the frame costs like $1450.

I don't know if this is a whole new setup, or just the same frame geo with snazzy histogram colors.
its the same 2010 mashinelli geo just different paint job. If i didnt just buy the grey mash frame i would be all over this. And i understand the histogram of the San Francisco Hills. Love the concept
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Old 05-26-10, 07:33 PM   #7
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$600 for "custom" paint? yikes.
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WTH??? Only 3!

I don't know/ care about your guy's opinion but I like it. It matches my the electronica music genre I love.
Now all I have to do is to somehow pony up $1450 ASAP....
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I had a dream i had one of those frames.
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Ill just go to my friend, give him his pic, and say do it. and ill have a cineli limited edition mash for less
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Old 05-26-10, 08:19 PM   #11
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probably not there bikes are wicked.
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But it has G.Chow's signature on the chainstay in gold! Can your friend clone that, too ;-) Sweet color concept, them Mash Cinelli's. Sweetest collaboration ever to come out of the Cinelli group, working with Mash SF. That's San Francisco, California for those not in the know.
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What a rip off.
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What a rip off.
Do you seriously come here to bash products?
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Do you seriously come here to bash products?
he didnt say the frame was bad.. but cmon 1400 vs 850 for a fancy 3 of paint job? **** off.
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WTH??? Only 3!

I don't know/ care about your guy's opinion but I like it. It matches my the electronica music genre I love.
Now all I have to do is to somehow pony up $1450 ASAP....
Well, I like the color too, but I wouldn't blow away $1450 on it, knowing that otherwise, it'd cost me about half that.

And a sidenote, what genre of electronica do you listen to that "matches" these colors? Not being a smartass, just curious. I know very few people who attribute colors to music, and as a music tech nerd (grad student in the field), I find it interesting

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he didnt say the frame was bad.. but cmon 1400 vs 850 for a fancy 3 of paint job? **** off.
Exactly.
And colors dont dazzle me into blindness...its still a mass produced Taiwanese frame.
This one just got a weird paint job compared to the others.

Did I mention its a rip off?
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Exactly.
And colors dont dazzle me into blindness...its still a mass produced Taiwanese frame.
This one just got a weird paint job compared to the others.

Did I mention its a rip off?
Are you saying mass produced Taiwanese frames have a low correlation to quality?
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Exactly.
And colors dont dazzle me into blindness...its still a mass produced Taiwanese frame.
This one just got a weird paint job compared to the others.

Did I mention its a rip off?
the irony makes me giggle.

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And a sidenote, what genre of electronica do you listen to that "matches" these colors? Not being a smartass, just curious. I know very few people who attribute colors to music, and as a music tech nerd (grad student in the field), I find it interesting
Well should mean sub genre..... it depends really on the music its based on; we don't know the scale of the histograph. Histographs are basically just screen shot of a large spectrum analyzer on a color coded scale.
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the irony makes me giggle.
i guess this guy doesn't see the difference between something made in Japan and NJS, vs mass produced in 3rd world countries.
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Well should mean sub genre..... it depends really on the music its based on; we don't know the scale of the histograph. Histographs are basically just screen shot of a large spectrum analyzer on a color coded scale.
Oh, got it. I misread your post.

I don't think this design is based on a spectrogram at all though. Supposedly it's a histogram of SF's terrain, totally unrelated to any music. Anyways, I might be totally misinterpreting your post again. It's late, and I'm tired, and my brain ain't working right
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i guess this guy doesn't see the difference between something made in Japan and NJS, vs mass produced in 3rd world countries.
Yep, I guess he thinks something made by hand in Japan is similar to something made and welded by machines on a large scale in Taiwan. And since no one took notice of his ignorance the first time, he posted it again for clarification.

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Yep, I guess he thinks something made by hand in Japan is similar to something made and welded by machines on a large scale in Taiwan. And since no one took notice of his ignorance the first time, he posted it again for clarification.
im at a loss trying to tell the difference between my handmade in america hunk of junk and my mass produced taiwanese chromoly frame so thank god one makes all these clicky noises. people keep going on about element 22 and 'rolls of pennies,' but my ears never fail me.
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