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Old 09-22-11, 11:47 AM   #76
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Old 09-23-11, 11:47 AM   #77
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Old 09-25-11, 05:04 PM   #78
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New stem and new wheels
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Yesssssssssss.

I think I want those wheels... Must be a lot more fun to ride than the B43's, huh?

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Old 09-25-11, 05:27 PM   #80
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I saw a grey historgram (blue cinelli) the other day as we rode the max. I was hoping it would board, but it did not. Looked good.
there's two different histograms i see around portland every now and again. that bike is my crush.
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Old 09-25-11, 05:37 PM   #81
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Yesssssssssss.

I think I want those wheels... Must be a lot more fun to ride than the B43's, huh?
It was like riding a different bike

Dropped 1000g switching to these...blows my mind.
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Old 09-25-11, 05:38 PM   #82
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It was like riding a different bike

Dropped 1000g switching to these...blows my mind.
1kg? Dude!
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1kg? Dude!
Didn't actually weigh them, but per spec, I dropped 947g

If anyone is interested in them, the only other pair I could find is here: http://www.geartrade.com/item/207822
Got mine local for a real good deal
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Old 09-25-11, 05:42 PM   #84
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there's two different histograms i see around portland every now and again. that bike is my crush.
I think the new color scheme is really sick though too.
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Didn't actually weigh them, but per spec, I dropped 947g

If anyone is interested in them, the only other pair I could find is here: http://www.geartrade.com/item/207822
Got mine local for a real good deal
Awesome. How does the Histogram ride? I've heard that it is quite stiff.
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I think the new color scheme is really sick though too.
yea its cool but what im most excited about with the new mash is the possibility of it dropping the price of the histogram.
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Old 09-25-11, 06:04 PM   #87
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I can almost guarantee you that the newest Cinelli Mash will be a single speed cross frame.
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Old 09-25-11, 06:51 PM   #88
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Awesome. How does the Histogram ride? I've heard that it is quite stiff.
Definitely stiff, but not overly so.
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Cool. My CAAD 10 is definitely stiff too, but sometimes it's too stiff for me. Whatever. (twss)
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Didn't actually weigh them, but per spec, I dropped 947g

If anyone is interested in them, the only other pair I could find is here: http://www.geartrade.com/item/207822
Got mine local for a real good deal
"Perfect for that sick Schwinn Varsity fix gear conversion, the Reynolds Recon Track Wheelset will round out your build with speed and impeccable style. Seriously man, with all the money earned from selling off Simplex derailleurs and Weinmann brakes theres no reason to skimp out on the spinners. But, on the other hand, if youre into Velodrome racing the Recon could also lay down some fast pursuit times, and drop the competition during a sprint.
Drop a Reynolds bomb on the street or at the drome. (REYB035)"

lulz. The weight (or lack thereof) is insane, but aren't you concerned about riding carbon wheels on the street?

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I can almost guarantee you that the newest Cinelli Mash will be a single speed cross frame.
Not sure if serious. Hilarious either way.

Here's mine, at the university radio station where my lady djs/works:

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Looks great dude. Why did you go back to clips & straps?
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I was not joking. A lot of the MASH riders do a lot of cross racing. Many ride Zydecos, but there isn't an SSCX Cinelli frame. They're in testing phase right now.
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Looks great dude. Why did you go back to clips & straps?
back at school, less going on epic rides and more going places with my friends who ride 50-lb schwinns.
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"Perfect for that sick Schwinn Varsity fix gear conversion, the Reynolds Recon Track Wheelset will round out your build with speed and impeccable style. Seriously man, with all the money earned from selling off Simplex derailleurs and Weinmann brakes theres no reason to skimp out on the spinners. But, on the other hand, if youre into Velodrome racing the Recon could also lay down some fast pursuit times, and drop the competition during a sprint.
Drop a Reynolds bomb on the street or at the drome. (REYB035)"

lulz. The weight (or lack thereof) is insane, but aren't you concerned about riding carbon wheels on the street?

Ya, that copy is whack.

Not too concerned
Have a few buddies been running them for 2+ years in NYC and they're still true
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mash owners: did your headset come with a starnut and top cap? seems like a weird way to cut cost. technically I did have a 'headset' sent with the frame, but neither of those two. oh well. and how does this seat collar fit over the seat tube? it's not thinner (well if it is, it's not noticeable) at the top so I feel like I have to either force it on or force the thing open, neither of which do I want to do.
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mash owners: did your headset come with a starnut and top cap?
Cinelli doesn't give you those. Neither of my vigorellis came with those either. The headset is by FSA; so there is a chance your headset is labeled "FSA" instead of "Columbus".

The seat collar is installed with the cinelli words upright and facing the cockpit with the bolt/ clamp part in the rear and the bolt head facing the drive side; the sides of the clamp of the seatpost clamp should match the sides of the cutout slit of the frame. If you're also wondering, the clamp is made by miche.
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