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Old 07-22-17, 01:15 PM   #1
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Cinelli Tutto

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Old 07-22-17, 03:15 PM   #2
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That is a sweet looking frame!! The fork looks exceptionally long, but maybe it is the angle of the picture.?

Also, I like how they paint the wall to "fill in" the rest of the bike components.
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unbelievably cool frame
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Fork is very confusing but I'm intrigued. Maybe it is just a weird angle, because it seems to match up with the bike design on the wall, but it does look really long.
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According to our Cinelli rep, the Tutto is basically the "replacement" for the MASH Work now that their collaboration is in the history books. The segmented fork (which is no longer that that on the Work) looks great in person and the frame is actually a really dark grey, not black.

In other Cinelli news, the aluminum Vigorelli (which you can see a hint on in the lower left of that pic above) is making a comeback in 2018 as well.


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In other Cinelli news, the aluminum Vigorelli is making a comeback in 2018 as well.
So, will they discontinue the steel Vig ?
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Old 07-22-17, 08:07 PM   #7
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No, they're keeping both.
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Looks to me like they took the Work frame and added belt-drive compatibility and a cooler fork with super rad paint. I'd love to see one in person.
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Fork is very confusing but I'm intrigued. Maybe it is just a weird angle, because it seems to match up with the bike design on the wall, but it does look really long.
The MASH Work fork was fairly short if you did actually want to race CX with it, maybe they stretched it out.
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I never cared much for the Work, but that Tutto looks awesome.

I thought the Vig was looking pretty great, too, until I got to the seat tube.
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Anyone have an eta on this release? Will Scrod be getting stock?
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Ive looked in to this frame a bit more and found a screen shot of the geo, which is probably old news to you folks. Have no idea if it is legit, but if so the new fork pushes the trail numbers way below the current model (45mm offset vs 38mm) which reduces trail on the large frame, for example, from 5.8 to 5.0 and knocks on the door of low trail.
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This has replaced the Work now on Cinelliís site. I asked when it will be available but havenít heard back. Anyone have an eta?
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Patience is a virtue.
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[QUOTE=Scrodzilla;19738293]According to our Cinelli rep, the Tutto is basically the "replacement" for the MASH Work now that their collaboration is in the history books. The segmented fork (which is no longer that that on the Work) looks great in person and the frame is actually a really dark grey, not black.

Is there a reason they stopped working together other than just business? I liked their collaborations over the years.
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That would be a question for the MASH guys. Pretty sure it just ran its course.
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For as much as I lusted after a WORK frame, I'm glad I didn't buy one and got something slacker angles.
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For as much as I lusted after a WORK frame, I'm glad I didn't buy one and got something slacker angles.
What did you get instead?
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Old 10-04-17, 05:46 AM   #19
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So is perseverance.

Got in touch with Cinelli. Tutto will be available in the US come January. Moneys are earmarked.
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How am I supposed to wait for this frame? Any idea on price point?
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I would be shocked and amazed if retail deviated from the Work @829.
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Cinelli's USA release dates usually get pushed back due to shipping & customs delays, so be prepared for that.
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For as much as I lusted after a WORK frame, I'm glad I didn't buy one and got something slacker angles.
Funny, this is the exact reason why i got and love my Work Frame. True Track geo is what separates the Work from all the other SSCX bikes, including the Tutto which looks similar to Steamroller/Nature boy geo aka SLACK.

At least it looks like it has the removable canti studs. Those things are so clutch for mounting racks & baskets. Fork is cool too, I dig the laid back frame + in your face fork paint.
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Apparently it's getting a segmented fork and is supposed to be a "do everything" FG bike -- not really clear what that means aside from tire clearance. Kinda seems like a watered down Mash Work. I'm not super impressed.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BbcWeB4l...nelli_official

edit- and rereading the thread, looks like none of that was really news.
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While I like the bike ok.

It looks exactly like what it is: Cinelli trying to be Mash.
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