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Cinelli Mash 2010

55cm mash frame, a liitle bit to small for me, but managed to ride it comfy and all for a year before trading it off a 58 vigorelly.

Frame:
CINELLI MASH 2010

Fork/Headset:
carbonfibre fork, 45mm rake, columbus-branded internal headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino RD 165

Pedals:
-

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
49-ring

Derailleurs/Shifters:
-

Handlebars/Stem:
Profile Design Airwing 42cm

Saddle/Seatpost:
Unicantor

Brakes:
-

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Noname weinmann stuff

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Noname weinmann stuff

Added by papplo_com. Last updated over 8 years ago.

As of over 8 years ago, papplo_com has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

13 Comments

justskidding

justskidding says:

But he can afford such an expensive frame? I'm just saying that it's not the best idea to get a really expensive frame and put cheap parts on it.

Posted over 8 years ago

papplo_com

papplo_com says:

if i would get to build it again, id go with campa pista cranks, probably a 3T or Deda road cockpit, low flange campa on mavic open pros and a flite saddle. didn´t have those recourses at the time though...

Posted over 8 years ago

papplo_com

papplo_com says:

i didnt mind the wheelset at all, and the cranks worked summer through winter in swedish climate...

Posted over 8 years ago

justskidding

justskidding says:

Not hating or anything man. Whatever works, works.

Posted over 8 years ago

HiMyNameIsEricko

HiMyNameIsEricko says:

Damn look at that dent on the seat tube.

Posted over 8 years ago

papplo_com

papplo_com says:

the dent was a real bummer, sold the frame at a really low price because of it. i was a fucking parking accident!

Posted over 8 years ago

HiMyNameIsEricko

HiMyNameIsEricko says:

A parking accident? how does that happen?

Posted over 8 years ago

papplo_com

papplo_com says:

another bike crashed on mine while beeing locked to a post. tube on tube.

Posted over 8 years ago

HiMyNameIsEricko

HiMyNameIsEricko says:

That's awful :(

Posted over 8 years ago

justskidding

justskidding says:

Why buy such an expensive frame and put shit wheels and cranks on it?

Posted over 8 years ago

HiMyNameIsEricko

HiMyNameIsEricko says:

probably what he put on to trade with someone, and kept his better parts. cos in one picture he's on EERO's.

Posted over 8 years ago

Dumbfounded

Dumbfounded says:

maybe some people cant afford the top of the range parts. does it "really" matter? as long as the rider is happy then doesnt matter what other people think!!

Posted over 8 years ago

papplo_com

papplo_com says:

the frame sure was costly, but the components on the original build ended up costing about as much as the frame, with tools, lights shoes etc. i was kind of bummed by the fact that i didn´t get to try out a 58, cuz it would have been a better build.

Posted over 8 years ago