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Cinelli Mash Cyclocross

It's a thrill to ride. I wish I got into single speed cross bikes earlier.

Frame:
Cinelli Mash SSCX 53.5cm

Fork/Headset:
Columbus CX Carbon/ Columbus

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sram Force 2012 130bcd 172.5mm/ GXP

Pedals:
Time Atac Alium

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
39-18/ Shimano MX30/ Sram/ KMC z610hx 3/32

Derailleurs/Shifters:
None

Handlebars/Stem:
Deda RHM-01 40cm/ Thomson X2 100mm

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Italia SL XC/ Thomson Elite

Brakes:
Sram S500/ FSA SL-K Cross

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Miche Pistard/ Miche/ Ritchey Speedmax Pro 32c & Challenge Limus 33c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Miche Pistard/ Miche/ Ritchey Speedmax Pro 32c & Challenge Limus 33c

Accessories:
Cinelli Caleido bar tape, Thomson Collar

More Info:
18.32 lbs w/pedals

Added by BklynLOW. Last updated almost 11 years ago.

As of almost 11 years ago, BklynLOW has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

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terra12

terra12 says:

very nice

Posted over 10 years ago

ClubofStars

ClubofStars says:

hey man I love how you had this thing set up. One question I have - did you use track hubs on those wheels? Was it a flip-flop hub with a freewheel?

Posted over 10 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Thanks a lot. Yea I use Pistard's, the hub allows you to use a freewheel on it. It's 120 spaced so you can use any track wheel set.

Posted over 10 years ago

ClubofStars

ClubofStars says:

sweet. thanks for the info!

Posted over 10 years ago

zaimazmi_

zaimazmi_ says:

Sweet ride

Posted almost 11 years ago

Matt_Lew

Matt_Lew says:

Awesome bike and great pics!

I was contemplating building a Mash CX but ended up with a road bike instead. This may be my next project though.

Posted almost 11 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Thanks a lot. Its a great ride. A road bike over it wasn't a bad choice.

Posted almost 11 years ago

joserheo

joserheo says:

Looks good with the gumwalls!

Posted almost 11 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Thanks a lot. It gives it a more rugged look.

Posted almost 11 years ago

Noypi

Noypi says:

Love It!

Posted almost 11 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Thanks!!

Posted almost 11 years ago

dcondankz68

dcondankz68 says:

dig the gumwall rules!

Posted almost 11 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Thanks a lot.

Posted almost 11 years ago

Fazz7

Fazz7 says:

Uh nice!

Posted almost 11 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Thanks a lot.

Posted almost 11 years ago

mad1o1

mad1o1 says:

like the build

how does it feel to be ridding single speed off road been thinking of going and getting a cycle cross for a while now

Posted almost 11 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Thank you,

It's actually a lot more fun than riding through the streets all the time. The different terrain really test out your bike handling skills. I suggest giving it a shot.

Posted almost 11 years ago

BJ90

BJ90 says:

such a clean build. Minus those Miche wheels you could easily have this bike under 17.5 lbs

Posted almost 11 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Thanks! I agree with you with the wheels. But couldn't pass on the deal for them. I'll eventually build a wider box sectional rim.

Posted almost 11 years ago

ToNYxBLANCO

ToNYxBLANCO says:

FUEGO!

Posted about 11 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Thank you!!

Posted about 11 years ago

steppo

steppo says:

absolutely perfect build! Are you riding fixed?

Posted about 11 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Thank you! Riding it single speed. Riding fixed cyclocross doesn't make any sense.

Posted about 11 years ago

steppo

steppo says:

nah was just wondering cause I fassumed the pistards to be a FG/Track wheelset without machined sidewalls..

Posted about 11 years ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Oh okay. The wheels can be used as a single speed. The hub proudly accepts freewheels. The black iodizing just takes some time to come off.

Posted about 11 years ago

steppo

steppo says:

thanks for the info..they look pretty damn nice for that price.
Have a good one ;)

Posted about 11 years ago

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