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Cinelli Tutto All-Around FG/Singlespeed

Continuation of my previous bike. I wanted an all-around adventure singlespeed on a steel frame, with flip-flop hub (to ride fixed as well) and fat tires. Tutto seemed to be a perfect frame for this, it's made from nice Columbus Cromor tubeset, has clearence for up to approx. 40mm tires, eyelets for bottle cages and front rack, etc. Belt system opening and internal cable routing are nice bonuses too. I wanted it to be as simple and reliable as possible. Wheels are simple and strong. Freewheel was always a weak spot of my previous singlespeed, so here I decided to put a super-reliable White Industries ENO freewheel. The main concern of this build was the reliability, not the weight, speed or style (however I like how it looks).

Frame:
Cinelli Tutto 2018

Fork/Headset:
Cinelli Tutto / Cane Creek 40 Series

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sram Omnium / Sram GXP

Pedals:
Shimano PD-M520

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Miche Track Cog 17t / Sram Omnium 48t / Shimano CN-NX10 Singlespeed Chain

Derailleurs/Shifters:
SCREW IT

Handlebars/Stem:
PRO LT OS Compact / ControlTech Newton

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Italia Q-bik / Origin8

Brakes:
TRP CX 8.4

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H Plus Son Archetype rim with DT Swiss Revolution spokes / Miche Primato Track Hub / Panaracer GravelKing SK 35 mm tubeless

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H Plus Son Archetype rim with DT Swiss Revolution spokes / Miche Primato Flip-Flop Track Hub / Panaracer GravelKing SK 35 mm tubeless

Accessories:
Surly Tuggnut Chain Tensioner

More Info:
More on this bike here: https://poohitan.com/p/new-bike-tutto (in Ukrainian, but you can Google Translate)

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Gravel/Winter setup

Current Stage Info:

Softer and wider tubeless gravel tires (despite that these rims are not tubeless-ready). Also switched to a fixed cog, I always do that during a snowy/icy period, feels safer.

Added by poohitan. Last updated 27 days ago.

16 Comments

silver_rocket

silver_rocket says:

Hey! Have you tried installing tires > 35mm? Thinking about getting this frame.. so i'm wondering about maximal tire geuge.. without fenders and brakes. Nice bike tho.

Posted about 1 month ago

poohitan

poohitan says:

Hey! I haven't tried larger tires yet, but here https://cinelli.it/en/garage/tutto-heav... they put WTB Nano 40mm on it, but I'm not sure it will fit any larger. I have plans to try 38 or 40 mm tires as well. Currently I have plenty of clearance with 35mm tires, so I think 40mm should work.

Posted about 1 month ago

Cycleroy

Cycleroy says:

Awesome bike ! I just bought a Tutto frame and i can wait to finish my built !

Posted 10 months ago

poohitan

poohitan says:

Thanks mate. Will be glad to check out your bike too.

Posted 10 months ago

poohitan

poohitan says:

@deeprider: seems I've accidentaly hit the "Remove comment" button below your comment, sorry. Replying to your question - my frame is M size (I'm 178 cm tall). BTW they have all the geometry measurments listed on the website http://cinelli.it/en/prodotti/tutto-en/, I just recommend you to compare it to your current bike. And pay special attention to stand over height - measure your inner leg length, it should be a bit more than you frame's St. Ov. :)

Posted about 1 year ago

deeprider

deeprider says:

Thanks. I think about the size L (I'm 188), the St.Ovr. height should be ok. What makes me cautious is the short headtube, but I can use a bit more spacers I guess...

Posted about 1 year ago

Nash

Nash says:

Finally got around to snapping some photos. Added the Tutto to my profile. Very happy with the bike so far, it's a blast to ride.

Posted over 1 year ago

Nash

Nash says:

Really nice build! I'm going to buy one of these frames soon. Could you tell me the diameter of the seatpost clamp?

Posted over 1 year ago

poohitan

poohitan says:

Hi. Seatpost diameter is 27.2 mm.

Wish you a nice build too :).
I will be glad to see it when it's ready, please post a link here if you don't mind.

Posted over 1 year ago

Nash

Nash says:

Thanks. I meant the inner diameter of the clamp which pinches the seat tube. It's going to be a bit bigger than 27.2.

Posted over 1 year ago

poohitan

poohitan says:

Ahh, ok:). Will measure and post it bit later today.
But clamp is included with frameset, so you don't need to worry on how to choose the right diameter.

Posted over 1 year ago

Nash

Nash says:

I need to purchase one with a cable stop to run a cantilever setup :).

Posted over 1 year ago

Nash

Nash says:

Also, how is that headset? I was going to use the same one.

Posted over 1 year ago

poohitan

poohitan says:

I built this bike only 2 months ago, but so far it looks great and very reliable. I'm riding everyday, city, cobbles, gravel, rain showers — no issues.

Posted over 1 year ago

poohitan

poohitan says:

Hey mate, been busy. Just measured the clamp: when it's not tightened, it's inner diameter is 29.8 mm.
Outer seat tube diameter is 28.8 mm, I guess this measurment is more valuable.

Posted over 1 year ago

Nash

Nash says:

Thanks buddy! I just placed the order for the frameset. I'll post a link in a few weeks when the initial build is done.

Posted over 1 year ago