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Mint Cinelli Mash '09

Not a prototype but definately one of the early release models that was pre-ordered and delivered some time in March of 2009. Took a while to build it up, a year to be exact. A well thought out build with unique and rare components. A lot of love and patience went into so it is pretty much kept for show making an occasional appearance in local rides and events. Much respect to Keirin Cycles for helping me put together a one of a kind.

Frame:
Cinelli Mash 2009

Fork/Headset:
Cinelli Carbon Fork / Columbus

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo C Record / Phil Wood BB

Pedals:
Campagnolo C Record Victory Pedals

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
EAI Superstar 16T Cog / Campagnolo C Record 50T

Handlebars/Stem:
Profile Design Cobra Wing / Cinelli Pista Track Stem

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Italia Flite Classic / Campagnolo NOS C Record

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity B43 / Phil Wood Limited Ed. / Continental GP 4000 / Hoshi NJS Bladed Spokes

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity B43 / Phil Wood Limited Ed. / Continental GP 4000 / Hoshi NJS Bladed Spokes

Added by inforian. Last updated about 8 years ago.

35 Comments

lovemymash

lovemymash says:

How do you like your cobra wings infot a pair and I love them.

Posted over 9 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

Love it! Plenty of grip positions and its wrapped with ProCarbon Digital bar tape.

Posted over 9 years ago

Nocoast

Nocoast says:

How tall are you?looks like its a 55 even a 53?

Posted over 9 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

I'm 5'8. It looks like a 55 but its a 53. The Mash runs large due to the steep seat tude angle.

Posted over 9 years ago

NgoJustNgo

NgoJustNgo says:

if you are ever selling this please talk to me! i am really trying so hard to find this frame but no luck )=

Posted over 9 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

Good luck finding one man, this one is a keeper.

Posted over 9 years ago

bguira

bguira says:

Awesome mash!

Posted over 10 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

thanks man...

Posted over 10 years ago

dannyboy79

dannyboy79 says:

I love it!! Good to see another brotha out here riding!! I can tell you took your time with that, keep ridin' man..>!!!

Posted over 10 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

f'sho...we out here brah doing what we love to do and lookin gooood doing it!

Posted over 10 years ago

Indiana_josh

Indiana_josh says:

question. first, I noticed your stem seems to have a steeper grade than necessary. Is this on purpose? and if so, what purpose? I ask because it seems like, lowering the stem a little and going with less of a rise would give you the same bar position, but more of an aerodynamic feel/look. sorry to bug you. just curious. Love the build.

Posted over 10 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

It is definately on purpose taking my height and reach into consideration. I also like the fact that the stem angle flows with the pursuit angle of the top tube. Thanks for the comp...

Posted over 10 years ago

Indiana_josh

Indiana_josh says:

Ah I see that now, they are parallel.

Posted over 10 years ago

jdawg4334

jdawg4334 says:

Clippless with straps. That's some track shit right there! Sick bike dude!

Posted over 10 years ago

reyhanmahardika

reyhanmahardika says:

nice spec man

Posted almost 11 years ago

AdiZena

AdiZena says:

hey. you said you have a beater leader. will you upload it ?? nice mash btw, love the photos, and one more thing, can i use bladed spoke if im using a normal hub? (chub, soma, etc)

thanks

Posted almost 11 years ago

Ewwyou

Ewwyou says:

you can, if you use hoshi bladed spokes. Like the ones Ian used; HOWEVER, they stopped making them so theyre are damn near impossible to find.

Posted almost 10 years ago

justskidding

justskidding says:

It's a shame that such nice parts are being used as just a show bike. Especially those Phil's. As for the frame, meh, there's enough MASH's being ridden already. Great build though.

Posted almost 11 years ago

jontor

jontor says:

+1

Posted almost 11 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

When I first heard that Cinelli was building an all new street track frame I new it was going to be special. What made it even more special and significant was the fact that it was in collaboration with Mash and Benny Gold who is one of the best graphic designers out there. Much anticipated, highly sought after and respected when it first hit the streets and of course highly debated. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and I'm just glad that I still own one of the original Mash. Other manufacturers have since copied the design and even Cinelli has added a few more versions but to me they got it right the first time. Not to take anything away from the current models, I just think the original will go down as the most coveted. That's one of the reasons why I built it up the way I did to compliment an already great looking frame with quality parts that will only add to the value and appreciation for my Mash.

Posted almost 11 years ago

DanV

DanV says:

+10^

Posted almost 11 years ago

isaac

isaac says:

+500 ^^

Posted almost 11 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

real nice
now ride the shit out of it!!!!!!!!!!

Posted almost 11 years ago

justskidding

justskidding says:

+1

Posted almost 11 years ago

SamBo

SamBo says:

Nice but, why build a bike and not ride it?

Posted almost 11 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

...because I ride a Leader beater.

Posted almost 11 years ago

SamBo

SamBo says:

Ok...

Posted almost 11 years ago

DanV

DanV says:

Thought out indeed ;)
And wow nice seatpost!

Posted almost 11 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

thanks DanV, that zen you got is pretty sweet 'specially with the drops.

Posted almost 11 years ago

DanV

DanV says:

Thanks

Posted almost 11 years ago

Krittervan

Krittervan says:

holy mother of god. really beautiful! Not to be too picky but you should really level out your saddle, it kind of puts a damper on the whole bike which is perfect btw.

Posted almost 11 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

thanks, saddle is slightly angled purposely for that overall pursuit look and for comfort.

Posted almost 11 years ago

charlie

charlie says:

you find that angle comfortable? ride whatever is comfortable for you, but what's the most time you've spent in the saddle like that? 'pursuit look' is proper fitment!

Posted almost 11 years ago

kreyziest

kreyziest says:

nice setup man!

Posted almost 11 years ago

inforian

inforian says:

thanks man...

Posted almost 11 years ago