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The Oxford Cinelli MASH-commuter

Hey im from Oxford England and here is my Cinelli Mash, i use it for everything and it absolutely fly's built the steed a year ago,been caining it since, the build is bomb proof, it weighs 7.770kg/16.9lbs(with the zipp,7.5kg with mavic). hope your as mad as i am. thanks

Frame:
Cinelli MASH 53cm

Fork/Headset:
mash

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Truvative Omniums , GXP

Pedals:
Shimano XTR race spd

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
EAI 20t/53t ZEN/D.I.D pro racing njs

Derailleurs/Shifters:
lol there for my road bike

Handlebars/Stem:
3T ergosum/Thomson X2

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Italia SLR team(stripped)/Thomson Masterpiece

Brakes:
legs....

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
ZIPP 1080 clincher/Continental Ultra race

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Phil Wood high flange 32h/DT comp/Mavic open pro ceramic/Soma everware

Accessories:
KCNC seatclamp/KCNC headset top cap,carbon spacers

More Info:
(see pic) p.s one time i had to ride my road bike to my shop to send it off which at the time was 12miles away with a hill. But i would need something to get home on, so i took the Mash strapped to my bag.Problem solved!

Added by ArferBar. Last updated almost 10 years ago.

41 Comments

Kevin_R

Kevin_R says:

You would certainly save some grams if you went down to a 13 or 14t in the back and a slightly smaller chainring, either nice setup

Posted almost 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

you are right but having a oversized drivetrain is much smoother and you get much better chain rap.

Posted almost 10 years ago

Kevin_R

Kevin_R says:

*either way, nice setup.
And thats true

Posted almost 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

thanks bre

Posted almost 10 years ago

century_rider

century_rider says:

Im diggin your setup. Although 53/20, seems a bit spinny to be mashing on. Still kudos nice build.

Posted almost 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

this bike isnt for bombing hills its for everything, including going up the hills as i live at the top of one :)

Posted almost 10 years ago

Kotarbinski

Kotarbinski says:

I was gonna bust your chops on the fact that you use that as your commuter but then I realized I do the same damn thing with my Langster Pro! haha Oh the irony. BTW, this mash is really nice, its not outdone like all the other ones out there. Kuddos! Cheers.

Posted almost 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

lol, i was using this for commuting before i got the zipp, now i use this bike for nice days and racing. for commuting i have three other good options (Alien,MTB,lang)

Posted almost 10 years ago

pinoymamba

pinoymamba says:

53/21 lulz.

Posted almost 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

woops, should be 53-20, the 21 is on my other bike (55-21)

Posted almost 10 years ago

Ozren0

Ozren0 says:

53/20 is awesome. Too many people try to push a track gear on the road. The high tooth count is also awesome, as it runs way smoother. Great build!

Posted almost 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

wow someone who sees sence :)), bigger gears arnt always best ,it depends where you live, cheers man :)

Posted almost 10 years ago

nith1313

nith1313 says:

WOW...... love it

Posted almost 10 years ago

felixsusanto

felixsusanto says:

nicely build .. love it ! CINELLI BROS !

Posted almost 10 years ago

PandaBear

PandaBear says:

Love the new pics in the snow ;)

Posted almost 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

thanks man, it had to be done :)

Posted almost 10 years ago

bstofcik

bstofcik says:

How do you like those bars? I'm thinking about getting a new set and saw a couple people with those, wondering how comfortable they are for you?

Posted almost 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

the shape is fantastic, nicest compact bars i have tried

Posted almost 10 years ago

winnerultra

winnerultra says:

Sickkkk!!! Love it

Posted almost 10 years ago

PandaBear

PandaBear says:

Love it!.. btw where did you get your rear fender??

Posted about 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

Thanks! eBay 'Ass saver' or go to Brick lane bike in London

Posted about 10 years ago

PandaBear

PandaBear says:

Sweet! thanks! I really need one, because I am tired of all the dam mud splashing on my back.

Posted about 10 years ago

salazar

salazar says:

dayuum this looks real comfy man. lovin it!

Posted about 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

thanks man! it is :)

Posted about 10 years ago

kreyziest

kreyziest says:

looks rad dude!

Posted about 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

won the oxford halloween allycat on this bike tonight, one guy said i shouldnt have been allowed to ride the bike and that i shoud get a handicap, so i pointed out that i dont have brakes..

Posted about 10 years ago

Neilskees

Neilskees says:

Damn this is awesome! That Zipp looks sick on this Mash.

Posted about 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

thanks man :)

Posted about 10 years ago

ekidx

ekidx says:

ass-saver! nice set up. always wanted a grey mash

Posted about 10 years ago

jr22

jr22 says:

Dang dude!! U weight weenie!!!
Great build bro!:)

Posted about 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

it is true i am a weenie, cheers bro!

Posted about 10 years ago

dcondankz68

dcondankz68 says:

nice one.. quick question. how do you like that stripped Selle Italia SLR team? is it hurts?

Posted about 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

not for me,but im used to saddles like that. iv got the same and similar saddles on my other bikes

Posted about 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

see pictures

Posted about 10 years ago

dcondankz68

dcondankz68 says:

well, do you wear a padding pants?

Posted about 10 years ago

MattyMo

MattyMo says:

dude i got a gel flow slr and it hurts my toosh way much, and i got a big toosh... like my arione way better in terms of comfort, but to each his own.

Posted about 10 years ago

SillyGooseCookie

SillyGooseCookie says:

Looks good! Do you have a matching Open Pro? I think it might make more sense and look better than a 1080. Well, for commuting anyways.

Posted about 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

I originally had a Mavic ksyrium SL then a Fulcrum racing 5 and finally the Zipp

Posted about 10 years ago

ArferBar

ArferBar says:

Zipp seems fine for the job to me

Posted about 10 years ago

Fazz7

Fazz7 says:

nice ride! how tall are you? inseam? (in centimeters)

Posted about 10 years ago

caferacer_91

caferacer_91 says:

He's fun sized....

Posted about 10 years ago