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Cinelli Develops Mash Work Frame Set For All Your Messengering, Urban Racing Needs

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Developed to serve as a versatile, all-street bike, the singlespeed Cinelli Mash Work is designed with feedback from messenger and Mash rider Chas Christiansen to be a silver bullet. The frame set is designed with a geometry nimble enough to bomb through an alley cat and but has the fixings to be a dedicated ‘cross racing machine. Skitch on through to the other side for all the deets…

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This full Columbus steel frame set is left with heat zones visible around the joints then cleared over, so the frame and fork appear to be as raw as the streets themselves. The top tube features internal routing with flush interfaces at either end for the rear brake. Both frame and fork feature removable cantilever mounts so it can be ridden fixed and brakeless without extra hardware.

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The frame and fork are designed with clearance for 35c tires for cross racing, though rear spacing is for 120mm track hubs, with mounts for two waterbottles. The model comes in five sizes, from 50cm to 60cm, and includes frame, fork, headset, seat collar, and brake studs.

Cinelli_MASH_Work_Frameset_Street_0025The Mash Work frame set is available now on the Cinelli online store for $895.65 MSRP pre-order through September 1st.

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Rp
Rp
7 years ago

The third diagram. Shifters on a single speed.

Fatso
Fatso
7 years ago

@Rp

They’re brake levers boss 🙂

Crackers
Crackers
7 years ago

@Fatso

Rp is correct. They’re very clearly SRAM shifters.

Ha!
Ha!
7 years ago

What year is this? 2008?

WhydoIevencare
WhydoIevencare
7 years ago

Sram 900 brake levers

morehardcore
morehardcore
7 years ago

Yes, no mistaking the canoe paddle sized shift lever on a SRAM.

At least it has proper CX cantilever brakes, and the work bike is correct with linear side-pull.

'Merika
'Merika
7 years ago

That’s Rohloff’s new internal geared hub–super-small, ain’t it?! Hence the shifters.

AlanM
AlanM
7 years ago

Love the watermarked pictures.

Typenschild Delete
Typenschild Delete
7 years ago

If you’re actually carrying anything you want a rack with actual triangulation and some strength built in, not that shite separate flat tang bolted-together top mount point.

The “work” drawing #1 shows the rack, but the description says nothing about it being included or not. I assume not included, but curious if it will be offered separately, maybe with some changes from the one pictured?

Ryan
Ryan
7 years ago

By “work” they mean “beer” right?

Adrian
Adrian
7 years ago

What are fenders? We just don’t know.

Rocky Gardeno
Rocky Gardeno
7 years ago

Do hipsters even want this anymore?

“as raw as the streets themselves” Seriously?

WB4P
WB4P
7 years ago

Apparently in “City Track” you need two bottles, but when you race CX you need none.

Jame$
Jame$
7 years ago

For the commenters commenting about the “shift levers” on a fixie, check out BikeCad some time and you’ll learn the difference between a person who designs bicycles and a person who criticizes bicycle design. Lots of hating going on here…

Greg
Greg
7 years ago

@Jame$
You do realize that post is going out to petulent 13yr olds.

supa
supa
7 years ago

love this frame and fork, well done cinelli

craig
craig
7 years ago

i like it, really versatile.

-Rizza
-Rizza
7 years ago

Cinelli needs to come out with a Shepard Fairey colabo longboard and some artisanal Italian beard oil if they want capture today’s hipsters.

Mclulz
Mclulz
7 years ago

@Rizza

You are indeed onto somehting. Please send me contact info and 300$ to my Nigerian account so that we can proceed with this idea.

Prince_Akeem (at) Africa.giv

dhbomber
dhbomber
7 years ago

@-Rizza
Cinelli already worked with OBEY a few years back with some cockpit components. Plus, I think OBEY is a little bit outdated for “today’s hipsters”.
I do think the price is a little bit too much for what it is…but it does include a few extra bits. Not really interested in this frame. Seem to “meh” for me. What I would like to see is the use of a tapered headtube o maybe a 44mm headtube for use of a tapered fork if wanted.

badbikemechanic
badbikemechanic
7 years ago

Finally found my commuter frame. Good job Cinelli.

Mike A
Mike A
7 years ago

Seems like a hell of a premium for Columbus tubed Steamroller. Removable canti studs aren’t really a big draw for me either. I really want to love Cinelli, but they really seem to be resting on their laurels. Justify the cost instead of tweaking your competitors offering.

HENRY kakoon
HENRY kakoon
6 years ago

Anyone here happen to know what what size brake post/bosses this frame takes or where i can find them?

Lanzer A
Lanzer A
6 years ago

can anyone tell me which crankset arms are in the picture? thx

Alexander Ray
Alexander Ray
6 years ago

Anyone know the Rack thats on that bike? Really love how simple it is; curious to hear how long the frame lasts, especially in places like the PNW…

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