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Cinelli Nemo Gravel Bike Gets Integrated Suspension (and more!)

cinelli nemo tig gravel bike with 20mm suspension in the steerer tube
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Last year, Cinelli used the Sea Otter Classic to let everyone know that they’re back in the US with new ownership, a fresh vision, and big plans. This year, they showed off a new version of the Nemo TIG Gravel II frame that includes a 20mm-travel Hi-Ride Sterra fork. But that’s not the only update to the bike, and not the only new model in their booth…

cinelli nemo tig gravel bike with 20mm suspension in the steerer tube

The 2024 Nemo is much more than the same frame with a Hi-Ride suspension fork stuck in it. The frame is made in Milan from triple-butted Columbus steel. The seatstays are reshaped and flattened to improve comfort, with a new bridge that makes it easy to mount fenders.

cinelli nemo tig gravel bike with 20mm suspension in the steerer tube

There’s also a new chainstay yoke with forged and machined driveside panel that increases tire clearance to 700×47. Four complete bike builds available in your choice of 11 colors, with AXS XPLR, Campagnolo Ekar, or GRX mechanical 1x or 2x groups.

Cinelli Pressure ADR

cinelli pressure adr carbon aero road bike

Their carbon fiber aero race road bike gets a new, simpler option called the Pressure ADR, which switches to a standard round seatpost and traditional steerer tube diameter. It gets fully integrated stealth routing, too, letting you stick to more common standards but still use the latest tech and components.

The seat tube is straight on the ADR model, too, not curved backward to arc along the tire’s profile. The carbon layup is tweaked, too, adding a bit more comfort compared to the very stiff, full-aero frame of the original Pressure. MSRP is $6,400 for the complete bike, framesets from $3,000.

Cinelli Zydeco Silver Bootleg

cinelli zydeco silver bootleg commuter city bike with front basket

Want that classic Cinelli track bike look but with modern gearing, wide tires, and a flat bar with a front basket for rippin’ laps to the market? The 2024 Zydeco Silver Bootleg is it, getting wide-range 1x drivetrain, carbon fork with mounts, a riser bar, and heavy-duty alloy front rack that can hold up to 8kg (~17.7lbs). It comes with 700×35 tires, but fits 40mm wide rubber.

usa.cinelli-milano.com

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Rim Brake enjoyer
Rim Brake enjoyer
28 days ago

Would be great to have some suspension in road bikes. Just need to have an absolutely solid zero wiggle lock out. Would allow you to optimize tire pressure and size by decoupling it from being a primary suspension component, allow you to alter fork trail to be more aggressive when you’re trail braking into turns but stable and comfortable when cruising fast flowy descents and would allow more comfort on chip seal.

Veganpotter
Veganpotter
28 days ago

I wouldn’t want much more in my Domane and it doesn’t have a lockout. Totally good enough for Fabian Cancellara to ride the rest of his career on it once it came out. If it’s good for him on smooth courses, it should be plenty for us.

Bumscag
Bumscag
28 days ago
Reply to  Veganpotter

You do understand Cancellara was *paid* to ride that bike, yeah? He didn’t just happen to take one for a test ride and fall in love with it and decide it was his new race bike…

Greg
Greg
27 days ago
Reply to  Bumscag

+100

Naero
Naero
28 days ago

That Cinelli is funny.
Massive rack, with all of 8kg load capacity…

NoEuro
NoEuro
26 days ago
Reply to  Naero

24 x 330ml cans = 7.96kg.
I see no problem here.
Sparkling water only, beer would weigh too much.

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