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Get Your Piece of History with Limited Release 2015 Red Hook Crit Champion Colorway Cinelli Vigorelli

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The Red Hook Crit, The Premier Track Bike Criterium Of All Track Bike Criteriums, wrapped up just over a week ago in Brooklyn. Each year since 2011, Cinelli has given away a Vigorelli frameset to the champions of the race and, for a very limited time, you have the opportunity to purchase your very own replica colorway of this year’s prize frame set. Learn how to get your sweet piece of the magic after the jump.

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Constructed of Columbus Airplane 7005 alloy with an aluminum tapered steerer Cinelli Pista carbon fork, and usually sporting an enthusiastic colorway, the Cinelli Vigorelli is a popular track frameset among both velodrome track racers and street kids alike.

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This year’s champion bike was designed by Jonah Birns, the Creative Director of the Red Hook Crit, and features Brooklyn, Red Hook, and American flag details.

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Move quickly to get your replica piece of history at Cinelli’s Winged Store.

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Turner92
Turner92
7 years ago

I sometimes wonder how Cinelli is staying afloat? Handlebar tape sales propping up the company?

Sardinien
Sardinien
7 years ago

+1 @ Turner92.

I live in Italy and I yet have to see a Cinelli in the flesh.

dean
dean
7 years ago

isn’t this like wearing a yellow TdF jersey?

James
James
7 years ago

Loooove my Cinelli. Solid company putting out solid products.

BubbRubb
BubbRubb
7 years ago

So the logic is “I do not own any Cinelli, so the company must not be doing well.” Can’t see any flaws in your thinking….I don’t own a single thing from specialized or fox, so they won’t survive until 2016.

Pistolero
Pistolero
7 years ago

I live in NL and many people here is just saving money to purchase one of these overpriced aluminium frames.

Cowtown Cyclist
Cowtown Cyclist
7 years ago

I actually see quite a few Cinelli’s up here Alberta. They are nice looking bikes, I would definitely take the XCr stainless over most of the similarly priced aero bikes out there right now if I were ever looking to spend that much money. It is the same company as Columbus and they seem to be doing fin.

This bike is ridiculous though, a hipster race bike?

badbikemechanic
badbikemechanic
7 years ago

@Sardinen. Antonio Colombo has built an empire on track frames in the states. Go to any hipster area in any city and you are bound to see hordes of them.

ryand
ryand
7 years ago

“History”

Germanflea
Germanflea
7 years ago

@ryand. “Hipstory”:)

jorge
jorge
7 years ago

Wow. It is so funny how fixed gear bikes and a very serious, well organized fixed gear only race is still being considered “hipster”!? It really bothers me to the core. It is a bike, just like any other bike! That “hipster” side of fixed gear is long gone in my opinion (2009 much?).

I agree their frames are overpriced, for being just aluminum frames, but I really hate people bashing on fixed gear riders just because a few years back it became a trend.

So, let’s start calling fat bike riders, 26+, 27.5+ and 29+, aero road bike riders “hipsters”.

Cinelli has a great following, they don’t just sell handlebar tape.

I would like to see any “non-hipster” road or mtb rider doing fast laps on a very close crit course…Oh, and try calling former pro tour racer, and current Red Hook crit winner Ivan Ravaioli a hipster.

Scott V
Scott V
7 years ago

I always thought Ravaioli was a pasta dumpling not a hipster. Must be organic.

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