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Choose language: English Italiano English Deutsch. The strengths of stainless steel with a vintage look, lived, full of stories to tell. The look of pewter, Stainless Steel Stainless steel owes its name to its special feature: on its surface, a "film" or passive layer is formed, in a way that is dynamic and invisible to the naked eye. Technical features of the finish Suitable for doors Suitable for shelves Suitable for countertops Moisture resistant Weldable.
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Stained Peltrox Go to details. Satin Peltrox Go to details. Cinelli also says this tubing creates an 'elastic response' improving handling characteristics and creating more road feel. Each frame is hand made to order in Italy and features an oversized 44mm headtube, and a Columbus FEL monocoque fork. Claimed to tip the scales at g in a size medium, Cinelli has updated the rear stays and dropouts to create a more robust connection with the wheel.
The frame itself is available in five sizes; however, Cinelli does offer custom geometry. Regardless of if you go bespoke or off-the-rack, you'll need to wait between three and six weeks for your frame to be made depending on where in the world you live. As a relatively new player, Mason Cycles has continued to impress with its alloy and steel frames, and the Resolution 2 is no exception. Based around Columbus Spirit and Life steel tubing, the frame features endurance geometry and excels over pristine tarmac, chip seal and even a bit of gravel, too.
The frames are hand made in Italy and feature internal cable routing, mounts for racks and mudguards , and a new CNC machined dropout designed to play nice with flat-mount disc brakes. At the front, the Resolution2 sees Mason's Aperture 2 full carbon fork and the frame has room for up to 30mm tyres at both ends. No matter the drivetrain spec, each model comes with a set of Hunt 4Season Disc V2 wheels and Deda finishing kit.
Masi has taken its classic steel roadie and added a few of the luxuries we enjoy on modern bikes while still maintaining the vintage aesthetic.
You won't find downtube shifters here, instead, Masi has specced the Gran Criterium Moderno with a Campagnolo Potenza groupset and threadless stem. To finish the classic look, the Brev.
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M Classic road rims are complete with high flange sealed bearing hubs which are wrapped in Clement skinwall tyres. Tom Ritchey has been making bikes for nearly years, and the latest edition of the Road Logic takes much of the classic steel roadies we all know and love and brings a bit of modern flair. The frame is made using all-new heat-treated and triple-butted tubing. Ritchey says this tubing features aggressively short butted sections that save weight, improve ride quality and are optimised for TIG welding. Only available as a frameset through Ritchey, the Road Logic is claimed to weigh g and has room for up to 30mm tyres.
Hailing from Fort Collins, Colorado, the frame is based around TIG welded Reynolds tubing, and takes advantage of a tapered steel headtube and thru-axles at both ends. The upright position means you can ride it all day without straining your neck and lower back, while the slack angles and long-wheelbase keep the bike stable over rough roads. Ritte is one of those brands that a lot of people don't quite understand.
Cycling can sometimes feel like a world of serious people doing serious things, and LA-based Ritte is that goofy kid in the back of the class making memes, but still getting good grades — heck, the brand is named after a rider who stopped mid Tour of Flanders for a couple of cold ones and still managed to win on a borrowed bike. The Snob is Ritte's stainless steel model, which came to be simply because the brand's founder loves steel bikes. The frame is tig welded except for the rear brake bridge which is brazed, and the frame sees modern tube sizes and shapes, drop-in headset bearings and a sizeable PF30 BB shell.
While the Snob is manufactured in Asia, they are not mass-produced, with only one frame made per day, and it shows in the quality of the welds. Available in both disc and rim brake versions, the former comes with a Shimano Ultegra mechanical group, and Hunt alloy road wheels. For quite some time, Vanilla Workshop's Speedvagen bikes were strictly custom made, however, Sacha White and his crew have taken what they've learned over many years making custom bikes and are offering 'ready-made' frames.
Speedvagen builds its ready-made frames in batches based on size, the OG1 features an all-rounder type geometry, with mm of stack and mm of reach in a size Even though the ready-made frames aren't custom, the OG1 Disc still has all the hallmark features you expect from a Speedvagen, like a tapered headtube, Berzerker Dropouts, curvy seat stays, and the seat mast with ENVE cap. The frame is made from a mix of alloys from True Temper and Columbus, which the brand says allows for thinner walls without losing any strength or stiffness.
Boulder-based Mosaic Cycles has just launched a new high-performance steel frame, the RS Available in rim- and disc-brake versions, the frame is made using oversized Columbus Spirit HSS tubing, and the bike is complete with a tapered steerer tube, creak free threaded bottom bracket, and provisions for both mechanical and electronic shifting.
The new RS-1 has no shortage of old school finishing like the 'star' cable ports and bottle boss reinforcements, a braze-on front derailleur mount and an integrated derailleur hanger.
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The RS-1 is a fully bespoke frame, with custom geometry, the choice of paint layouts and 45 colours, all with a six-week lead time. British outfit Enigma is best known for its Titanium frames; however, it is no slouch when it comes to steel. Available in both rim and disc brake versions, the Elite features a middle-of-the-road geometry that will happily plod along for hours on end, or rub elbows in a bunch sprint.
The geometry, along with a range of other upgrades like internal cable routing or a T47BB can be added for an additional cost. With oversized tube profiles all around, the downtube is a beefy 44mm in diameter, which combined with a tapered head tube makes for a solid frame. While Enigma says it has designed the frame around the latest wide rims and tyres , the brand says it will only take up to 28mm rubber.
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