Cinelli introduces Devo, worked out by numberic control from a 6082-T6 aluminum block. The tool machines the piece outside, thus creating a wall with different thickness (from 2.5mm near the head, up to 3mm near the fork clamp). This is the secret of its great resistance to flexure. Devo has a very strong rear closure (thanks to the fastening screws that are crossed), which leaves the fork rod at sight. It represents the most indicated mate for the Devo handlebar.
Anybody out there using a Devo seat, trying to get some input on it. I am presently using a Arione and the size and shape is ok but on long rides my sit bone hurts. It looks like I might need more padding, any help would be appreciated.Read More »
Anyone been to a USA Cycling Devo camp before? I qualified for one, parents registered me for it, and I want to know what to expect/etiquette if there be such a thing, and whatnot.
Here's the link to the site for the Lacrosse camp I'm going to.
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