Cinelli Supercorsa Frames

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MSRP : $1970.00

Product Description

The classic. The Supercorsa is the Cinelli legacy, maintaining its classic design while receiving the neccessary technological upgrades over the past 40 years. For 2012, the Supercorsa is using Investment castings, the iconic Cinelli "spoiler" bottom bracket shell, and the original Cino Cinelli fastback seat stays. Conbined with range-topping Columbus Niobium steel tubes, and chrome lugs to finish, you will not find a higher quality, more beautifully finished frame, anywhere.

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Cinelli Supercorsa sizing?

Looking to purchase my first steel frame bike. I'm 6'1 with a 33.5" inseam. According to Wrench Science fit system it recommends the following sized frame: C-C: 57 C-T: 59 According Cinelli's geometry that puts me at a 57cm frame. Is there anything special about Cinelli's sizing for the supercor ... Read More »

Cinelli Supercorsa - cracked top tube

I have a beautiful 2006 Cinelli Supercorsa that I enjoyed riding very much, until the top tube cracked 2 months ago where the front internal cable opening is located. Right at the beginning of the dry season here in Seattle! (see attached pics) Has anyone else had this issue? I contacted Ben at ... Read More »

Cinelli Supercorsa

I''m finding myself wanting to build a steel bike with a modern groupset. I'm thinking of a Cinelli Supercorsa and building with Campy 11 speed..probably Record or Chorus. Does anyone have a link to where I can get the frame ...(reasonably priced) [url= ... Read More »

NOS - Cinelli SuperCorsa Road Frames

Just a heads-up... there's a few new-old-stock, Cinelli SuperCorsa road framesets available thru They are mid 90s production in SLX tubing. They were advertised on their website, but apparently the stock supply is getting rather limited, so you now have to call (800-323-4082) and ... Read More »

Cinelli Supercorsa

I was wondering if anyone knows who actually builds the current Cinelli Supercorsa frameset. I've heard they are subcontracted out - not built in-house. Any idea? Thanks, JimRead More »

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