Not much info is still available on these framesets but Cinelli specifically referred to the frame as being constructed of fillet brazed Columbus UltraFoco.ie:>>>"the classic look of Supercorsa, but with the mostDY123 said:>>>Ultra Foco, Tig welded (looks like tig and possibly covered/filed or maybe just small fillets<<<.
That's what I'm hoping for anyway. She's only been built up for a few days now and I've got less than 175 miles on her.So far, I'm very impressed.I've a little fine tuning to do yet but the overall combination of nimbleness,stability, stiffness, comfort, predictability and road feel appears superbe.DY123 said:>>> Maybe it is just the right combination of both. The best of both worlds.<<<
Thanks. Me,too.DY123 said:I always loved the look of the Foco Chain stays. Cool
Hi 2many,toomanybikes said:Caterham,
I often find myself drifting over to the SuperCorsa's to "look" - where did you find this?
Does it look like the paint will be a "little" more durable than Cinelli's paint usually is???
Wow. I don't usually comment on all the sweet new bikes around here (because there are just so darn many) but that bike is absurdly nice -- it might even be my recent favorite. I want one! Fillet brazing on a non custom frame? That's something I haven't seen this side of those old Schwinns.caterham said:fillet brazing