Nobody does Italian class like Cinelli.
From a name that’s steeped in history and lore, Cinelli road bikes hark back to a golden era of cycling, but don’t let that fool you into thinking they aren’t modern. Cinelli’s bike building story is intertwined with that of legendary tube-makers Columbus, and it’s a story which continues today through their use of Columbus steel, alloy, and carbon fibre.
Founded in 1948 by then-retired pro cyclist Cino Cinelli, Cinelli road bikes have been a staple part of the cycling world ever since. With more than 28 Olympic & World Championship gold medals, affiliations with cycling champions like Greg LeMond, Laurent Fignon and Mario Cipollini, Cinelli road bikes thrive in a competitive environment. Modern audiences have fallen in love with their minimalistic fixie bikes too, with the Cinelli Mash, Vigorelli, and Gazetta proving extremely popular with fashion conscious urban cyclists.