Cinelli interchangeable "bivalent" (later type)
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Category:  Hubs
Name:  Cinelli interchangeable "bivalent" (later type)
Brand:  Cinelli
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Years:  1967 - ?
Country:  Italy
Added By: j_lies on 05/21/13
Updated By: peterbman on 02/24/19
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Gear Compatibility Front Bearing Size/Count
Rear Bearing Size/CountRear Spacing
Spoke DrillingFlange Size
Gear Threading/Pattern Body Markings
Axle MaterialShell Material
General Information
The earlier type has three piece hub shells. These were made for Cinelli by Campagnolo/Regina with original Gran Sport sprockets.
Quality:Rarity:
 
 
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A true icon in the cycling industry, Cinelli is well known for their stems and handlebars which came as standard equipment on countless quality European brand bicycles, however they are also known to have made some of the most sought after lightweights by collectors and riders alike the world over.  Few brands can meet, let alone exceed, the level of workmanship and ride quality of Cinelli frames, even those from the 1950's.
 
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