Formerly: 45 Via Egidio Folli, Milano

One of the true legendary names in the world of cycling.
Few, if any, bicycle makers have had the impact on modern cycling as Mr. Cino Cinelli.

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updated 9.17.2022

For Cinelli Mod B, Pista and SC (all) for the years that Cino Cinelli owned Cino Cinelli & C, 1949 – 1978. It does not include bikes produced under the ownership of Antonio Colombo nor the bikes which include a five digit serial number.
Allan Woods visited Cinelli in Milan in 1969 and collected this card. Note the Cinelli steel stem, fenders , Universal 68 brakes, Campagnolo Grand Sport rear derailleur, cottered cranks (possibly Magistroni), and Unicanitor saddle.
Track bike from 1970s catalog
Classic “fastback” seat stay arrangement
Jim Narlesky’s original Cinelli purchased by him from Cupertino Bike Shop in April of 1971

Dave Martinez's Cinelli Altenburger

Piero Provvedi's SC Leggerissimo 1970s #2238

Laurie Weeks bike as pictured in Cycling Plus Magazine

Stefano Sandoli's 1958 SC

Campagnolo Gran Sport derailleurs, 1958 Campagnolo Strada cranks, MAFAC brakes.

Classic SC

photos courtesy Gary Buyeske

1960s track frame

Linda Martinez's Cinelli

Alan Titus' mid 1970's Super Corsa.


The Cinelli Centurion Equipe: a special & different complete bicycle

(click the below to see the Bicycle guide article as pdf)

Cinelli display at the Long Beach Bike Show, circa 1980s

pictures courtesy Dave Martinez

Cinelli Laser: looking forward!

Catalog scans courtesy Warwick Fair
Early 1980s catalog
Handlebars & stems