Pedals, handlebars, stems, toe straps, saddles, frame lugs, bottom brackets and fork crowns.
Cino Cinelli was hugely influential on the direction of modern racing bikes through his designs for components.
1964 – Cinelli aluminum bars introduced.
1968 – Cinelli aluminum stem Mod. 1/A (A = aluminum) introduced.
1973 – Cinelli aluminum stem Mod. 1/R (R = Record) introduced.
1975 – Cinelli Mod. 1/A stem pinch bolt nut changed to allen nut fitting.
1978 – Cinelli Cino & C. sold to Antonio Columbo (owner of Columbus tubing
and 3 ttt) logo changed to “Flying C” soon after.
Thanks to ChuckSchmid
The short lived Cinelli Bivalent hub system
Bicycle Guide magazine article about Bivalent hubs by John Derven
There were two styles issued by Cinelli; the first had a chromed steel center barrel with aluminum hub flanges. The later version had an all aluminum hub body.
The Bivalent hub set “… came out in the early 1960s, probably 1961 or 62. The change-over to one-piece shells seems likely in 1967”