The most versatile Cinelli track frame used by the Team Cinelli Chrome and independent riders all over the world. The right frame to bank in velodrome turns, tackle tight bends of the most demanding criterium urban races and speed through traffic in total safety with the possibility of assembling front and rear brake.
Internal cable routing inside the top tube for the rear brake. Full track geometry and 1,5” fork with 35mm rake for fast cornering and extreme reactivity. The Columbus Airplane oversized sections of the down tube and rear stays guarantee full power transmission.
|Colore / color|
|Taglie / sizes
XS (50) - S (52) - M (54) - L (56) - XL (58)
|serie Tubi / tube set|
|Filetto scatola movimento / BB threading
|Diametro reggisella / seatpost diameter|
Ø 31.6 mm
|Forcella / fork
COLUMBUS Pista 1-1/8” - 1-1/2" Aluminium -Steerer
|Peso telaio / frame weight|
|Peso forcella / fork weight
|Serie sterzo / head set|
IS 42/28,6 | IS 52/40 (included)
|Passaggio ruota / Tire clearance
up to 700x28
|Standard freni / brakes standard|
F&R Short-reach Caliper (not included)
|Interasse mozzi/Hub spacing
Horizontal 120mm R - QR 100mm F
|Passaggio cavi / cable routing|
Internal Rear Brake
After racing the first two Red Hook Criteriums of the 2017 season (where he finished 4th and 2nd) on the new Vigorelli Steel, Davide Viganò explained his decision to finish the season on the Vigo Alu by explaining that after 15 years riding carbon fiber at the highest level he still needed a bike that was “too stiff, even if that makes it hard to handle, even if it means I risk falling through the corner. To me that’s the feeling of an extreme performance race bike.”
In the summer of 2017, 20 year-old Paola Panzeri, who divides her season between Team Cinelli Chrome and sn Italian Elite Professional team, lined up for Italy’s first cycling federation-sanctioned Fixed Gear Criterium National Championships. The race course was twisting, the weather bad contributing to a careful race. A small group of elite riders arrived at the final kilometer together. The riders almost came to a halt, studying each other, before opening the sprint. In this video Panzeri explains how she became Italy’s first ever female Italian Fixed Gear Champion.
Comparing the Vigorelli Alu with the new Vigorelli Steel one notices its more “traditional” pure track geometries, suited to riders racing predominantly on the velodrome or who – in fixed gear criteriums – privilege pure stiffness abd speed over the greater handling precision of the Vigo Steel (which is particularly suited to dirty, technical races).