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Anybody know where I can find a Cinelli Ram(12 posts)

Anybody know where I can find a Cinelli Ramspookyload
Nov 14, 2001 8:15 AM
I have looked everywhere I know of. Stateside and overeseas have both proven to be an empty basket. I saw them in Bicylcing in a review, and they seemed to like it.
its in the current catalogue for colorado cyclist.dupe
Nov 14, 2001 8:25 AM
but do your math well in calculating the size you will need. remember that you are stuck with the angle of the bars.

pricey but very sexy. ($399 i believe)

let us know how they work out.

ciao, ben
Also World Cycling Productions,TJeanloz
Nov 14, 2001 8:38 AM


Not cheap. Very cool....
a cool $499.99 at World CyclingJack S
Nov 14, 2001 8:39 AM
go for it
World Cycling has outrageous prices don't they?Sintesi
Nov 14, 2001 9:23 AM
I believe they premiered the Ram at $400 (cheap!)about 2 months ago and now they want $500. I just don't see how they get away with it. Something about fools and money. Ah well the tape selection is nice.
It is pretty amazing.pmf1
Nov 14, 2001 11:18 AM
Like those $3800 Colnago frames. Nothing in their catalogue is even retail. Maybe they make their money selling videos. I still like to get the catalogue though. Good bathroom literature.
Ebay, 110mm section stem Cinelli Ram posted today (nm)zelig1
Nov 14, 2001 9:49 AM
those look pretty niceDog
Nov 14, 2001 10:04 AM
Might be great for a climbing bike. Couldn't attach anything to the handlebars, though, like aerobars, lights, or computers. Pretty light set up.

Will that be Cippo's bar?

au contraireJack S
Nov 14, 2001 10:11 AM
comes with a thing that sticks out, for mounting computers, HRMs, etc. The problem I have with it is you can't adjust bars, i.e., twist ends up/down as you would with a conventional stem
au contrairemetonymy3
Nov 15, 2001 5:02 PM
yeah, and it's not like Cinelli could figure out the ideal angle for the bars, because all there're all different head tube angles.

you'll be sorryLandsharkrider
Nov 17, 2001 8:26 PM
Let us know when you drop your bike and they shatter irreparably. It will be good for a hearty laugh (from us - not you!)

(believe me - I'm not immune to this. About four years ago I bought one of those Flight carbon fiber seats for $150. It looked soooooooooooooo sweet and actually was really comfortable since it flexed so much. Only problem came up when I used it in a race. Some numnuts stacked in front of me in a corner and I went down. When I got up, there was a hole in the middle of it. I thought about trying to glue it but the thought of sitting on CF splinters didn't fly. Had to throw it out)
give him a breakeasy
Nov 19, 2001 10:33 AM
dude already cut down a Colnago Flash or whatever fork too short for his head tube+stack height and stem- what to they say, D'oh!