Re: [CR]Cinetica


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Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2003 20:46:54 -0700
Subject: Re: [CR]Cinetica
From: Bainbridge <gotfleas@earthlink.net>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
In-Reply-To: <03d501c33162$8e48d640$010456d1@pavilion>


I can add a little on the beginnings of Cinetica. I did look at his initial product offering while most of it was in the prototype stage. I am pretty sure that was in the fall of '88. He had a folding floor pump which could be carried on the frame in a purpose built bag, a bar and stem and a few other small items, which unfortunately have leaked out of the memory banks. At this point in life, my hard drive needs some cleaning....I do remember him coming by with Denise de la Rosa who was paling around with Andrea in that era. Bob Freeman, if you are out there can you shed any more light on this? I had the impression that Andrea was in Seattle frequently during his start up.

Bryant Bainbridge Portland, Oregon
> From: "henox" <henox@icycle.net>
> Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2003 21:16:24 -0700
> To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
> Subject: [CR]Cinetica
>
> I've learned a lot of bicycle history from this list but have never seen
> anything about Cinetica.
>
> I know Cinetica was founded by Andrea Cinelli (Cino Cinelli's son) and I know
> Andrea was most interested in the art and style of his products.
>
> I have seen a few Cinetica products over the years (such as monocoque frames
> and unusual modular handlebar/stem combinations) but mostly at trade shows
> since Cinetica had poor distribution in the US.
>
> Can any of our list historians provide more specific details about the firm
> such as when founded, product lines, when production ceased, what Andrea is
> doing now, etc?

>

> TIA,

>

> Hugh Enox

> La Honda