i think he's a player in the colnago organization.
he was several years ago, at least. i have it on good
faith from a former industry luminary, turned writer,
turned professor... (s)he got her pair -of colnagos - from
mr cinelli when he had a desk there.
no idea of the current status.
i gots several cinetica catalogs from 81 or so...
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Chester, CT 06412 USA
On Thu, 12 Jun 2003 21:16:24 -0700 "henox" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> 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
> 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?
> Hugh Enox
> La Honda