3 track angles; badged and no badge and "plain"(for Schwinn). And two oval logos; "Milano" and "Firenze". ciao, John T.Pergolizzi San Diego, Ca.
> Some of the steel Cinelli stems did not have the "Milano" logo on them, so
> there were at least three versions of steel Cinelli stem: badged, plain, and
> I'm aware of three drops: road, and two different track angles. Of course,
> there were adjustable ones as well, although they seem to be quite rare now....
> Greg Parker
> Ann Arbor, Michigan
> > Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 10:25:24 -0800 (PST)
> > From: Fred Rafael Rednor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> > Until all the recent discussions about Cinelli stems, I was
> > also under the impression that all their steel stems had
> > badges. OK - I now realize they didn't, which means that I
> > probably saw a fair number of them and didn't realize it.
> > So my question is this: did all their stems that lacked the
> > badges have markings stamped into them? Or were there also
> > steel Cinelli stems that (were) simply devoid of visible markings?
> > Cheers,
> > Fred Rednor - Arlington, Virginia