Schlagwort-Archive: Laser

Gierige Räder: Amy Danger


via Amy Danger flickr, Portland US

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Amy Danger’s bikes.

Mehr hier. Wow.


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47.500. Dollar.



Originally expected to go for $15,000 to 20,000 at a Sotheby’s auction, this prototype Cinelli Laser Nostra was sold for a whopping $47,500. There’s more to the story than just a hugely expensive bike however. First, the bike was ridden to victory in the 2011 Red Hook Crit by Neil Bezdek. As a borrowed bike from Antonio Columbo himself (the owner of Columbus tubing and Cinelli bikes), Neil hopped on the Laser and rode it to victory after finishing 2nd the past two races. Second, the bike was sold in a RED charity auction that was put on by U2 star Bono with proceeds going to the fight against AIDS.

Just what does a $47,500 bike look like? See it after the jump.


130305RD_cenalli_bike_048_dark key_revOriginally created as a prototype for the special Anniversary edition of the Laser, with 21 bicycles that were released in 2012. The beautiful Columbus Niobium steel frame was signed by Columbo himself and was paired with a carbon fork plastered with numerous Columbus tubing decals both new and old. The bike weighed in at 16.5 pounds (7.5kg) and can be seen racing to victory on Neil’s own bike mounted camera.

via Bike Rumor. Das verlinkte Milan Red Hook 2011 Video hat mich relativ lange gefesselt.

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Cinelli Laser Tandem


Auf Ebay Italien, für 19.000€. Schon verkauft, ging wohl schnell.

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Cinelli Laser MIa


The Cinelli Laser, the full carbon version, is now available as the „Laser Mia“.

The Laser, Cinelli icon, thanks to the work of the Laser Team is now a carbon jewel. All Made in Italy through a sophisticated wrapping technique of the carbon elements that are further processed, it is possible to build a custom frame of only 890g. All the elements identifying the Laser are maintained: the fin under the bottom bracket, the fittings of the joints and the passage of the rear wheel housed in the seat tube.

  • The cable routing is fully internal for both mechanical and electronic groups.
  • The rear aluminum CNC dropouts sandwich wrap the central carbon part fully integrated to the rear stays.
  • A proper anodized aluminum cap positioned under the fin of the bottom bracket allows easy access for routing the shift cables.
  • Head tube 1 „1/8 and BSA bottom bracket

For comparison here is a built-up Laser Mia compared to a 1980s steel Laser:

Cinelli website

via Italian Cycling Journal

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