Cinelli Nemo TIG Disc - Campy 12 Hydro - She’s arrived!!

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welchy
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by welchy

Brand: Cinelli XL Nemo TIG Disc 2019 Storm Grey

Frame 1900g
Fork: Columbus Extra Lite Custom 440g
Headset: Columbus Compass Carbon

Seatpost: FSA SLK 20MM Setback 222g (actual)
Seat: Selle Italia SLR Carbonio 132g (actual)
Stem: Deda 120MM 120g with Ti Bolts
Bar: Deda Superlegerra 420MM 190g (actual)

Cages: Arundel Mandible Double (54g)
Brakes: Campagnolo Record Hydro 12 SPD 463g
Front derailleur: Campagnolo Record and Record Hanger 81g + 34g
Rear derailleur: Campag Record 201g (actual)
Crankset: Campag Record 52/36 170MM 12 Spd 748g (actual)
Bottom Bracket: Campag Record 44g (actual)
Chainrings: 52/36
Chain: Campag Record 12 220g
Shifters: Campag Record
Cassette: Campag Record 11-32 266g
Wheels: Fulcrum Quattro DB 40 2019 1605g + 228g Rotors (Pair) 2513g with tyres and tubes (680g)
Inntertubes: Vittoria Latex
Tires: S Works Turbo Cotton Clincher 28MM
Pedals: Speedplay Zero Stainless 207g

Misc (cable housing and spacers): 100g

Seatpost still to be properly chosen along with stem.

So as for colourway, here is a teaser, very happy with the wheels and tan walls and the paint is beautiful. This is a very poor photo and excuse the shock of me taking the photo. But it gives a good idea of colours etc. Headtube looks massive!

I didn’t take a photo of the forks, to be fair I was so so happy with them I just wanted to crack on and build. But before I did I realised I don’t have the. Campy 12spd official tooling and want the groupo warrantied. So it’s gone off to my nearest and dearest Campy Tech to be built!
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Finishing kit
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by DJT21

Deserves a better seatpost.

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by welchy

Absolutely - I’m just fitting this post until my fit is dialled in and then I’ll get something high end so I can fit it and not worry about scratching it constantly through minor adjustments.
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Interesting to see if you can hit your target weight, the frame is extremely heavy.

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by dgasmd

Gorgeous bike but can’t get over the massive weight!!

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by welchy

Don't worry - the weight issue isn't something that has been lost on me! The only saving grace is my weight at 90KGs, the bike weight isn't going to be the limiting factor on any climbing here! Obviously with the addition of discs there in a considerable weight penalty to almost every part as most on WW know all too well.

I also am not one who has extolled the virtues of discs and the weight/if they are even needed for most. I have made this purchase for several reasons which I shall elaborate very briefly on so it makes sense to all:

-First baby on the way, wanted to future proof myself now from any big spends on the bike. The C60 was incredible, but couldn't help but think the drivetrain etc would need updating shortly and didn't fancy stumping up the cash for that. This has cost me only another 20% on the sale price of the C60 and should last me 5+ years minimum.

-I will be looking to do a lot of travelling overseas with the bike in the coming few years, although a good bike box would resolve this with carbon having steel gives me added piece of mind for less hassle.

-If I am honest, I just wanted something new and different than the norm. Won't be everybody's cuppa but I'm very excited!! Plus drivetrain can switch to another frameset if I really don't get on with this! :mrgreen:
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welchy wrote:Don't worry - the weight issue isn't something that has been lost on me! The only saving grace is my weight at 90KGs, the bike weight isn't going to be the limiting factor on any climbing here! Obviously with the addition of discs there in a considerable weight penalty to almost every part as most on WW know all too well.

I also am not one who has extolled the virtues of discs and the weight/if they are even needed for most. I have made this purchase for several reasons which I shall elaborate very briefly on so it makes sense to all:

-First baby on the way, wanted to future proof myself now from any big spends on the bike. The C60 was incredible, but couldn't help but think the drivetrain etc would need updating shortly and didn't fancy stumping up the cash for that. This has cost me only another 20% on the sale price of the C60 and should last me 5+ years minimum.

-I will be looking to do a lot of travelling overseas with the bike in the coming few years, although a good bike box would resolve this with carbon having steel gives me added piece of mind for less hassle.

-If I am honest, I just wanted something new and different than the norm. Won't be everybody's cuppa but I'm very excited!! Plus drivetrain can switch to another frameset if I really don't get on with this! :mrgreen:
Please do continue, I am taking notes on how to get my Titanium boat anchor from 9.3 kgs to 8 ish, although I did not weigh my frame before building it up, I don't think it was 1.9kg but my LBS owner and me did look at each other when he first hefted the frame out of the box.

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Cheers pal, well the parts just keep on rolling in:
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Update: Wheely happy with the tyre choice.. the frame should be arriving within the next few hours!
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by welchy

She’s arrived... gotta get it built, build photos to come!
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What rotors are that? These have 6-bolt connection and Fulcrum wheels do have center lock so you had to use an adapter?
And why not Campa rotors that come with the groupset?
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Roel W wrote:
Sat May 18, 2019 8:00 pm
What rotors are that? These have 6-bolt connection and Fulcrum wheels do have center lock so you had to use an adapter?
And why not Campa rotors that come with the groupset?
So the fulcrum wheels I bought came as standard with 6 bolt disc setup, unfortunately AFS/Spline centrelock wasnt an option as I bought them on eBay.

Therefore the only option is to go for a matching Magura disc to go with the Campy MT8 style Caliper. This leaves the same thickness disc.. so the discs are Magura HC SL rotors (if I remember correctly). This means the setup should be the same as the AFS rotors.
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Like the build~

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What are people thoughts on stripping weight next? I’m wanting a lightweight post around 150g mark and maybe Carbon/bar stem combo.

I was thinking about deda superlegerro bar stem, seems low weight. But I’d like to match the post and the superlegerro seatpost isn’t that light. Next option would be Fizik Cryano 00, Enve, Hope or Ritchey superlogic. Issue being non Italian and also price. The schmolke, Darimo and other super lightweight options are all way too expensive. The others you can get between £70-150 new or second hand but barely used.
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