Cinelli is one of a few companies that still embraces the bar-setting ride quality of chromoly. Its latest steel bike, the Nemo Tig Disc, has been refreshed with modern touches yet is still crafted from Columbus Spirit tubing.
A classy, integrated seat clamp is included Russell Eich / Immediate Media
Cinelli Nemo Tig Disc frameset details
- Columbus Spirit triple-butted chromoly tubes
- Made in Italy
- 1,800g frame
- 350g carbon fork
- Internal cable routing
- 28mm tire clearance
- Flat-mount disc brake
- English threaded bottom bracket
- 27.2mm seatpost
- Integrated seat clamp
- 12x142mm rear thru-axle
- 12x100mm front thru-axle
- Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
The fork and head tube are tapered 1.5in to 1 1/8in Russell Eich / Immediate Media
The very orange Nemo Tig Disc frameset receives some substantial updates for 2018. The one most likely to delight riders as well as mechanics everywhere is the return to a threaded bottom bracket.
Disc brakes with flat mounting are on board front and rear. As are thru-axles, with a 12x100mm leading the way and a 12x142mm keeping the rear end stiff.
While not a modern update, the return to a threaded bottom bracket will surely be welcomed by many Russell Eich / Immediate Media
The cables run internally, although only through the front triangle, with the rear disc brake hose sitting on top and the rear derailleur routed underneath the chainstays.
Up front, the internal routing for the front disc brake hose goes through the left fork leg.
And while not as modern, the real hallmark of the Nemo Tig is that the super oversize, triple-butted Columbus Spirit tubes are welded in Italy.
Cinelli Nemo Tig Disc frameset pricing
Frame and fork: £1,899 / $2,399 / AU$3,169
Availability is slated for Fall 2017.