Tommasini Sintesi by Mobius Cycle

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photos: Niki Hurley

You can always count on Niki at Mobius Cycle for building/resorting some of the finest vintage steel bicycles. Her attention to detail in not only restoring but also photographing these bicycles is borderline excessive; and that’s a good thing.  There’s nothing like giving new life to a bicycle and this Tommasini Sintesi is the perfect example of doing just that: a classic steel frame constructed of Columbus Neuron tubing and dressed in some 11 speed Campy Athena.

I just found out last week that I’ll be heading to Seattle in early June for a week, so hopefully I’ll be able to stop by the Mobius Cycle Studio. Get into the details of this beauty below and have a happy Tuesday.

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  • Louis

    Hi I would be interested to know what quill stem adaptor was used here? Thinking about doing something similar on my Tommy. email: welouisraymond@gmail.com

  • Lovely bike, stem is too short.

    • Judging by the height of the saddle, it’s’ ridden by someone who’s on the shorter side of this frame size…that, or they have long legs/short torso.

  • Frame size based on the HT may be a 56/57cm, just my size!