Last week we published two articles about the Tutto. We received so many questions and feedback to both articles that we decided to offer a few "answers" through a more detailed look at the evolution of this model from messenger “work bike” to truly hybrid fast commuter that can be continuously modified according to the needs of the rider.
Tutto means "everything" in Italian, and this explains the soul of the bicycle, which above all gives extreme versatility of use to those who buy it.
A bicycle that can be continuously modified according to the needs of the rider: it can quickly morph from messenger work bike complete with front rack, to crit race bike to single-speed cross machine, to indestructible commuter.
Obviously made with Columbus Cromor steel tubes.
Tutto has been constructed to be able to mount a rear derailleur and a modern road race wheel, put on a dropbar, and you end up with a fast commuter.
If you instead prefer to get around without having to constantly think about potholes and tram tracks, you can mount offroad tires and a riser and you have a bike ready to tackle all the obstacles that a city has to throw at you, finding new lines through singletracks in the parks that you could not think of before.
You can use it every day for city trips, and on weekends to get away from the city towards nature.
Cinelli Mash Work: the origin of the urban work bike evolution: sharp and fast track geometry (38mm rake) 35mm tyre clearance and removable cantilever brake studs.
Cinelli Tutto: the future of fast urban commuting: OG geometry, tyre clearance, and rear spacing. Front rack mounts, mtb-style segmented fork crown (45mm rake) and belt drive compatible.
Cinelli Tutto Plus: fine tuning a hybrid icon: ready-to-ride single speed build, double-butted Columbus tubes, 130mm rear spacing, rear derailleur hanger + all other OG features.