Avid biker. I do a little of all of the disciplines including mountain biking, dirt jumping, bmxing, fixed gear and unicycling. Big fan of Danny Macaskill and Napoleon Dynamite.


2014 Trek Ticket DJ
2014 Giant STP
2013 Haro 500.1
2011 S-Works Shiv (track conversion)
2006 Toyota United Pro Cycling #110
1970 Atala Record Professional (track conversion)

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Philitup RichardCunningham's article
Oct 19, 2018 at 8:13
Oct 19, 2018
Ridden & Rated: 4 Trail Bikes Under $3,000
Interesting article. Could we get some similar ones in the dj/slopestyle and dh disciplines too? Model comparisons are fun to read.
Oct 14, 2018 at 18:37
Oct 14, 2018
Oct 14, 2018 at 18:18
Oct 14, 2018

Masi Coltello Fixed-Gear Shipped

$700 USD
Hi Pinkbike, Up for sale is my beloved Masi Coltello. Price INCLUDES shipping. Definitely has been a very fun bike, and seen several different build configurations while I've had it. Versatile frame that is both strong and lightweight. Frame size is 58cm (L). The frameset does have some nicks and scratches scattered around, but the paintjob is still glossy and gorgeous. No dents or cracks that I am aware of. Frameset is in excellent used condition. Fork is carbon with an aluminum steerer tube. The Coltello's rarely show up on the used market, especially in this size. For reference, SGV has these on sale for $679 right now: The front hub has disc mounts. I built a unique variation of this bike with a disc brake retrofitted to the front (photo included). For extra $$, I can include the following parts to re-create that. If interested, just ask... 1: Lynskey Endurance disc fork (carbon with alloy steerer tube). Perfect condition. Link: 2: Tribe drop bars. Like new. (With a 22.2mm brake lever clamp diameter, as opposed to the normal 23.8mm. This allows for the freedom to use a mtb brake setup. For reference, I mounted an Avid XO hydraulic brake with this setup, and it worked flawlessly.) 3: Disc The bike is being sold with the following specs: Frame: 2014 Masi Coltello. 58cm. (proprietary aero seatpost with titanium gold bolt that I added. FSA headset. Original carbon fork.) Crankset: Dura Ace 7800 172.5 Chainring: Stronglight CT2 49t Chain: Izumi 1/8" (Extra links included) Wheelset: Quando hubs, rims unknown. NOT Mavic Cosmic. 32 spokes. Hefty but very strong and excellent for hard street riding. I added the "Cosmic" decals to dress them up, and they are easily removable. Front hub has disc mount & bolts. Rear flip-flop hub. Fixie cog is 14t. The original freewheel has been removed, but I can include it. Tires: Michelin Lithion 2. Very low miles. Excellent condition. Stem: 80mm Spomann. 31.8mm clamp, alloy with carbon inlay. Carbon spacers and carbon top cap. All brand new. Bars: Temani carbon bullhorns. Matte finish, 400mm width, 31.8mm diameter. Brand new. Pedals: DMR V6 with Retrospec straps. Like new. Saddle: Giant Pm me with any questions or offers. Paypal only please. Price includes shipping within US mainland. Any further will involve extra shipping costs. Thanks for looking!

Oct 13, 2018 at 6:11
Oct 13, 2018
Philitup Philitup's photo
Oct 10, 2018 at 7:35
Oct 10, 2018
Haha... don't be fooled. I don't get to ride enough :lol: That being said, this thing is a beast to ride. Rolls faster than I'm comfortable going most of the time.

Oct 8, 2018 at 21:16
Oct 8, 2018
Oh wow... I am deeply honored, my man! Fab
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Oct 8, 2018 at 21:13
Oct 8, 2018
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Philitup Philitup's photo
Oct 8, 2018 at 21:00
Oct 8, 2018
Oh man... that is high praise! Thank you my man, as always. I'm very happy and stoked on how it has turned out! :D

Philitup Philitup's photo
Oct 8, 2018 at 20:59
Oct 8, 2018
@SEADEVIL: Totally understandable, my man. Yes this gear ratio absolutely flies, but it's also terrifying if you need to stop quickly. Even with a brake it's sketchy at that kind of speed. Also, that sounds like a super cool project with either frame! Keep me informed! :tup:

Philitup Philitup's photo
Oct 8, 2018 at 5:29
Oct 8, 2018
Close. 54 x 14. Kinda ended up with that ratio, but it turns out to be absolutely perfect for the wheel to be slammed into the frame with the chain snug. Hopefully I'll get some proper daylight photos of her soon, now that the fork is painted and everything is how I wanted it. Thanks man! :D

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