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Vintage Components - Cinelli 101 stem, 26.0mm bar diameter - None currently in stock

On this page: Cinelli 101 26.0 stems: None currently in stock

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We also have some stock of a hinged-clamp version of this stem, called the Oyster.

Famed component maker Cino Cinelli's brother Giotto had been making steel stems in Florence, Italy in the 1930s. The brothers moved the business to Milan after the Second World War.

Cino Cinelli began making alloy stems in 1963 (the 1A model) and it wasn't long before the Cinelli stem was the choice of serious athletes and connoisseurs. Different models came out over the years, including the 101 featured on this page.

Lance Armstrong won the Tour de France in 1999 riding the Cinelli 101 stem. Cinelli believes this is the last time in cycling history that a major race was won using a quill stem.

The 101 stem was made during the 1990s, in both silver and black.